Monday, July 17, 2006

As you can tell, I enjoyed this haystack -- took pictures of it from several angles. For those of you on the East Coast, notice the yellow sign in the left background -- that's a "tractors crossing" sign.This was the sky when I drove out of Bozeman at 7:45 Sunday night. The Crazies, from the east.
Also, the Crazies from the East. It's fun to have this perspective out your rearview windows while you're driving.
I suppose I could have been a little bit safer, but I wanted to capture how beautiful the entire Crazy Mountain Range was with the sky aglow behind it. This is my rearview mirror, and that's my hand holding the camera :)
Again, looking westward as the sun set. Besides the fact that fire is nature's way of renewing itself, it also makes for some pretty spectacular sunsets. This stretch of I-90 is always beautiful; I can't believe I'm so privileged to get to drive it regularly!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the beautiful pictures, Molly. Montana is truly a beautiful state!