Several female elk were chilling in a meadow along a hiking trail at Yellowstone Park. While making sure to keep my minimum 25 yards distance, I noticed that they seemed largely nonchalant about my presence, but yet still watchful. That’s when I noticed two small baby elk tucked down in the tall grass on the […]
I have only been to Yellowstone Park twice, and the last time was about seven years ago. It is an absolutely magical place, especially this year after all of the rain. The meadows are lush, the wildflowers are in bloom, and all of the animals are happy.
All of the rain we’ve received here in the Midwest this summer has resulted in the most lush, green meadows full of wildflowers. This calf standing in a field near Manhattan, Kansas was awfully cute! On Today’s Date in the Past: One Thing, Three Ways: Scenes from a Tide Pool Jellies
With two times more cows than people, it is easy to find a pasture full of cows in Kansas, whether you speed through the state on I-70 or take the more scenic backroads. On Today’s Date in the Past: One Thing, Three Ways: Pink Tulip Sure, I’ll Take Two! Turtle in a Cobra Pose Fountains […]
Now that I’m finally through my photos from our trip to San Francisco last August, I’m tackling a folder of random shots I took last Fall including this one of a young calf that I took while traveling the smaller highways about an hour east of Kansas City. On Today’s Date in the Past: Wordless […]
I take a ridiculous number of photos of cows. On my site I have snapped and shared photos of French cows, Dutch cows, and cows around the US. I have snapped and shared photos of cows in the spring and photos of cows in the fall. So no trip to Ellis County, the heart of […]
As a friend recently asked, “What is it about December that brings out the ‘year in review recaps’ and ‘predictions’ in all of us?” I don’t know the answer, but I do feel myself being sucked in. Because the “A to Z” series I incorporated into my 365+1 photo blogging project has been so well received, I thought I’d […]