Wildlife in Wyoming — 27 Comments

  1. Great animal pics!

    (Our person is smiling at the idea that there is “lots” of snow there. But lots is a relative term and compared to Arizona, there is lots!)

  2. Wow wow wow. I don’t know what’s more beautiful, the animals or the pictures of the animals. Every time I try to take a picture of my dog or cat, they look away at the last second. I don’t know how you do it!

  3. Oh my goodness, what a winter paradise! Every picture is stunning. Did the pups enjoy the snow or was it too deep for them?

  4. Thank you so much for sharing your lovely photos. It’s the best way for thousands of us to enjoy these beautiful animals without overrunning their lives.

  5. Boy those critters are beautiful and look comfortable in their element and season. Your subjects seem very happy to have their photos taken. Good traveling! Happy travels!

  6. I think it was so fortuitous that you had to deliver the furniture there…the buffalo and horses are beautiful, and then to see all that wildlife as well! You got some really great photos too.
    Lucky you, getting out of the snow pretty soon! :)

  7. Good glory, Mary….I am crying here. There is nothing like nature to bring me closer to my soul. Where do I begin? Those white bison are magical. I have always been intrigued by white animals and all the pets I’ve ever had where white. The little baby is soooooo darling.

    THEN….the horses. OK, this is my favorite animal of all time. All time.

    That Percheron is fantastic. They are gentle giants, no? I’d have to get on a ladder to pet his head. teeeehee

    Then there are the mottled horses. I adore these, and they almost have a “smile” on their muzzles that enchants me. I must remember however, to approach a horse with calm and cool, and pet allow them to trust me first. I just want to rush into their faces and squeeze them! teeehee

    I love how you capture nature. Have you ever submitted your photos to a nature magazine? YOU SHOULD! And to see you in the horse’s eye, that is awesome.

    Thank you so much for coming to my post. As much as I love the grandeur of the City of Lights, my heart belongs to nature. Anita

    • Anita, I always love when you visit my blog. You are always so kind. The horses where fabulous, and those two gray percherons stole the show for me. These horses are all raised in such a way that they love people, and are so nice. I have never submitted my photos, maybe some day I will.

      • Mary! Good morning! I am barely coming to my email; I had a magical day with my husband out in the snow and in the city.

        Mary, those horses, just like children, non? When they are raised in a kind manner to trust, they give back kindness! This summer, I went to our huge and very wonderful State Fair here in St. Paul. I was fortunate to “meet” two draft horses from the Minnesota Zoo. They were so huge and loving. Then I bonded with another fellow names Skeeter. I petted him for about an hour, and he lowered his head and got close, just wanting more. WOW, to feel the trust and need for love from a huge beast like that…it changes you!

        And…I think you should try submitting your photos to a nature magazine. The way you are able to capture the animals in motion with no blurriness (That would be me), is an art. You capture the emotion and moment and really, you should try, just for fun!

        Enjoy your Sunday, Mary! Thanks again for the kind words! Anita

  8. Absolutely amazing photos! I love those buffaloes and the mountain goats. I’ve seen them a few times high in the CO mountains but never so close. Wow!

  9. God I envy you Mary. Such incredible beauty, and you get to see it nearly every single day. Your photography is incredible. You captured the buffalo perfectly. I love the snow shot (who knew it curled down like that?) and the horses. The two together was so cute.

    Thank you for your card by the way. It was gorgeous. I sure hope we can meet up someday. You are such an amazing person.

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