Monday, May 24, 2010


Saturday morning my gallery pardner, tom Lucas and artist friend, Les Lefevre spent the early morning searching for wildlife amidst new fallen snow from friday night into saturday morning. I have posted our morning adventure on my OUTDOOR ADVENTURE BLOG. As I write this it has finished snowing again after a night long fall of the heavy wet stuff. Winter will not leave the high country.

10 comments:

Samantha said...

I truly love visiting Wyoming but, I think I would have a hard time with that much snow! I really enjoy the 4 seasons so much...
The picture is quite lovely though!

Bruce Sherman said...

Hi there Pardner!.... Sorry that "I" haven't been about sooner... but like "You"..."I've had a number of "branding" irons in the proverbial fire... as "I" see that "You" have too.

I absolutely think your last pieces have been "up a notch" my Friend... SPECTACULAR is the word really!

Strange how no matter that we live so far apart... our journeys are at times frighteningly parallel and "the same".

My life has had a "Veteran" aspect to it as well. My next post will unveil how "I" got into lilacs ... and Veterans... in the same moment!

Sincerely hope that the leg is now on the mend... and that the Good Lord shuts off his Wyoming "snowblower"... soon for all you folk out that way!

Good painting!
Warmest regards,
Bruce

r garriott said...

What's that you told me about the Three seasons of Wyoming...? Last Winter, This Winter, and NEXT winter, I think it was? You must a be a hardy soul indeed.

Teresa said...

You are STILL getting snow? Wow! Great photo, by the way.

martinealison said...

Mon dieu que c'est beau mais froid!

Celeste Bergin said...

snow----shouldn't that be over by now? well, that is just an awesome photo

Dors said...

Great Photo Gary. Snow snow and more snow. I will have to send some Aussie sunshine to warm you up.

I guess you are toughened to the harsh weather. i think I would just curl up and die. LOL. I must remember to visit in your summer.

AutumnLeaves said...

I think I could handle the high country. I think. A gorgeous photo that reminds me a bit of your painting of the deer going up the slope!

Marie Theron said...

Hi Gary, do you save the animals from under the snowfall? Do they allow you to help them? I visited your paintings and love the rustic antique look as if they were done in pioneer days.

Rosemary said...

Great photo! Am heading over to the Outdoor blog for more! For this Florida gal, all this snow is mind boggling! Love that you enjoy getting out for the pictures
and that you share them with us!