On this blogger site one can click on all pictures except for the header two times each time making them larger which is a feature I like because it gives you the ability to really look very close at all kinds of things not readily seen.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Pictures From Today 5/23

Out in the middle of nowhere. That is the east fork of the Williams Fork river on the county lines of Routt and Moffat.
There was no way to see a date and has been here a long time.
This is at the Pagoda cemetery just down the road. There are several other pictures here. ( a couple pictures are missing and don't know why but leaving the link up anyway) Not a bad place to be interned at all.
This is yours by the way.
So is this.
Not this but it's on the boundary of the BLM andYampa River bottom in Moffat county.
This cemetery is in Craig. Had not been here before.

There will be more of pictures like this that will be much better. They are from where I grew up and you can check it out here. It's actually worth watching because at times they are not too kind about religion. It's a place for some very interesting pictures although many have a religious theme.
Same place. Note the power plant. This is coal and gas country more so than oil but there is that too.
This is another plant in Hayden less than twenty miles east.
More Yampa river bottom just east of Hayden.
Now don't be afraid. Not a good picture at all and most of the above are nothing special that is for sure. It was bland outside without much sun.
Just look at the size of this a thing. You just never know what you're going to run across.
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6 comments:

  1. Such a pretty area - enjoyed the photos of the cemetary but really like the snake.

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  2. Thanks Leslie! There's not much out there but it's the West and yes he was a big boy for sure.

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  3. Beautiful images of those wide open spaces with the clouds and mountains in the distance. I had a bull snake resting under my threshold one day in SF. Scared the heck out of me. It wasn't as big as this big boy, but big enough.

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  4. I'm glad you like these Teresa. You just never know what you might run across. My 8-10 miler on Saturday here produced no animal life except for some birds ants and black beetles. The last rattlesnake I saw was a few feet from here a couple years ago. One thing there's plenty of is spiders. Sheez!

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  5. That is one big snake. Looks like that snake didn't want any part of you. Nice pictures. You do quite well with the camera.

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    1. There was a dead bull snake on the road - the first I've seen here this year.

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