It’s a beautiful Spring day here in Northeast Wyoming. My mom and I went for a walk up the mountain a bit, we live just about a mile away from the entrance to the Black Hills National Forest. I will take this walk again with my camera, there are so many interesting features I wish to capture. I only had my phone, and this branch really caught my eye because I knew I could play with the photo once it was on my computer. This is what I ended up with….
Today’s subject of landscape is right up my alley! Living with a 700 acre ranch surrounding me, I’m really lucky that I have these beautiful vistas to enjoy every day.
This first shots is one of my favorite views, it’s beautiful throughout the year, the winter particularly. In spite of the snow melt and the warming temps, our resident bald eagle is still hanging out in it’s tree (I put a closer shot of the eagle at the bottom of the post for you!)
When I head down the mountain for a run, I love seeing how this particular area looks different in the seasons as well.
Just for fun – here’s the Bald Eagle: