Here’s another Montana landscape from September 29th, over near the Powder River on the way to Miles City. Near the Powder River
Category Archives: Montana Landscapes
It was good to get over to Montana when the trees were turning color. The whole region is so very dry, I wasn’t sure the fall colors would be that nice. Rain is predicted for today around here, even some snow later tonight or tomorrow. I think just about everyone is ready to accept moisture, no [...]
Montana is really a tremendous state, with immense prairie spaces in the east, and mighty mountains in the west. You can choose the quiet solitude of the open range or the hustle and bustle of a beautiful city like Bozeman. I have to say that I am usually glad to leave the mountains and their [...]
Here’s a pastoral scene from the Big Sky Back Country Byway area in eastern Montana. Things were really dry in lots of places, and the grass was no longer green. Many places are in need of rain, and the sooner the better.
I went over my September photo files yesterday and experimented with filtered colors on some Montana landscapes.
I’m going back over my summer files to see what I can do with different filters. This is a view of the badlands near Terry.
Here’s a photo of the country I explored in June, over by Ekalaka, Montana. Chalk Buttes
I’m having a lot of fun playing around with color on my landscape photos of the Dakotas and Montana. Here’s an image from last Thursday of the country between Bowman and Miles City. From the Montana Dream Series
We’ve had a break from the extreme heat and humidity, and can now enjoy the summertime once again. Here’s another shot of the Montana badlands near Terry that I took back in June. Montana Badlands
I’ve had some delightful excursions into the countryside the last couple of days, with stops in Joe, Mildred, and Terry, Montana, and a visit to The Little Badlands south of Belfield, North Dakota. The grasses are gorgeous, and the rivers and creeks are full. One of my goals was to see the Evelyn Cameron Museum [...]