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Capturing The Valley – A Walk Through The Meadow

On this morning in July, Linda, our Border Collies (Sage and Willow), and yours truly take our normal daily walk.  We are exceptionally fortunate that our daily walk is six miles in length and is located in the Sawtooth Mountain Wilderness of Idaho.  It is otherwise known as America’s Alps.

In the meadow at our house, the Globosus Penstemon wildflowers are peaking.

We rise before dawn and hike out through the meadow to the base of the mountain in the Goat Creak Basin.  About 1/2 way out, I place my camera in the position I desire in the meadow.  I capture the image below on our return,  Linda, Sage, and Willow are to my left as the image is recorded.

Goat Creek Meadow and Basin in Summer – © Jeffrey H. Lubeck – MESH Art – all rights reserved.

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