With some photos I really whish it was possible to record the smell and sound as well, in some kind of static virtual way. This is very small creek, running down the slope, with slight sound of the running water and the smell of the forest during sunset, with no one around, just you and the forest and it sounds and smells. One of the reasons I wish for it is because place like this is usually skipped out and never get much attention. I took this photo and moved on, as there was nothing else around it that was super photogenic. I maybe only spent five minutes there and now I look at it and try to remember what it was like at that little spot.
We survived three days of wedding celebrations over the long weekend. Now back to all normal, work and not as much partying, maybe just a little.
We did a drive through the Montana National Bison Range and one of the top spots went on a little hike. Across the small valley opened this nice view. I setup the camera and waited for a few minutes secretly hoping that some type of wild life comes out from that little patch, like a big bear or some grey wolves or something.
For folks in US, any cool plans for the Memorial Day weekend? Extra day is always nice to have. We are going for a two, well, almost three day wedding extravaganza. It starts on Saturday evening and ends on Monday afternoon. That is going to be interesting.
I took this photo in early September with all those water lilies or whatever they are in full bloom and size. In May it is pretty much empty, at least of any flowers, there are probably a lot of different fishes there at the moment.
Where is it?
Weekend Update: We have a winner! Many great guesses on the location of this beautiful place, and it might look like that in those places as well, but anyonecantakeapicture suggested the right one, it is one of the ponds at the Biltmore Estate. By the end of summer they are full with nice vegetation and a lot of little frogs on them as well. I tried to take some shots with frogs, but did not turn out any good, they are tiny, like maybe half an inch frogs, seating on those flat surfaces and waiting for some bugs to eat.