Last week a friend and I drove out to Pawnee Buttes, in the Pawnee National Grassland. This is on the prairie in northeast Colorado, not far south of Wyoming and Nebraska. It was a warm but lovely day. The grassland is beautiful: lots of miles on dirt roads; beautiful undulating hills; and the isolated buttes themselves. The only downside is the sheer number of oil and gas facilities out here, along with the accompanying truck traffic. In a time when it’s imperative that we phase out fossil fuels, I was discouraged to see the amount of fracking and other fossil-fuel extraction on this, one of our national treasures.
Author: Marilyn Davis
This is my point ~
iPhone photo cropped and slightly color saturated.
Williams Conservatory, University of Wyoming, Laramie. Watercolor filter applied; resampled.
Oh! Jonah ~
Underpass, Spring Creek Trail, Fort Collins.
The source for this was an old Ford Ranger in the Walmart parking lot.
Water drops on leaf ~
Taken at the Williams Conservatory in Laramie, Wy.