Ralph Maughan
photos
on Google Maps
views
My photos are mostly of the Western landscape. I try to document the "wide open spaces," and, of course, my photos make things look more attractive than they really are. I generally avoid uploading photos of the classic places because Google Earth will not benefit from more photos of them. Contact me at rmaughan2 AT cableone Dot net

Ralph Maughan's conversations

henryallan,

You are right. I have seen the pronghorn and sandhill at times. However, during the summer and early autumn, domestic cattle far outnumber large wildlife.

Bison are never present because the State of Idaho does not allow free ranging bison.

Super picture!

Like and favorite!

Greetings from Athens!

Makis

Very beautiful photo! LIKE
Greeting from Greece, Manny

For information about this land crushing plan

http://www.moabsunnews.com/news/article_16ef963e-f0e0-11e3-8f0e-001a4bcf6878.html

I wonder how many birds it roasts?

This is the worst thing that could have happened to solar energy. Massive destruction of the desert with a fence around it like a military installation. Fascist energy.

Greg,

The Cub River is quite short, but crystal clear as it flows down hill and through the national forest. The clarity is because the stream emerges full-sized from several major springs. It has no tributaries of note.

Thank you, Pierre. I saw the photo so quickly as I walked over the crest of the hill that I almost dropped my camera reaching for it.

Friends

  • loading Loading…

 

Ralph Maughan's groups