1739 Views, April 21, 2011
First light on the snow from the Bridgers, looking south toward the Gallatin Range near Bozeman, Montana. I got up before the sun came over the Bridgers to catch the first light. I just stepped out on the deck and pointed south.
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Wonderful winter wonderland :o)
Thanks so much.
Oh Kay, this is a GORGEOUS capture!! Fantastic light and contrast, wonderfully framed!!! SO WELL DONE!!!
Thanks so much Gisela. I appriciate your comments. Did you get any snow?
Thank you, reindeer!
No Kay, we got a dusting and it didn’t last long. The big dump hit you and we had what was left over, not much.
What a beautiful scene Kay….and the light!!!!….wow- extraordinary capture!!!! Love it!
Thanks, Karen. Big pieces are falling off the roof now and it’s sooo bright.
Can’t see Knut , Have you lost him in the snow Kay
Yes, but only for a little while. I think he’s ready to shop for warmer clothing now.
This is beautiful!!! I like looking at it from this far away, though.
LOL, that’s why we have cameras, huh?
Another beautiful shot—but I have to say I’m glad the storm missed us.
Bryan, it was not a storm at all, just a steady snow! It sure did keep the plows busy and all the kids are outside sledding. I haven’t made a snow angel yet, but I will.
I’d love to see that in person!! It rarely snows here. :(
Well, let me know and you can stay here!!
Beautiful light and color tones! dee
Thanks it’s a beautiful sight to wake up to.
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