Thursday, July 2, 2009

Creative Highways: Storms, Windy Tents, and Mountain Peaks

Categories:

After two days "off the map", we are shacked up in a motel in Baker City, Oregon - a bit off course from our original plan (which was to go through Bend on our way to Corvallis, OR), but we got a little behind so we are taking the fast track to Corvallis.

Here is a sampling of all the amazing things we've seen during the past 3 days. We've covered so much ground, it's become a bit of a blur, so let's review:

The Badlands of South Dakota:


Bighorn Sheep

Picnicking in the Badlands



Ryan's self portrait near our picnic site
(tilt shift lens extravaganza)

Big Horn National Forest, Wyoming:


Our campsite by Crazy Woman Creek


Don't let this serene scene fool you;
we slept through extremely high winds and rain that night.


Yellowstone National Park:


West Thumb Geyser Pools in Yellowstone





Geothermal activity flowing straight into Yellowstone Lake


Teton National Park:





This was taken from our camp ground - a beautiful sunset over Jackson Lake;
once again, we awoke to a thunderstorm and rain at 5 a.m.

A stop in Pocatello, ID to see our friend, Christina, her cute house, and cute dogs:



Marley and Obe keep cool in the yard

Another terrific Western storm on our way across Southern Idaho

All photos © Chace + Smith Photography

Tomorrow's adventure: Corvallis, Oregon and July 4th weekend on the Oregon Coast!

Spread The Love, Share Our Article

Related Posts

1 Response to Creative Highways: Storms, Windy Tents, and Mountain Peaks

July 4, 2009 at 10:53 AM

there are so many AMAZING photographs in this post!

Post a Comment