Saturday, November 20, 2010

Wide Open Spaces


This is an old outbuilding made out of tin ceiling tiles
To many people
this isn't a very pretty part of the country, this rugged land
where we call home. 
Although we aren't immune to the explosion of
growth there still is a lot of area here in Wyoming where
you can drive for quite a while and never see another
car, house or mailbox


This is a herd of buffalo which are
raised like cattle on a ranch.  These are few and far between. 
Many black angus dot the countryside as well as deer. 
Wyoming has its own look, rather desolate, especially in the late fall
and winter.  I guess we like it because we can still breathe
sometimes and feel free.

Diane

Amanda took these pictures, I was driving.  Thanks for the use of them Bean. 


7 comments:

Ruth said...

Wide open spaces are refreshing.I think that the open country,gives healing to the soul.
Blessings,Ruth

Pondside said...

It's the same out on our prairie - you said it very well - breathing and feeling free out there.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

I would love it there... I love areas where there is not many people.... Those wide open spaces definitely call my name.

Thanks for sharing the beauty.
Hugs,
Betsy

flutietootie said...

Living in the city, one can only dream about wide open spaces.

Jayne said...

I love your wide open spaces Diane, and enjoy seeing the wild landscape you have in your backyard.

Heidi said...

They have a desolate beauty about them don't they!

Thanks for helping me!!

June said...

To me it is nothing but beauty as far as the eye can see!!!!
Diane, the picture of you and Amanda is beautiful. Boy did it make me smile to see it today. And I love the new one you put on your profile too! I love the green vest! One of my favorite greens right now.
hugs to you...