I've migrated North to Wyoming, there is no "town"- there is no address. It really is in the middle of nowhere, and I don't say that in a bad way, it's quiet, it's peaceful, it's beautiful.
Bottom line... it's amazing.
It's been awhile since I picked up my camera to shoot for "me"-
here's a couple of the images I created this week- just enjoying my passion!
We will continue to live in our horse trailer for another couple of weeks until the weather gets too cold! It's close- we had our first snow last night and it was 28 degrees, but we had it nice and cozy in there! And who can beat these views when you wake up in the morning?
These little rabbits live under our trailer right now, so every morning when we wake up, they are outside hopping around, munching on grass and playing. They are so tame you would think you could pet them, and they almost let you, but not quite...
A little trek up the mountain reveals some of the most beautiful scenery. The photos don't really do it justice. This is the Seminoe Reservoir.
The first snow is rolling in over House Gulch across the road! None of it stuck really, but it was a cold night for sure! Looks like it's going to be an early Winter!
One of my favorite spots on the ranch... the clouds were amazing the other day!
This one reminds me of a Dinosaur's backbone.....
She really is a ray of sunshine, such a lovely girl!
Our little herd, playing the some of the last warm days before the cold!
Another spectacular view from across the road. Dusk.
I hiked, I climbed, I waited.
And finally, he gave me what I wanted, a beautiful silhouette against the sky!
I feel like this could be a "Where's Waldo" image, can you see the 5 little deer? They were so cute and so curious!