Snow was lightly coming down as we were hiking the trail to Squaretop Mountain in Wyoming. If you’ve never seen it in person, Squaretop Mountain and the surrounding peaks have a similar visual impact as the Yosemite Valley in California… maybe not quite as dramatic and grandeur, but still breathtaking in its beauty. We didn’t walk much further on this day, but hope to return and explore much more in the future.
I don’t have many photos of my sister, but this one continues to be my favorite.
Just picture perfect…
I’m impressed with how well this 28-year-old film has held up; the results are almost as if I had used fresh film.
Anytime we pass by the Norris Geyser Basin, we always stop — even if it’s just for a brief visit.
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Taken in southern Illinois during a trip to visit family.
Walking along the beach after the touron season has ended is always so much more satisfying… no crowds, no noise, no distractions, no intrusions, no… anything. Just empty.
The wind is uninterrupted and blows sheets of fine sand across the surface of the beach. There is a certain bite to the air, both from the temperature and the light sandblasting. Ghost crabs scurry ahead of our passage and the occasional bird wheels above us to see if we offer a treat, while the dune grasses sway and bow as the weather fronts storm through.