I’m out in the Everglades this week, and can’t wait to bring some of it back to you. For this week I’m continuing the “In Two Views” series from Yellowstone. It includes the night sky, coyotes, black sand, moose, high alpine meadows, and sunsets.
Two views of the night skyTwo views of coyote pups Two views of Black Sand BasinTwo views of mooseTwo views of a high alpine scene along the Beartooth HighwayTwo views of sunset at Gibbon Meadows
It’s beautiful that you can still see the stars with a foggy evening sky…and I love the alpine shots…so inviting!
Thanks, as always, Mrs.P!
It’s so beautiful. It’s almost like I can touch the scenery and smell the different smells. Wonderful my friend. XOXO – Bacon
The smells are delightful, almost as much as eggs and ba. Um, forget that.
Snorts with piggy laughter. What? Didn’t hear a thing my friend. XOXO – Bacon
I want to walk into those moody images at the end of the post and sit down for a spell. So lovely!
Appreciate that Melinda, I liked it so much I decided to spend an entire season there…
oh wow! 🙂 I am glad there will be more images from there!
Stunning images (as always).
Black Sand Basin looks such an interesting location for photography. Is that low cloud cover or steam?
Black Sand Basin was fortunately the closest one to my house. It’s low lying fog and steam.
All wonderful, of course, but I’m especially enamored with the colors of the individual stars!
love your eye for detail…
Beautiful as always Russ!