Naked Trees on Scalded Earth ~ Yellowstone


This week I am posting twice from my stash of Yellowstone shots. 

I haven't had much time to get out and take photos over the last couple of weeks. 

I could blame it on the  rain, 
or the Halloween carnival, 
or an extreme three day marathon of little to no sleep-

 excuses, excuses. 
LOL

sharing with
Tuesday Muse
& Project 52, Week 44

33 comments:

  1. this is stark but beautiful, too.

    get some rest!

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  2. Interesting shots, I like the contrast of black and white.

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  3. No excuses necessary when you're posting photos like this. I LOVE Yellowstone.

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  4. I agree - no excuses needed - I have never seen Yellowstone so I enjoy it.

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  5. Sounds like pretty good excuses to me! Mine aren't nearly that good.

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  6. A gorgeous place I want to visit!

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  7. I always enjoy seeing photos of places I have not visited. Sounds like you need a rest! Take care.

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  8. What a stunning photo Terry! It's been almost 40 years since I was at Yellowstone, what a gorgeous reminder of it's beauty.

    Now get some rest!

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  9. Yellowstone is a great place to visit.

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  10. The shadows make interesting patterns in this shot.....

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  11. Going to Yellowstone is definitely on my bucket list. Thanks for sharing your trip with us. And no excuses....giggle!!

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  12. Yellowstone NP is awesome! Glad you have had a chance to see it:) Hope you get some sleep soon!
    Blessings,
    Aimee

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  13. Stark but interesting picture. Well done!

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  14. Wow - what a gorgeous shot! Although it looks so very dry...

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  15. HI Terri Although the land is parched the shot is wonderful. Love the contracts between the dark trees and the landscape.

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  16. Amazing photography, Terri! You have a great eye.

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  17. It is hopeful seeing the sprigs of green. Nature will survive. Wonderful shot.

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  18. even nature that has been scorched is beautiful. I really like this one a lot

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  19. I'm glad you shared this one Terri -- beautiful!

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  20. I really love the grays against the blue sky. Hauntingly beautiful.

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  21. LOVE your title it is fitting and this photo is amazingly beautiful. Hug B

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  22. I agree with Tex. Stark. Wonderful.

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  23. Such a barren landscape. The sky is still an amazing blue, though! Hope you can get some rest soon.

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  24. Great shot. Hope you get some sleep soon!

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  25. Love Yellowstone and you have captured the magnitude of the brut force of nature and the serenity

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  26. This is a beautiful -- but sad -- photo. Fortunately Mother Nature is very resilient.

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  27. Awesome landscape shot! Hi Terri, I just found a Historical place and well known for its history, heritage fort and places and gorgeous temples. I hope that you will know about it through my new post..
    Priceless Heritage of Orchha

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  28. While the burned areas are sad, the new growth - soon to come - will be beautiful.

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  29. Very sad , but mother nature has a way of restoring it to beauty once more. x

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  30. It has been twenty years now since I visited Yellowstone, staying in the park with a friend who was Civil Service employee working there. The beauty was incredible, and the geysers breathtaking, but the charred remains of many, many trees after a terribly bad fire was heartbreaking. It is something I will never forget.

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  31. Great capture. I'm glad you dug into the archives to share with us. Hope things calm down a bit.

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