7.21.2014

Red Meadow Lake


the rain was falling when we arrived
clearing a patch of blue sky
after many smoke filled days


a treasure found
tiny flowers at the base of an old stump


bee-ware


love the rare finds


something about mountain mist
that inspires awe


Indian paintbrush comes in many hues


clouds part
revealing light and shadows
to our delight
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21 comments:

  1. gorgeous, wish i could have been there too.

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  2. I loved all the pictures,very well captured :)

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  3. Such lovely scenes of green and reflections and mist and I love the Indian paintbrush which comes in such a delicate shade of pink!

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  4. I have a doubt , I do not know which of the seven pictures I love more. The first is mystical as could not be more, so I am inclined for it.

    Tomás.

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  5. I've never seen that tiny pink wildflower. We rarely get the mountain mists - lovely to see. It looks like a wonderful secluded spot - my favorite. The moose came to visit this AM - I said Hi.

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  6. What a beautiful spot. It looks idyllic.

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  7. Stunning pictures of a stunning place, I can just imagine the clear and peaceful sounds, the feel of delicacy in the weather ... Thank you for taking me there for one wonderful moment.

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  8. You live in such a breathtaking place.. I love the photos, thank you so much for sharing
    fondly,
    Penny

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  9. Gorgeous and magical..always a mesmerizing journey..thank you! My most favorite was the mountain mist of course....wowness!!

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  10. oh wow, tammie, *everything* in this post! great great spirit helpers... but pink indian paintbrush?! i've never seen it! thank you!

    xoxo

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  11. Beautiful photos. That mountainside above the lake is just awesome!

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  12. What a beautiful place that is, just looking at your photos I breathe deeply... :-)

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  13. Fabulous scenes Tammie.
    I remember seeing a Bald Faced Hornet's nest in Alberta. Looked a little like your bee's nest, but not as round.
    When you say 'Smoke filled days' I'm guessing it's forest fire season. That's one of the annual downers in paradise. It was only while visiting Alberta I got to understand the huge scale on which these occur.Amazing occurrences.

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  14. Gorgeous photos, TL.

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  15. Gosh, Tammie Gorgeous images. Here and throughout your breathtakingly beautiful blog. Carol

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  16. Red meadow lake is amazingly green and SO beautiful! Those flowers are incredible - thanks for a glimpse of indian paintbrush, one of my favorites. The others are very exotic; I have no idea what they are.

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  17. Wow, welch fantastische wunderschöne Landschaftsaufnahmen. Schön, mal wieder hier zu sein.

    Liebe Grüße
    von der Waldameise

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  18. sigh.....so very beautiful...

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  19. Schöne Bilder von der Landschaft mit dem Wald und den Bergen.

    Gruß
    Noke

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  20. Hi Tammie!
    Green hillside magic in the first one, a really crisp and alive image!
    If I ever go to America once again I will visit Montana for sure :-)
    Rune

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Tammie