Tuesday, August 28, 2012

More from Bear Trap

More Images from Bear Trap Meadow-Casper, Wyoming-Early July
And there's mum. I told her to stand and wait for the butterfly's to land to photograph.

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  1. Beautiful photos--love the butterflies!

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    1. they were so small and fast . And rare I hear.

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  2. So cute to see your mom out there. You got great photos. Looks like it was a beautiful day!

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  3. Obviously a treasured, rewarding trip! I love the shots with the grasses. Wyoming is so unique--and hard to describe to those who haven't seen it. Great photos!

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  4. Beautiful scenes, Greggo. You actually get the butterflies to stay still for you, too--what a great skill! Do you know what the grass is in the 4th photo? I'm in the middle of a love affair with grasses these days.

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    1. It looks like a Alopecurus- some variety of foxtail.

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  5. Lovely scenes, looks very peaceful. Great shots. LT

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    1. Yes it was a great place for photos and a picnic.

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  6. When people refer to Big Sky Country, there talking about your place.
    Great pics.

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  7. Gorgeous shots! The grasses and flowers are so pretty.

    Notice you visited in the summer....

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    1. My next post is about the time I spent at Cheyenne Botanical Gardens.

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  8. Love the understated appeal of native grasses. Nice images of grasses swaying in the wind. Are your photography skills getting better or have my appreciation skills just improved. Or both?

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    1. Thanks for the encouragement patrick.

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  9. Beautiful meadow. I've been to Wyoming several times and never had a day where the weather was nice enough to just lay in a meadow. These photos show exactly what I wanted. Someday.

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  10. I like the way your close up shots are blurred in the background, Donna of Garden walk Garden talk has just been giving information on how this is done. Very helpful to amateurs like myself.

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  11. Gorgeous images of a very serene place. Lovely! I love meadows such as these. They make me feel as if there is only nature everywhere.

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  12. Love seeing how interesting grasses are...thanks for noticing and then sharing.

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Thanks for leaving any comments, they are always welcomed. Sorry I had to add word verification as spam was becoming a huge problem. Greggo,