Beautiful Cottonwood trees by the Marias River, MT….
A fading Zinnia…
The temperatures have dropped and we have had a few killing freezes already in northwest Montana. A few flowers are still doing well though….
Most of the leaves here are still green but some of the shrubs are starting to change….
Sunday we took a little drive to pick up some lambs. It was a perfect fall day! The colors were vivid and bright. (Which made me want to stop at every corner and take pictures! We were on mission though with time restraints, so we just drove!) On the way home though, the sun was starting to set on the lake and my husband made several stops so I could snap some pictures. Love that guy! One of the stops held an extra special bonus! I jumped out of the pickup and walked down a little trail to get to the shore and I could hear water running so I went a bit further up the shore to find this beautiful sight! The end of a little stream pouring into Flathead lake and some wonderful fall colors…
These visitor’s didn’t stick around long the other day as I was checking out the ewes…
These visitors decided to hang out for a couple of days, over the weekend when we sheared sheep! It was very neat to listen to these Bald Eagles talk to each other…
and watch them as they flew around…
Bald Eagles flying…
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