This moose calf pauses after a drink at one of the lakes in Glacier Park…
This time of year makes me miss this place so very much…
Grand Tetons National Park
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On our way up to East Glacier, we stopped at this waterfall. Normally, just a trickle it was roaring full bore due to the melting snow higher up.
There was enough water that there were two arms to the waterfall…
Below the falls in the moist soil were these beautiful white trilliums in full bloom…
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Sunset on Lake McDonald, January 20, 2014.
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…
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