"Feral ~ from feminine of ferus wild: having escaped from domestication and become wild"...




Sunday

This past week while I was working I saw ~

 a lonely canoe waiting patiently in Silver City


 a Mountain Pine Beetle's leftovers


a silly stump that made me takes a second glance


a fuzzy plant I need to research (anyone know its name?)


a hungry dog trying to be patient


a papery paper wasp's nest


an important sign that reminded us to be mindful


a Birch leaf still green


a cut ponderosa pine log that decayed very weird


a river of golden Aspen


a breathtaking sunset


a breathtaking sunrise


another busy woodland spider


a red squirrel's leftovers


 a rock that reminded me of ice cream


a bronze birch leaf with a bed of green





and the forest through the trees.



Another good week is done, one left to do!





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10 comments:

  1. Lovely photos - I traveled through a sea of aspen last week in the Wasatch mountains in Utah - truly beautiful.

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  2. Such a gorgeous place you live and work in. I'm thinking the stump looks like one of those reclining ladies on mudflaps?! LOL

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  3. Pretty sure the unidentified fuzzy plant is Milkweed, going to seed :o)
    Fantastic photos, what a blessed week you had indeed! Thank you for sharing the photos with us.
    Blessings for your new week,
    Kelle

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  4. Very moving and beautiful photos! Thank you for sharing the beauty of the out of doors with us.

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  5. That dog cracks me up!! lol I hope he was rewarded for his patience!

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  6. Your week's are amazing. What great things you see doing a cool job. That weird stump looked like a horse that was down. Glad it was a stump. Great photos :)
    Amy

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  7. Thanks for stopping by and commenting on my blog. I enjoyed my visit here, you have some lovely photos; I love Montana, it's where I got my stallion, Beamer, although in Northern Montana. We live 6 miles north of the Idaho border.

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  8. oh, BE STILL MY HEART!!! how your photos have my heart yearnin' for the mountain country!!! love your blog - am just coming by from aint for city gals - and can't resist roamin' the woods with you! come on over to my places when you can - i've several - something for everyone - see you over at the campfires! i'm comin' home, mountain mama!!! ;)

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  9. I hardly know what to say. You're photos are stunning. I am so glad you document what you see the way you do and then let us all enjoy it all through your eyes. Thank you.

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