Tag Archives: Wyoming

Elk at Dusk

This shot was taken near Jackson Hole, Wyoming in 2013.  I wish I could say it was real. It is my photograph; I took the picture, all right.  The sky is real, the site is real, but the elk are … Continue reading

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Retired

I found this old Ford pickup in a field near Jackson, Wyoming,  just sitting there like it was put out to pasture.   Long past its prime, it was set aside to take it easy and reminisce about days of hard … Continue reading

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Waiting

How long should I wait?  That’s what I saw in this old truck’s expression found behind the old house in central Wyoming.  I wrote about this abandoned homestead in a previous blog. The Chevy farm truck looked like it had sat there … Continue reading

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Model Home

I found this photo op in Central Wyoming, along US 191 on my way to Jackson Hole last month.  The abandoned homestead looked like it was a picture of prosperity in its prime, which had to be several decades past. … Continue reading

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Mrs. Bullwinkle

A Kodak moment always comes when you least expect it.  Recently, I was strolling the streets of Teton Pines near Jackson, Wyoming when a Kodak moment hit me upside my head.  It had finally stopped raining, and I needed some … Continue reading

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