K. Stahley
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I like to shoot landscapes and the natural surroundings in my home area of southern Montana, northern Wyoming, and other places where I travel. Check out this website where I am a guest photographer: http://www.gcpano.org/
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Fantastic shot,YsL.Best wishes,George

Frumos peisaj, Nox Arcanum. LIKE.

beautiful reflected in water

L+F Best wishes,Cezary

Woodrow01, you might like this one, too. It didn't make it to GE, not enough background but a more interesting looking horse.http://www.panoramio.com/photo/116229422

Carlee, Thanks for the nice comments. My friend and I were just returning from the N. Fork of the Shoshone to photo wildlife. We just crossed what we call the "Cody Summit" (just a hill on the highway) and caught a beautiful sunset on Heart Mtn. If you ever get up this way, Heart Mtn is a great hike. It's about 7 miles RT but takes quite a while. It's on Nature Conservancy land, no camping but great hiking. Some of the best wild flowers I have seen. Go before forest fire season so you can get some good views of the Big Horn Basin and Apsoroke/Beartooth Mtns.

Lovely composition of this red flowers! LIKE! Best wishes, Gerry

Unbelievable beautiful! Great composition! LIKE & FAV! Greetings from Italy, Gerry

Anton meine herzlichen Dank für das Lob, beste Grüße aNNa*

Thanks Tony. Driving up the North Fork from Cody in the winter time is better than any zoo. There are hundred of sheep, elk, deer, several buffalo, and an occasional moose and antelope.

Hi Tony! Thanks for looking through my photos. I hope you take some time to eventually look at all of them.

Tony, you are the first person that I have know personally that has commented on my photos since I started in 2007. It's great to hear from you. I occasionally run into your brother, Dave, but seldom. Just an anecdote, every time I go south past Bridger I always think of the big Cottonwood tree that used to be at the top of Kelsey's lane.

You will see that my photography has improved over the years that I have been posting to Panoramio, too. A lot of the improvement was in getting better cameras but some of it was understanding what Pan publishes and what they don't. People have some great macro photos in their galleries, but P doesn't put up macros to Google Earth. Also, If you have a great shot of something in the foreground but then have a short depth of field so that the background is blurry, they most often don't post those GE, either.

I've got quite a few photos of the Beartooth Mtns to look at when you want to see the Carbon County high country. Check out the photo of the old Chevy stuck in the mud near Deep Lake.


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