Stopping for sunset snow covered distant peaks glow fleeting views captured.
Less than a mile from home on the dirt road passing the meadow I encountered a traffic jam. Elk migration is fun to watch, even when you’ve seen them for many days in a row. As this stretch of road came into view, I could see dozens of elk crossing. I pulled over andContinue reading “Dirt Road Rush Hour – Elk Migration”
With apologies to John Hughes
Some views of the mountains, ice plant flowers, a petunia, a camera-shy seagull, and a mermaid statue at Buena Ventura.
This is a “throwback” from three years ago as it came up in my Facebook memories. There is beauty everywhere you look in Lucerne. But the magical moments as the sun sets reflecting on the water is otherworldly. Combined with the leafless trees and the purple gardens, this is a sunset I will always remember.
Quietest moment looking east in the morning sun kissing mountains
One of the joys of living in a national forest is finding wildlife right outside our home. Yesterday, this beautiful moose decided to give the truck a car wash and spend the night on the edge of our driveway. I woke up early, but she was gone.
it’s always a magical moment watching the full moon rise over the mountains in the eastern sky.
rainbow sherbet sky my eyes struggle to open effort rewarded