Tag: #YellowstoneNationalPark

CEE’S BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE – Things on Picnic Table or in a Park

The feature image is the best veggie sandwich on the planet. Fresh Italian bread, cream cheese (instead of mayo), cucumbers, spring mix lettuce, carrots, cherry tomatoes and avocado. Add a little salt and pepper and viola! YUM YUM! We had a picnic after birding all morning at Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge in Folkston, Georgia.

CEE’S BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE – Pairs

The feature image is a pair of Great Black-backed Gulls at Little Talbot Island State Park. You can’t tell in this photo but one of the differences in the Lesser and Great Black-backed Gulls is the Great has pink legs whereas the Lesser has yellowish colored legs. The Lesser is smaller, but unless they are together, it is hard to distinguish without looking at the legs.

Sunday Stills – Favorite Landscape – 01.31.21

Colter Bay in Grand Teton National Park

SQUARES – My Support

Frank has my back and is my main support! This was a selfie taken in September, 2019 while visiting Yellowstone National Park at the Continental Divide. Elevation 7988 feet. It is great spending time with him out in nature!

SQUARES – Petrified Tree

Looking UP at the famous Petrified Tree at Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming.

CEE’S BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE – Patterns In Nature

The feature image was taken at Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone National Park. Female elk were climbing the formations in search for heat from the thermals. Hot water was falling from the top.

SQUARES – Kinda Turbulent – Gibbon Falls

While visiting Yellowstone National Park last September, we stopped at Gibbon Falls to listen to the rush of the water.

Living in the Moment – West Side of Yellowstone

So, here is the continuation of our “Living in the Moment” series from last September. All the “Living in the Moment” posts are at the bottom of this post if you want to catch up.

CEE’S BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE – Horns

Pronghorn Sheep in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

If you have only recently started following my blog, I invite you to read “Living in the Moment – Old Yellowstone Trail” post dated 2/22/20. There is a color version of the Pronghorns in that post, plus a few other interesting facts about an iconic “not so traveled” road.

Lower Brink – Grand Canyon of Yellowstone

Yellowstone River at the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone.

here were plenty of spots for social distancing, however, some of the must-see places were screaming with tourists (just like us). We did find some out of the mainstream places to find serenity.

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