Layered Lands

Layered Lands

From marsh shrubs to sagebrush to pine forest to snow covered peaks. A wide open landscape sure helps bring peace and quiet to a busy brain. Looking out from the marshlands at Red Rocks National Wildlife Refuge in Montana.

46 thoughts on “Layered Lands

  1. I like the way you discribe what beening in that kind of landscape can do to us – it brings peace and quiet. It`s interesting how different landscapes can influence us in various ways…

    1. Thanks, For me I need the space that open landscapes provide to give that calming effect. The photo you posted yesterday is a extreme example of that open space. Almost like there is no division between earth and sky. Thanks for the feedback and have a great summer.

      1. There`s open space everywhere around here, so we sometimes forget how special that is 🙂 But I do miss it when I`m away from Greeland. Have a great summer, too!

        1. Wow, living in the Selkirks must be great. I have only been up that way once a long time ago for some backcountry skiing and the mountains were very majestic. I am jealous.

          1. Tonia Polak

            I only moved here about 6 months ago but it’s amazing. There are so many places to explore, sometimes it’s hard to know where to start!

  2. D.

    If I lived there, I would be constantly wandering around and taking photos 😀 What a great place to visit… Have a nice afternoon!

    1. Hi and thanks for the feedback. We really appreciate it. It was really great to see all those wonderful colors and the different botanical ecosystems responsible for that range of colors in one place. Hope your day is going well and wishing you a great week ahead.

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