6.30.2016

Glimpses of Summer


drove to the top of Logan Pass
looked east to the majestic mountains
 

waters are dancing down the mountains


huckleberries have begun to ripen


creek water is mesmerizing


seems like billions of flowers
on one stalk of beargrass


tiny flowers are enchanting


walking deep in the forest
where no trail exisits
i found to Orange-capped boletes bathing in the sun

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Summer is certainly here!

35 comments:

  1. I enjoy watching this and I am glad you are enjoying everyone also !
    Have a good one, Tammie.

    Tomás.

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  2. Such beauty. And I just love the vertical path that the mountains have made for the waters. And the beargrass is magical. And all of it is beautiful. So, so beautiful.

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  3. Beautiful shots. What a breathtaking landscape.

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  4. I love your glimpses into these special "treasures"
    in a very beautiful corner of the world.
    Just beautiful.

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  5. beautiful images. the creek water looks like the skin of a mysterious creature.

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    1. fun to consider this creature.

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  6. those first two images and the water are so beautiful and inviting. you've had a nice summer day... hope all is well. have a great night~

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  7. I love how you appreciate all the beauty that surrounds you! :)

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  8. Beautiful pictures - I enjoy it.
    Happy weekend
    Hug Crissi

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  9. Hello,Tammie,
    Beautiful photos. You made me miss water fall in my area. You have a good summer.

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  10. Wonderful glimpses of your summer.

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  11. We are doing an art show in Kalispell July 15-17, then a trip to Glacier. We haven't been since our honeymoon in 2007, and it will be nice to see it again.

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    1. Maybe i will be able to stop by and meet you. Good travels to you!

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  12. Thanks for sharing the beauty of your summer. Each shot is magical on it's own and tells the story of your wondering .

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  13. Sure is pretty now up your way! Beautiful photos!

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  14. Dear Tammie - Lovely glimpse into your summer treasures. The first image is the landscape where I’d like to be immersed for a while. Like you, I’m mesmerized by the reflections of light on the creek water, which shows how crystal clear the water is. I’d be so happy to see that blue little flower in person. I think there are some similarities in this post and my latest one, the colors (blue, white, green), reflections, and feels.

    Yoko

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    1. Yes, that landscape is one people come from all over the world to see and walk in!
      I agree, i get mesmerized by the water too. That flower is quite tiny, i nearly missed seeing it and could not see all these details with my eyes. Lovely summer to you.

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  15. Water cascading over rocks looks almost man made - but more beautiful. I love the image of patterns on creek water,I think it would be amazing enlarged to room size!

    Thank you Tammie,
    Happy weekend,
    Ruby

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  16. Such wonderful views... and your beautiful photos show even the tiniest details splendidly as well.
    Enjoy the summer!

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  17. Such wonderful views... and your beautiful photos show even the tiniest details splendidly as well.
    Enjoy the summer!

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  18. I enjoyed seeing your scenes of summer, Tammie. I read on-line that a mountain biker was killed by a grizzly near Glacier, and I thought of you, roaming alone. Hope you don't meet a bear in the Huckleberries! Stay safe.

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    1. Thank you Barb. I did have eye contact with a bear yesterday on our road. I was walking home and there it was, not close, but not far. I started walking backwards in a straight line hoping it could not tell i was moving. Then it turned and walked into the woods. I imagined it thinking: what is that in the road? Regardless, i asked a neighbor to give me a ride home. Didn’t feel like walking by that spot, not knowing if it moved on or was resting in the shade. Saw another bear later that evening, but from my car. It is another big bear year in my neighborhood.

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  19. Thank you all for your lovely messages and visits! Lovely weekend to you all!

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  20. Fantastic images, I love them Tammie.

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  21. Beautiful. It's one of my favorite places. We haven't done Going to the Sun yet this summer but are heading next week with my MIL. We were over in Two Medicine last weekend and had a herd of bighorn sheep walk right up to our picnic and hang out with us for close to 20 minutes. My toddler was fascinated. I blogged about it the other day.

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  22. Oh, Tammie...these photos are SO lovely. Each and every one exquisite and they all fill my eyes.

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  23. Great photos, Tammie. Did you pick any huckleberries? I thought of you and another friend in Montana when I read of the bear attack, too. Take care.

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  24. Oh, it's so wonderful to see your glorious photos of one of my favorite spots on earth! Thank you so much, Tammie; they made me smile and cry at the same time.

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  25. Love your beautiful images Tammie .....

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  26. Summertime is mountaintime :-)
    Pictures nicely put together along with your writing, as always!
    Have a lovely summer up in the mountain :-)
    Greetings from Norway.
    Rune

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  27. Your photos are such a feast for the eyes! First time I see huckleberries! Looks so good :)

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  28. smile...beauteous...smile...beauteous...smile...beauteous! You live in the best place!!

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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