8.08.2015

Along a Mountain Road


find mystery


and 
majesty


dignity


and
beauty


far off views


and 
intimate glimpses
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Yes, the mamma of the baby grouse was near by!

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29 comments:

  1. So many miracles along that mountain road... just in a moment of your life!:))

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  2. Beautiful.... I love the smell of Parnassias

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    1. I can barely believe that i have never smelled it's scent. I must go find some to delight in. Thanks for letting me know!

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  3. Majestic countryside! We have grouse around here, of the spruce variety.

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  4. Very good shots, as ever.
    This morning has fallen a good shower in Bozeman, however they have not interrupted the parade they had scheduled " the sweet pea" very typical here. It's colder then I expected.



    Tomás.

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    1. wow Tomás, i looked up Bozeman's weather and it is over 20degrees cooler! That is a huge difference. It has been quite the hot summer up here.
      I guess the parade must go on! I hope your visit is being good to you.

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  5. absolutely breath taking.

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  6. Hello.

    Nature of MONTANA is very sublime.
    I know its location on a map. USA is expansive.

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  7. So lovely to go on this walk with you. I especially love those delicate wild flowers! So glad the baby grouse was with his mama!

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  8. une route pleine de surprises... beau !

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  9. I love that frilly flower. All of those are beautiful shots.

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  10. Beautiful captures again Tammie Lee! Love those little glimpses of your world ♥

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  11. All those words -- mystery, magic, dignity and beauty -- you capture so eloquently!

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  12. Wonderful shots of your natural world!

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  13. Lovely photos all around, lovely thoughts too--I just was snapping my own photos of the Fringed Grass of Parnasus on a hike last week. They're so lovely. My first sighting of the year.

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  14. Always beautiful - and the wee baby grouse - how marvelous! x

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  15. I will be in the US in a few weeks and much as I am looking forward to spending time in Los Angeles I doubt i will have views this glorious....

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  16. So many beautiful things to see in just one walk. Beauty all around us if we can take the time to open our eyes and look for it.

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  17. The little grouse looks very much like our last years baby peacocks , I thought that's what it was with all those markings. I love your wild and wonderful landscape. You are a such a pioneer.

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  18. Thanks for reminding us of the nice elements when walk on a mountain road. I like all the photos of your findings. I’ll try to find as many as possible when I walk in person.

    Yoko

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  19. Tammie, I don't know if I've ever seen the Fringed Parnassus in person - it's so delicate and lovely. I am seeing a lot of Harebell and also several different kinds of Gentians. When I see the Gentians, I get worried that snow will soon fall! I'm enjoying my mountain summer - 2 of the younger grands will come for a few days the end of this week. My other Grands started school today! Where has summer gone? Stay well.

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  20. Wonderful view and scenery.

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  21. Your photos never cease to amaze me - they're so beautiful and show what I like best - our wonderful nature.

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  22. Un paraíso...
    Adorable!

    Un abrazo amiga!

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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