Paradise for wild things

9 08 2014

Spring Creek Basin, mustangs, McKenna Peak, unnamed promontory.

Only Spring Creek Basin, Disappointment Valley, Western Slope, Colorado, United States of America, planet EARTH.

We are blessed to know our wild things, to have some places yet for them to live, wild. How can we do anything but protect those places and those that live there?




6 responses

9 08 2014
Prairie girl

Now I know it’s going to be a good day. 🙂

9 08 2014


9 08 2014
Pat Amthor

Fabulous sentiments

Is all ok? We are into the dry air again but it was 50 degrees at 445 this morning as the moon was going down in the west!


9 08 2014
Kathryn Wilder

I was going to say Amen! but somebody already did. Thank you for the reminder of why I do what I do and live where I live :-).

9 08 2014
Karen Schmiede

How beautiful! I pray we always leave room for the wild things.

9 08 2014

Just the smallest hint of them – them! – in the great, large, vast landscape is enough to imbue a place with wild and magic. We can tame them, sure. But to promote their wildness as essential to their existence is to acknowledge that not everything within the path of man needs to be tamed.

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