Sights and Sounds of Yellowstone in Late Spring/Western Meadowlark

Western meadowlark

Western meadowlark

 

Western Meadowlark, Yellowstone, May 2014
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8 Responses to Sights and Sounds of Yellowstone in Late Spring/Western Meadowlark

  1. Gray Dawster says:

    This is a lovely posting Monica,
    I hope that you have had a nice
    week and are looking forward
    to a delightful weekend too my
    sweet and dear friend🙂

    Andro xxxx

    • Monica says:

      Hello dear Andro, Thank you so much for visiting! I have been away from WP for a while and am happy to be back among friends. Looking forward to calling on you.

      • Gray Dawster says:

        You are always welcome in my Space Monica, I too am still not fully back into my WP, I think taking time out is a good idea as things become rather samey and that’s when it is time to take a break. I mean the samey is not about what everyone is posting, it is a feeling of one’s own, and that means that a break makes perfect sense so that once returned the excitement of blogging or reading blogs becomes a fun experience again🙂

        Have a lovely Thursday my dear friend😉

        Andro xxxx

      • Monica says:

        I know you are right, Andro. Blogging takes time and thought, and life gets in the way sometimes. Like all friendships, they can wax and wane. I’m glad we’re both in the waxing stage now!

  2. beeblu says:

    I closed my eyes and listened. Pure magic. I honestly believe that if more humans got out into the wilderness, there would be fewer problems in the world. A whole year of the high-school curriculum dedicated to such things would be a good start.

  3. The Emu says:

    Great pics Monica, you captured the little bird beautifully on that branch.
    It makes you imagine his voice singing into the winds.
    Beautiful panoramic background.
    Emu aka Ian

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