Montana Outdoors

July 1, 2010

An evening’s walk

Filed under: Wildflowers — Tags: , , , — montucky @ 10:59 pm

Sometimes on an evening’s walk in the forest there are many special things to see and other times there are few. Tonight, these were enough.

HarebellsAs the last rays of today’s sun touched the forest, Mother Nature seemed to tell me this scene was important to Her.

Brown-eyed SusanBrown-eyed Susan, Gaillardia aristata

10 Comments »

  1. As day turns to night is the most magical time. The last kiss of light in the forest is wonderful, Terry.

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    Comment by Scott Thomas Photography — July 2, 2010 @ 9:08 am

    • I also loved the late evening in Arizona when the long shadows spread across the desert.

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      Comment by montucky — July 2, 2010 @ 3:09 pm

  2. Looks mystical…do you bring a BIG flashlight for when it gets dark?

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    Comment by Bo Mackison — July 2, 2010 @ 9:32 am

    • It’s my favorite time of day in the forests because of the light conditions and because that’s when the wildlife starts to stir for the night. I do carry a small LED flashlight for when I need to find the trail.

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      Comment by montucky — July 2, 2010 @ 3:18 pm

  3. Now, that is my kind of scene. Definitely mystical.

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    Comment by sandy — July 2, 2010 @ 3:21 pm

    • That’s one of the many reasons that I spend a lot of time there.

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      Comment by montucky — July 2, 2010 @ 7:36 pm

  4. What a place!

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    Comment by Candace — July 4, 2010 @ 9:29 pm

    • The abundance of summer. With all of that grass, the deer are putting on their fat for winter.

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      Comment by montucky — July 4, 2010 @ 9:52 pm

  5. the little things…..

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    Comment by silken — July 14, 2010 @ 5:30 pm


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