Spring in Yellowstone

Couldn’t leave out Yellowstone!

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19 Responses to Spring in Yellowstone

  1. gita4elamats says:

    Thanks for sharing these beautiful sights, Monica.πŸ™‚

  2. The Emu says:

    Thanks for a great tour of Yellowstone Monica, well put together and a great insight into what makes Yellowstone.
    Ian/Emu

  3. penpusherpen says:

    Just sat here for ages, Monica, letting the slideshow run again and again, Beautiful nature, beautiful wildlife, taken by my beautiful/loving and sharing friend. I get tears in my eyes when I view such wonderful sights, so feeling/seeing and experiencing Yellowstone along with you. xPenx

  4. bluebee says:

    So beautiful, Monica. Is the Merganser with the fluffy hair-do the female? The landscape surrounding the falls is just magificent. Wonderful photos.

  5. Monica says:

    Yes, that’s the female with great hair. And the falls carve the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone –
    http://mms.nps.gov/yell/features/canyontour/index.htm
    I’m dizzy!

  6. lazfreedman says:

    Beautiful πŸ™‚

  7. andrea says:

    This is a funny gum Oracle.
    The saying is,
    What fun for you on Monday.
    The quote is:
    nothing ventured nothing can win
    Have a nice Woche.Herzlichst Andrea
    http://andreasch45.WordPress.com/2013/02/26/kaugummiorakel/

  8. segmation says:

    Hi Monica, where is your blog on Summer in Yellowstone? http://www.segmation.wordpress.com

    • Monica says:

      Hi, Beth – that’s a good question! We go every year in late May-early June and again in late September-early October. Sometimes in winter, too. Next year we may backpack and will have to do that in summer. So I’ll take pictures. Yellowstone is beautiful any time of year, but there are lots more people there in summer.

  9. jasmindamaro says:

    eine sehr lehrreiche seite sehr gut
    alles liebe gruesse an dich aus belgien jasmin damaro

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