Travel Theme’s Photo Challenge: Wild

I love Ailsa’s challenge for the week: Wild.

Somehow am drawn to wild things and landscapes. Many years ago when I was plotting my home garden, my Mom had this idea of something where flowers and plants have some order. For me that is so commercialized looking, I prefer one that looks very natural, like English gardens. Where things seem to compliment each other even though there are no order of how they were planted. In the end Mom just gave up on me and left me alone. She had her vegetable garden to which she tended on her own, the way she wanted and it was hers.

So it was no surprise when we travelled to Yellowstone, I must have taken so many pictures of the buffaloes.

Buffaloes roam wild in Yellowstone

Buffaloes roam wild in Yellowstone

Wildflowers are the best survivors under the oddest circumstances - just life people

Wildflowers are the best survivors under the oddest circumstances – just like people

I don't know what to call their characters, but their outfit seems so wild - are they birds or two-footed termites

I don’t know what to call their characters, but their outfit seems so wild – are they birds or two-footed termites

Not too crazy with this urban “wild”

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6 Responses to Travel Theme’s Photo Challenge: Wild

  1. Woolly Muses says:

    Would love to see the buffalo in Yellowstone. Maybe a bucket list addition.

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  2. bebs1 says:

    I think it should be in everyone’s bucket list. Yellowstone is one of a kind and I am sure you will love it.

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  3. frizztext says:

    you made me smile with: “are they birds or two-footed termites?”

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  4. bebs1 says:

    Could you tell I haven’t read those fantasy books? One of these days.

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  5. lolaWi says:

    yellowestone is a must see….someday.

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  6. bebs1 says:

    Maybe when TJ is older when he can appreciate all those. But there’s never a bad time.

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