POTD: Bare Tree #46

Bare Tree #46
Beartooth Plateau, Wyoming
2020

This is another shot of the same hunk of wood as featured in the last two POTDs. It’ more of a stretch to imagine a face in this one (although it does give off a bit of a  big-eyed alien vibe if you stare at it long enough). But it does illustrate the benefits of looking at a photographic subject from a variety of angles.

POTD: Don’t Look at Me Like That #2 (Bare Tree #45)

Don’t Look at Me Like That #2 (Bare Tree #45)
Beartooth Plateau, Wyoming
2020

This is another photo of the same hunk of wood from yesterday, only taken from a different angle. If you didn’t see a face in yesterday’s photo, there’s definitely one in this shot. I see an old woman with long, flowing gray hair looking slightly down and to her right. Or maybe it’s an owl:

POTD: Alone Among Friends

Alone Among Friends
Beartooth Plateau, Wyoming
2020

We’re back from camping for a few days without cell service, which is why the POTD email notices for the last three days came all at once Thursday afternoon. We thought we had lots of wildflowers on our property but up on the Beartooth Plateau they are so thick everywhere that you feel like a flower abuser just walking around. You can’t avoid stepping on them.

POTD: Not the Scariest Part

Not the Scariest Part
Bozeman, Montana
2020

Unknown to me until I found this skull, skunks have some impressively mean looking teeth. However, their sharp teeth aren’t the thing I’d worry about most in an encounter with one!

POTD: Found Things

Found Things
Bozeman, Montana
2020

I could do a whole portfolio of images of the various things we’ve found on our property that are slowly taking over all the space on our windowsills. I found these two items on a short walk just the other day. I know for sure the skull is from a skunk. I assume the feather is from a hawk, or possibly an owl I suppose as we have both in the area.

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