blacktooth and pinks – wyoming treasures

Back down from the mountain, a couple more images linger. It’s hard to describe the mountain vistas, or the beauty of the flowers and I am loathe to let them go just yet.

Pinks - their local name - seen from horseback

Pinks – their local name – seen from horseback

Many mountain flowers are small and subtle, but pinks are small and brilliant

Close up view

Close up view

As the seasons move toward winter the colors move to brown and grey, here Blacktooth Peak sits atop it’s royal robes.

Blacktooth Peak in the distance

Blacktooth Peak in the distance

After one last view, it was time to return.

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8 Comments on “blacktooth and pinks – wyoming treasures”

  1. ManicDdaily says:

    Beautiful ==I live in Eastern mountains–different but also beautiful. k.

  2. Kristi says:

    Beautiful surroundings to horseback ride.

  3. twoscamps says:

    It always comes around: that time to come off the mountain…. It will sustain you hopefully through the winter. I love Wyoming. You are so fortunate to spend time there.

  4. Resa says:

    They’re many mountain fairies!


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