7.05.2018

Into the Enchanted Forest


into the enchanted forest
where bears call home

(old and new claw marks):
 

deer do roam
 

 clear waters flow
 and 
flowers grow


hummingbirds build nests of spider webs and lichen


and 
moths nap on leaves


summer in Montana
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41 comments:

  1. Enchanted indeed. I'm sure there is a fairy or two living in that forest as well!

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    1. I imagine that you are right Jeanie!

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  2. It is an enchanted forest indeed. Aren’t they all?

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    1. Yes, they all are enchanted. ;-)

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  3. The deer shot is my favourite.

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    1. Thank you for enjoying the deer William.

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  4. I love love a summer forest!!!

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    1. I can understand why you do.

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  5. So magical! The bear marks bring shivers to my blood - that feral old language, like wild poetry; I wonder what it says.

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    1. Yes those bear marks are something to consider. I like your perception: that feral old language, like wild poetry.

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  6. Wow, what a great adventure you had. These photos are absolutely incredible... so clear and vivid, thanks for the share. Hope you have a great weekend, keep up the posts.
    World of Animals

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    1. Thank you so much for enjoying!

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  7. Fresh green heals the mind.

    Your works is Elegant.

    Thanks for always visiting.
    Greetings from Japan. ruma ❃

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    1. Thank you for your kind message Ruma.

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  8. Looks nice and lush up your way! Happy summer!

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    1. You are so right, so green and lush.

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  9. So beautiful and so much activity if one looks for them. Lovely photos!!

    -Soma

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    1. You are so right, the more you look the more you see.

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  10. You live in such a beautiful part of the world. It looks so unspoilt and pristine. It always surprises me that humming birds migrate up there. I always think of them as tropical residents!

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    1. I think deep sincere winters keep the world fresh and pristine.
      Yes, humming birds are a treat and they do leave in late summer.

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  11. Such lovely fresh, green shots which make me feel so beautifully cool in the heat!I bet the sound of that flowing water over the pebbles is just wonderful!

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    1. Yes, the sound of flowing water is quite enjoyable. I hope your heat wave has left you.

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  12. I used to go to Montana in the summer, I like very much this country.
    Have a good one, Tammie !

    Tomás

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    1. Yes, I remember you liking this area. There is much to like if you like open spaces and the wild world.

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  13. So green and peaceful. Did you stand in the river, I would have.

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    1. I did not stand in the river, it was a cool day, even rain earlier, gray the sun was hiding. But I have done so since ;-)

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  14. tu te promènes seule et en silence pour découvrir la 'bête' :))) beau!

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    1. Yes, often that is true. This time I was with a friend.

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  15. I can feel the peace! Lovely.

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  16. Dear Tammie - Enchanted in the lush green, the whole forest is magically alive. This post made me restore a peaceful, happy state of mind. I especially like the photo of a deer, which looks like from a fairy tale.

    Yoko

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  17. enchanted indeed! what lovely photos Tammie, I like the deer one most of all.

    Hope your summer is off to a great start and not too hot where you are.

    We are hoping for rain here on Vancouver Island, it's been VERY dry!!!

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  18. Tammie Lee, your photos always make my heart sing. I am able to comment today, but sometimes I can't, so I'll take advantage of it haha. The photo of the bear claw marks is amazing. If you ever see the hummingbird around the nests, please let me know. They are my beloved bird. Summer is lovely in Montana.

    ~Sheri

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  19. your summer in Montana is heavenly, such beautiful images, and beautiful words, my first visit here and I will certainly be back,

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  20. I love bear claw marks on aspens. They make me smile every time I see them!

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  21. Sorry, I seem to have missed this post...all very green.
    Scary looking claw marks! Hummingbird nest must reflect their own delicate beauty.
    Have a lovely day Tammie,
    Ruby

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  22. Such lovely poetry; in words and in images.

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  23. Gorgeous visual diary...I feel entranced by your magical words..and the beauty of nature and all creatures. aw, that sweet napping moth, sublime..claw marks, such fierce beauty...and the woods..always so stunning! Thanks you for taking me on a beautiful adventure!
    hugs

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  24. Catching up with you, Tammie. I think of you daily. That moth is a delicate gift.

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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