Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and a very happy New Year to all!
Thank you everyone for visiting Montana Outdoors this past year. Your visits, your comments and the blogs that many of you maintain mean a lot to me and have, during some very trying times, been a constant reminder that there are still many wonderful people all over this world.
So beautiful! The images you share with us of your world are so varied and so interesting, it’s no wonder we all keep coming back! It is a wonderful world, filled with fine people – places like yours serve as a constant reminder of that fact. Merry Christmas, and best wishes for the New Year!
It’s amazing, isn’t it, that it’s possible to find other folks across our country and across the world who are so different from each other, and yet who share so many of the same values of life. It certainly displays a more optimistic picture of human society than it is possible to get in other ways.
What a perfect Christmas photo. We were lucky to have a bit of snow today too – just enough to make it feel like Christmas but not enough to kill the birds that are scratching for their Christmas dinner out there. Looking forward to more lovely photos of Montana in the New Year.
Our forecast for today included snow and cloudy skies along with some low temperatures. We did get a little snow during the night, but then the sun came out for a few hours and really brightened up the world with blue sky and pure white snow.
Terry, thank you for sharing all of your gorgeous pictures.. They take me to a new frontier I might not get to see. Stay well and wishing you and yours a year of peace, joy and great photo opportunities… (
Happy Christmas to you, too, Terry…I’ve enjoyed visiting with you these past several months, introducing me to a beautiful part of our country that I have yet to see for myself. Thank you for sharing as you do….
I can’t count the many, many moments of pleasure your photography has given me. Thank you, most sincerely, for taking the time and effort to share it with me and all the others who visit that place in the ether.
It looks as though winter has now begun here again. I’m happy about that.
I think that library is located in the small town of Hamilton (population of just a little over 4,000), about 130 miles south of here. It is in the middle of the Bitterroot river drainage, a very beautiful area!
Now that is picture perfect, Montucky. A Christmas greeting card in the making. Hope you had a truly blessed Christmas. Your blogging friendship and comments have been a blessing to me this year too. Happy New Year!!
The world really does seem smaller and kinder here, especially with wonderful people like you in it. All the best to you and your family for 2013! Thank you for sharing the beauty around you with all of us.