Saturday, April 5, 2014

Just Me And The Antelope

I like to think of landscape not as a fixed placed but as a path that is unwinding before my eyes, under my feet.

- Gretel Ehrlich


 

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  1. You lucky one - it is so beautiful out there!

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    1. Hi Lily!
      It IS beautiful out here and I'm thankful everyday.
      Thankful for your presence, too.
      I hope you're doing well and liking your new job.
      Spring should make you smile!

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  2. yup.
    just you and the antelope.
    and i like you this way.

    x+o

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    1. One thing is missing...you.
      Coyote, you are the best!
      xxO

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  3. Breath-TAKINGingly Beautiful there! Funny story - I was asked to make a medicine bag having to do with antelope,,,, I have nothing down here, nothing. :(
    YOU are rich in antelope my dear!

    :) love ya!

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    1. How cool. A medicine bag in honor of the pronghorn! I'm trying to think...is there something I can send to you, antelope-wise? Dung? Hehe. I will wander around the plains today and see what I can come up with.
      So so so good to see you here, sister. x

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  4. take me walking one day....will you?

    love this magic

    love you

    love and light

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    1. Come down here! I'll take you walking. For miles and miles under this big sky.
      xx

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  5. I can feel the wind and sun on my face and hear the crunch of dry plants underfoot as I look at your photos. Love those antelope - don't antelope have the most soulful eyes? And is that a prairie dog in the third from the last photo with the antelope?

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  6. Yes yes yes! I've always thought the same about antelope eyes!
    Oh Diana, you are still a Wyoming girl at heart. And I was hoping you'd notice the adorable prairie dog standing up out there! They are such an important part of the land here, but unfortunately, there are some heartless humans who use them for target practice.
    On another note: my Flickr isn't working. Do you know why? Have you heard anyone else complain of this lately? I'm desperately trying to fix it. It's really hard to get a response from them.
    Bye! (Pony express correspondence making its way!)

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  7. I love the amazing shots of the expansive prairie. Wow. So breathtaking in so many ways!!

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    1. This land is far and wide with nothing but nothingness.
      Yet, it's so full of everything!
      You'd love it, Keith.

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  8. So good to see you out for a wander.
    Glad the sun was out for you, too.
    xx

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    1. Brandi, you know.
      It was what I was waiting for. A sunny day, a dry day.
      It did wonders for my soul. I'd love to repeat it. ;)

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  9. they are the so adorable, your antelope...love the scenery xo

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    1. Aren't they though? They have 'that look'. It's always the same.
      Peacefully on guard, I suppose.

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  10. Beautiful. Communion with the wildlife. Dancing with the antelope. And, of course, a tumbleweed. what is the west without tumbleweeds?
    xx

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  11. I know. I love the tumbleweed. Just a rollin' cross the sage flats and then captured by those stinkin' fences. Ha!
    And...I did a little jig out there, you know it's true! x

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  12. Beautiful pictures of these fabulous creatures. X

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