Gorgeous!!We had a strong storm last night that took down a lot of foliage. I'm sure this area no longer looks like this photo(or the earlier photos). Many thanks to members commenting on my earlier posts (Jim, Paul, Nick, Bill, Eric, Ron and Klaus). I appreciate your comments although I am often lax in responding.
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I'm pretty sure they were so named for all the Mule Deer (also known as Black-Tailed Deer) that historically used the area. But was wrong about the origin of the name Gros Ventre, earlier!That's a really nice pic of what looks like an amazing area to visit Terri. Would you know why it's called "Blacktail Ponds"?
Jim, that is a as bucolic a scene as there ever was! Worth being framed, shared or otherwise celebrated!
Thanks, Nick and Terri. This spot is down in a valley between two mountains, so sunrise, which would be behind where I stood, is late and sunset would be early. I think sunrise would work better.That is pretty. Would it be a nice sunrise or sunset scene? The flowers add so much.