Rural street art in Charlo (Salish: sallu) | enroute to National Bison Range
Vibrant colored mural found on Charlo Grocery store's north side. It was created in 2007 by artists attending the Charlo-Dixon Fine Arts Camp. The annual children's art camp is supported by the Ninepipe Arts Group and has been offered for over a decade drawing in campers from all over the west.
How to survive a PNW spring? A decent but extra rain jacket and the teeniest bikini 💦 // 👙RIO top + GIA bottom // 📷: @riochantel
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A poor mans California
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As the six of us sat soaking our sore, tired legs in the warmth of the hot springs, drinking beers and laughing in the sun of an early Montana spring, a friendly stranger—camera in hand—approached us and asked to take our photo. We agreed and continued our conversation, never paying mind to the camera clicking quietly on its tripod. The man quickly moved on to more scenic photos, but occasionally joined us in the water, taking a reprieve from the chilling winds. By the time we climbed out, dried off, and layered up, I had made a new friend. We discussed photography and the struggle of capturing what the outdoors meant to us—of how to capture a priceless, nearly indescribable moment filled with nearly indescribable beauty. I am working to hone my photography skills, watching videos online late into the night, and I hope to share more with you all as I improve. This was a simple shot, hurriedly taken with my phone as I fought to stay warm in the biting winds, but it captured a meaningful day nonetheless.
The stranger promised to send me the photos he took of my wonderful Montana family, laughing in the sun. You can even check him out at @kingsleyrodriguez. I love the power of photography and how it connects people. ❤️
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It's getting to that time of the year! Time for some more adventures in the mountains! This is an old shot from Sacajawea peak during the summer months. Such an amazing sunset to spend on the mountain tops with the goats. How many can you spot? There's quite a few, and even more hidden in the distance. Can't wait for more days like these!
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Working up some wedding prototypes 💚 That little baby fern slays me. Thanks for the rad backdrop @killingfrostfarm and @farmhandfarm 🖤 more fences need to be black.
Hey guys, so in the last 24 hours I have recorded two songs and put them on my @soundcloud🍾 Released one last night, and just released the second one. Here is the cover art for the newest one, if you guys could go check them out and let me know whatcha think of appreciate it so much. Thank you, the support over the last several hours has been amazing! Link is in my bio.
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I am the Good Shepherd; I know My sheep and My sheep know Me || John 10:14
We are a wee bit excited about the warmer days ahead. ☘️ #MontanaMoment | 📷: Chuck Haney
Dusk, Swiftcurrent Lake
A brisk walk to the Boiling River before a nice morning soak
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I recently had a day that I’ll never forget. I’ve always wanted to see a wolf in its natural environment, uncaged and wild. To see three adults howling across the valley to each other, for over two hours might have been the most incredible moment I’ve been able to witness since starting photography. After getting a shot I wanted I just stood with my eyes closed for a while and listened to them go back and forth, more than the photos I’ll remember their howls.
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Subzero morning in Yellowstone but the bluebird day and endless sunshine kept us warm.
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