yellowstone – herd

If there is contentment to be found in moving with the herd then it must be here.

Bison unfenced and free

Bison unfenced and free

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28 Comments on “yellowstone – herd”

  1. EagleAye says:

    Beautiful pic! So glad they never went extinct.

  2. Shannon says:

    The herd is great until suddenly people on horseback are chasing you and you are headed towards a cliff! Bison burger anyone? 🙂

  3. LadyBlueRose's Thoughts Into Words says:

    what a wonderful view of nature !
    Take Care..
    )0(

  4. Jack Flacco says:

    What a wonderful place!

  5. Yummygal says:

    Wow! Stunning shot.

  6. Eric Alagan says:

    Lush fields — looks peaceful

  7. Parul says:

    Love the lines.. Beautiful picture.. You do justice with your words.

  8. wordsthatetch says:

    great shot.. it brought back memories of my trip through that area

  9. vbholmes says:

    Interesting patterns made by the water are complemented by the random placement of the bison–good eye for your photo, Bill.. (p.s.: “put the petal to the metal” is a great comment.)

  10. I herd you, but you can’t buffalo me. 🙂

    janet

  11. susank456 says:

    So you’ve moved to Wyoming, right? Beautiful country, I’m jealous. You’ll have to post many photos.

  12. omtatjuan says:

    I guess buffalo can swim.

    • billgncs says:

      yes, mostly they can wade through water unless it is very deep.

      We have a cabin in the mountains and I always assumed if a moose came after me I could just wade into our small lake. One day I saw the moose swim across it like a motor-boat.

  13. Wow, it’s like stepping back in time!


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