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After the snowmelt

Looking west while heading towards Sepulcher Mountain Trail in Yellowstone NP. The snow has melted from down low and spring storms are heading in from the west to help green up the grasses. Things are falling into place.

Leaving Glacier

We spent one more day at Glacier and then decided to cut it short. Anthony was too cold and it was raining every night.

We headed down to Shelby, my old stomping grounds, drove by my old house and my old apartment, and visited a few friends. 639 more words


Winter Geothermal Medley by RonCoscorrosa

Note: This photograph is best viewed with your eyes. Also, with a calibrated monitor (and even then, sRGB does the blues no favors – trust me, it looks better in a larger colorspace). 64 more words



On May 10th, I got on an airplane and flew to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where I began a 9 day journey that I thought would be my English 400 class, but turned out to be an unexpected beautiful adventure. 1,220 more words

Me Pretending To Be Inspirational

Beauty expressed for a different mind

Some cannot see the beauty
In a burned-out forest
So I find it for her 148 more words


Bison and Old Faithful

I’m introducing Yellowstone this week, where I’m working as a park ranger for the season. There’ll be plenty of Yellowstone to come. In my first couple of weeks I’ve seen a grizzly bear and a black wolf. 142 more words