A miscellany like Grandma’s attic in Taunton, MA or Mission Street's Thrift Town in San Francisco or a Council, ID yard sale in cloudy mid April or a celestial roadmap no one folded—you take your pick.
Nice shot, John. That's some landscape!
As usual, your photos of Idaho whizz me round the world in my mind's eye.Weird questions: are those distant pine (I assume) trees naturally occurring or planted? Were these hills once forest?
Hi Roy & DominicRoy: High rangeland! Thanks.Dominic: I don't think that line of pine trees is a remnant & they definitely weren't planted. I'd say that they're just at the right elevation on that ridge to actually grow--the lower elevations around here don't have many trees as there's too little moisture & the soil is hardpan.
I love the shades of brown and the great sense of breadth and distance. I like how I focus on the deer, but then my eyes keep traveling beyond.
Hi HKatz: Thanks for that appreciation of the image!
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