These are all fabulous! I think the pictures are magnificent, but the two-word thought captures are even better. You must make this a feature.Kat
Thanks so much, Kat! I'm glad you enjoyed them. I was thinking of making this a bit of a feature, or at least a series. I'd like to do an urban walk to show off the ghastly local sheet metal architecture. I really liked the photo-walk you had on your blog a while back.
Wahoo. Love this.
A thousand words and then some!
Gorgeous, love!Shade and Sweetwater,K
Rach-yikes! them bear claws don't look like no baby! Lovely pics-thanks for sharing them. ~rick
Rachel, wow. Makes me want to wander your way...but with a big axe or something fierce to warn off those bears!
Great pics and captions!
I'd love to bring you all with me for a real-life hike, but for now at least you get this virtual one. Don't worry about the bears; there are lots here, but it's mainly humans who are a danger to bears, not the other way round. We make plenty of noise, stick together, and I carry bear spray when I think of it.
Thank you so much for sharing these! I love-love-love nature shots like these, especially the "moose meadow" and the "trapped sun" photos (extraordinary places that look 'preserved' since time immemorial). The "squirrel stash" made me chuckle. Teehee. (We don't have squirrels here.)
Enjoyed the virtual walk in your part of the woods. Great shots and well formed words. Have a great day.
Wonderful poetry, and beautiful pictures this time around, with wonderful captions.Glad you found the tree I marked for you. (Bear's got to make his mark in life; I just made mine.) Thank you also for reminding folks that we are actually pretty gentle creatures (unless you leave your garbage lying around).Bear hugs from not so far away.
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