Moonrise over the Absaroka Mountains Montana Skies

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Montana: Big Sky Country
A new day begins
Good morning from Tim in Montana!
September sunrise
A September sunrise from my front deck
Mule Deer
Moonrise over the Absaroka mountains
Montana's nickname is "Big Sky Country". The view from my home is expansive, sublime and often breathtaking. The horizons are bigger here and lend credence to the thought that all things are possible. No dream is too large for this landscape.
Most of the photos on this page were shot from my front deck. I hope you they give you a sense of how lucky I feel to live in such a beautiful place.
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Venus Rises Thunder Storm
Venus rises before the Sun
over Mount Emigrant
A summer storm baths Mount Emigrant with a shower of golden light
Paradise Valley Sunset
Winter sunset over Paradise Valley
Explosive Beauty Firery Brillance
Explosive Beauty The sky burns with fiery brilliance
Grand Beauty
A grand sunset
Montana sunsets can leave you breathless or soothe the turmoil in your soul. Pink Clouds
Relaxing pink clouds over Mount Emigrant
Spring Shower Touch me
April Showers bring May flowers Clouds so close you can almost touch them
Even in the sub-zero cold of winter Montana's big sky puts on a wonderful show. I rose with the sun one February morning and discovered that Paradise Valley was engulfed by winter clouds. From my lofty perch at 6,150 feet I saw the top half of Mount Emigrant poking almost 11,000 feet into the thin, cold air. Higher still another bank of clouds did its best to block the sun from warming the valley below.
This photo was taken from the warm confines of my living room through the double pane glass doors.
20 below zero
20 below zero and clouds blanket the valley
October Moon
An October full moon at sunset
Sunset's afterglow in Yellowstone park
October Snow
Golden snow on Mount Emigrant catches the last rays of a setting sun
Fall Snow
An October snow storm moves down Paradise valley
Bunsen Peak
Sunset over Bunsen Peak in Yellowstone Park
September sunset
September sunset and moonrise over Mount Emigrant
Mt Washburn
Standing on top of the world
on Mount Wasburn in Yellowstone National Park on a Sunday afternoon in September.
Yellowstone Park is only 25 miles from my home in Emigrant. Like Montana, it is incredibly beautiful, full of animals, home to hot springs and geysers and waiting for you to visit. Even if you only stay for a weekend I guarantee that you will leave a changed person. Your troubles will diminish and your soul will be soothed. Montana's grand beauty will leave you feeling refreshed and renewed. Stay a little longer and you may find yourself feeling like me; on top of the world, grateful to God and in awe of the ever changing beauty that surrounds me every day.
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