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Friday, November 5, 2010

Skywatch Friday - A View of Bozeman

Today's Skywatch Friday post is a celebration of the season that is just around the corner. Winter! Last year we had the pleasure of hiking up Drinking Horse Trail out by the Fish Technology Center. During that hike, I was captivated by the snow covered scenery. If you look really close, you can see a bit of Bozeman on the right hand side of the photo. In fact, one of the nice things about many of the nature trails near here is that they offer different views of Bozeman. Many of the trails are not very difficult to hike up and the bird's eye view is definitely worth it.

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View of Bozeman from Drinking Horse Trail


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10 comments:

Hilary said...

I'm not looking forward to winter but this sure is a pretty shot.

ben wideman said...

wow - brilliant photo!

forestwalk/laura k said...

oh wow! beautiful picture! and scenery! BBbbbbrrrrrr....
SNOW!! i miss it!

it must be JUST A LITTLE more difficult hiking this trail in the winter time??

Jillsy said...

gorgeous ~ i just wish we got snow down here a bit more often.

Unknown Mami said...

Beautiful! I've never been in snow like that in person.

Se'lah said...

sweet shot!

hope you are doing well. one love.

VM Sehy Photography said...

Thank you everyone for your kind comments.

Laura - It is a bit more difficult in the winter. It is a very short trail about 1.5 miles. It has a steep path and an easy path. I took the steep one to get to the top this past fall. I was out of breath. But then I'm out of shape:)

Se'lah - I am well, just super busy. Hope you are well, too.

forestwalk/laura k said...

well...then i have to say THANKS for taking the steep path...to get the beautiful picture!!! :]

arabesque said...

for someone who lives in a tropical weather, who doesn't have a chance to see the snow with a view as magical as this, one word = amazing! ^0^

VM Sehy Photography said...

Arabesque - thank you for the kind comment. It truly is magical here in the winter. It's the one thing that actually gets me out in the winter. Once, I see those views, I forget about how cold it is.