Travel photo 9

Posted: December 22, 2020 in Travel
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Day 9 of the travel photo challenge Su of Zimmerbitch asked me to participate in, no explanation needed for the photo. I’m going with the retro look today for this Yellowstone shot. Today I’m nominating Dan of NoFacilities. Dan, if you’d like to participate, please pingback or link to my post or blog. And have fun.

  1. Don’t mind me. …. Well done on the retro!

  2. ledrakenoir says:

    Visiting Yellowstone is still on my to do list – wouldn’t mind meeting “Buffalo Bill” at all. 😀

    • I hope you make it there. It’s an amazing place. And if you ever do, be sure to stop in Cody, Wyoming near the eastern entrance and see the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, a marvelous museum.

  3. The car looks so small next to the Bison! They are so big!

    • It WAS small next to the bison. One walked right in front of our van (and others all around it) and they’re enormous! Just imagine what it would have been like in the days when they covered the plains as far as you could see!

  4. Jet Eliot says:

    Such a mighty creature. I like this photo for the size comparison, Janet. It’s so fortunate that we still have the beautiful bison on earth with us….

    • I agree, Jet. One of the last times we are in Yellowstone there were quite a lot of bison 🦬 there. That made me happy. Just imagine what it must’ve been like when you could look and as far as you could see the land was filled with them.

  5. Oh, wow! I’ve never seen such a creature in person before and didn’t realize they were quite so big. They’re on par with elephants, I’d say! What an incredible moment in time you’ve captured here.

  6. scr4pl80 says:

    Talk about a road block! Great shot.

  7. Su Leslie says:

    Wow: that certainly puts the cows and sheep we sometimes encounter on the roads into perspective.

  8. What a majestic creature!

    Wishing you and yours a blessed and very merry Christmas, Janet! 🙂

    Lovely meeting you this year.

  9. Madhu says:

    My, he’s a beast! And I thought our wild cattle were massive!