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Lovely comment much appreciated, Sandy.
Dear Laz, Thought of you on a recent trip. Hope you are well and want to get back to reading your poetry.
Miss your posts, hope you start again.
Beautiful Monica, 🙂
Danke sehr, Gislinde
Wünsche ein schönes weekend Grüsse lieb Gislinde
Super schöne Bilder wünsche dir ein schönes Sonniges week-end liebe Gruss noch von mir Gislinde
Hello Bluebee, I’d love to see your notes whenever you get to it. People ask whether we camp in Yellowstone, but the campgrounds are either not open or buried in snow when we go. Besides, that hot shower and yummy dinner at Lake are a looked-for reward.
That’s true, Ian. There are open vistas and then the dense lodgepole forests – many of which were burned in the fire of ’88 and are now growing back.
What a wonderful place, Monica – the mountains are so majestic. Love that first shot and the Lake hotel looks like a wonderfully cosy respite from the icy cold outside.
PS – I haven’t forgotten the poetry notes – just been a rather crazy few weeks here, so will get around to it soon.
Beautiful Monica, great panoramics of Yellowstone
Must be potential for great pics at every turn and angle
Ian aka Emu
Thanks, Sandy. It’s true about Yellowstone – what a place! One of the shots that got away is of a long straight road descending out of Yellowstone. I thought about taking a picture called “Long, Slow Descent into Reality”, but by the time I thought of it, the road began to curve.
The sky you got to see was stunning, though. I love that first shot. I can’t imagine a place with that much wildlife right out in the open. What a place!