5.23.2015

Intimate and Vast Montana


an intimate view
teeny tiny little kinnikinnick flowers
like fairy lanterns scattered amongst the forest floor


a vast Montana view


wild apple blossoms grace our trees


at their crowns
trees grow


some nights still freeze
bird bath water

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26 comments:

  1. Spectacular images. Very nice job.

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  2. Beautiful. love your vast Montana view.

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  3. what a stunning place you live in. your heart must soar every day.

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  4. Lovely details of natural beauty - fairy lanterns, buds on trees, gorgeous apple blossom and frozen patterns on the bird bath! The secret is to see these things, to capture them lovingly and show them here! Thank you!

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  5. Montana is one of the few places where you can fall in love with the field.

    Tomás.

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  6. We are all surrounded by intense beauty, no matter where we live, if only we pause to take notice. Yet, wild places do seem to offer us such magic. Thanks for sharing the magic of your world with us!

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  7. Love those. The new little pine tree ends are great.

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  8. ♥ Thanks for sharing the beauty of your world with us ♥

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  9. Terrific macro shots, and those mountains are calling out to me!

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  10. Wonderful images of the time we live in now !!

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  11. The little kinnikinnick flowers look like something out of a fairy tale! Don't you sort of expect a fairy to appear?!
    Your first signs of spring make me so happy!

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  12. It looks like spring has come to stay in MT. We have kinnikinnick, but I've never seen the blooms.

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  13. I had no idea Montana was so awesome.

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  14. Super beautiful...a feast of poems...nature is always so alive and poetic through your lens!
    Hugs..amazing

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  15. awesome montana!! i love to see it all...through your eyes & photos. beautiful!! always.

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  16. You live in such a beautiful place,Montana. It is always warm to see new small lives coming out. How our planet is big and different!

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  17. Phantastische Impressionen!

    Ein lieber Gruß
    von der Waldameise

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  18. Great photos here Tammie but also in your previous post!
    Wild-wild Montana must be such a fabulous place to discover!
    But what I enjoy most in your photography are the colourful stones under frozen water!
    I must have told you this before but your banner is absolutely superb!!
    Keep well and enjoy your week :)

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  19. Bonjour chère amie,

    Tu me fais découvrir à chaque fois des merveilles. Tes photos sont toujours magnifiques.
    Le printemps s'annonce très florissant.

    Gros bisous

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  20. Fabulous and gorgeous!

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  21. The photography is this blog is simply wonderful. You must have a very special skill. Have enjoyed seeing your images Thank you

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  22. Those kinnikinnuck flowers take my breath away. What a magnificent eye you have -- and camera, too. Every photo a treasure.

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  23. ...I love those little fairy lanterns--perfect description! :-)

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  24. Our kinnikinnick is blooming too, and I was on the forest floor photographing it today! Aren't they amazing little blooms? I love them. And, I've had two dogs, Angel K and Shyla, who love eating the berries later in the year. Very odd - I don't know any other dogs who like those berries.

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  25. Whenever I visit your blog, I think your mountain is a paradise in various respects. The second photo is the landscape I long for.

    Yoko

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  26. the tiny flowers in the first picture are ripe for doodling Tammie....and they are stunning.

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Warm greetings to you~

Thank you for visiting and also for sharing your thoughts and feelings. Seeing through your eyes and heart mean so much to me!

Tammie