The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Sunday, February 26, 2012

More From My World

I'm scanning pictures to my computer, so thought I would share.  These are from a year or so ago.  A black bear, he's turning over the rocks below the house looking for insects to eat.
A coyote, taken in Yellowstone in the winter.
A bison or buffalo as some call them, taken in Yellowstone.
A white tail buck deer behind the house.
A big horn ram climbing the rocks below the house.
A coyote in the winter in Yellowstone.
Two white tail bucks testing each other.
Is Sidney watching them or they watching her.
Paradise valley, taken from the road by the house.
Big horns, sweet baby.
It's Bailey, looking like a bat trying to sneek up on something.

10 comments:

  1. magnifiques photos ! Merci !

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  2. You live in such beautifully rugged country. It's nice that you share it with your beautiful photos.

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  3. Wow, Amazing animals. We only get kangaroos here but I guess you'd think they were amazing at your place!

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  4. Some really wonderful shots, love the kitties. I can just imagine mine, if they saw some of your wildlife, they would be running back in, lol.

    Debbie

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  5. That last photo cracked me up! You've all these photos of amazing wildlife and then your cat!! Looking as you say like some crazy bat or flying squirrel. Funny kitty.

    The animals are amazing but all the snow. I'm soooo ready for spring.

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  6. Thank you for sharing these pictures. I hope that we can come back to Yellowstone one day! It is one of the most beautiful place I've been. Actually it is the most beautiful place!

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  7. Thanks for these , I love all !!
    Kiss from France

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  8. Amazing pictures Nancy.
    Yellowstone is on my wish list of places to visit, now you are really tempting me!!
    Hugs, Angela.

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  9. Gorgeous pics. Thanks for sharing!
    Hugs ;)
    Lauren

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