Yellowstone in Winter 2010


Wild and unknowable
balm to the spirit
always surprising
always the same
place of beauty and peace
beloved friend, Yellowstone.

Be back soon.


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18 Responses to Yellowstone in Winter 2010

  1. penpusherpen says:

    So beloved, of you and countless others Monica…It must be a very, very special place.
    I’ve watched a few programmes on TV following the animals progress on their journeys throughout the seasons.. Wonderful, beautiful and makes the heart lift to see animals living wild as they were meant to.
    Your words pay a fitting tribute, my friend…xPenx

    • penpusherpen says:

      thank you for your wonderful comments, Monica, and hope you had lovely restful break, a re-charge of the batteries I hope., and full of photo’s to share maybe?
      I know, cheeky or what? 😉 take care and catch up soon…xPenx

      • Monica says:

        Hi Pen, Thanks so much for your welcome back! It was wonderful. Catching up will be fun, too, but will take some time! Love your cheeky wink! Best – Monica

  2. sandy says:

    It is good to see animals living naturally. I have never been to Yellowstone, but maybe someday. Your photos are very good.

  3. Artswebshow says:

    Great pics and a beautiful poem.
    I hear that yellowstone is a pretty fantastic place to visit

  4. kenny2dogs says:

    Dear Monica.
    Indeed, Yellowstone is a most exquisite example of outstanding Natural beauty. It has evolved on a super volcano, that could “if erupting” wipe out the whole of N/America and would bring the human race to the very point of extinction.
    Something similar to what happened to the Bison during the early history of the white settlers in America.
    The Yellowstone Bison are facing the same fate unless they can be stopped from migrating into Montana. The cattle barons there are slaughtering hundreds of bison a year. Because they fear their herds will be contaminated with Brucellosis !
    But let us not dwell upon the dark side of this natural wonder and see it for what it truly is. A most remarkable place with a quality that can take a persons breath away.

    Indeed a beloved friend.

    • Monica says:

      Dear Kenny, You have your finger on the political pulse of the area. I am impressed. As for the caldera, I look at it this way. If it blows, it will take care of global warming – at least for a while. Are your daffodils blooming yet? Very best — Monica

      • kenny2dogs says:

        Dear Monica.
        The shoots on my daf’s are about 20cm tall just showing a little yellow bud. I am so looking forward to seeing them in bloom. To feel the warmth of the sun on my face and the wriggling of a very large Cod on the end of my line !!! 🙂

  5. lazfreedman says:

    Beautiful Monica!
    Love the Poem and Photo’s …never have been there, maybe one day 🙂
    Peace to you,

  6. andro51 says:

    This is a lovely blog Monica and the photographs are so wonderfully chosen, I always like to see blogs with pictures as it enhances the whole idea, and this one is perfection… There are some beautiful animals and these here are amongst them… Thank you for posting this one Monica it is a treat for anyone that reads and of course, all that views it… Be well now

    Androgoth XXx

  7. Enjoy your posts and this one is no exception , your words and pics paint a world that is hard to realize here in Australia,s diverse climates

  8. Scent of my heart says:

    What a lovely post. The pictures are stunning! The words sweet!

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