lifeofloon:

Random shots of Montana on drive from Yellowstone to Missoula.

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jessicashires:

Lake Missoula Mud Camas Prairie, Montana © Mark Mesenkowww.mesenko.com

jessicashires:

Lake Missoula Mud
Camas Prairie, Montana
© Mark Mesenko
www.mesenko.com

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pastperfect-online:

Looking Glass
Earl Biss, 1978
Technique>Printmaking>Planographic>Lithograph
Missoula Art Museum

pastperfect-online:

Looking Glass

Earl Biss, 1978

Technique>Printmaking>Planographic>Lithograph

Missoula Art Museum

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snapmt:

The view beyond Mosquito Peak, from the weekend’s Rattlesnake Wilderness run.

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artshred:

First Snow Bozeman, MT 8.24.2014

artshred:

First Snow
Bozeman, MT
8.24.2014

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photorator:

My backyard Bozeman MT  x

photorator:

My backyard Bozeman MT x

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copperqueens:

wickwareboisseau:

Montana

the Garden Wall, GNP

copperqueens:

wickwareboisseau:

Montana

the Garden Wall, GNP

(Source: iandwilliams)

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erintheredmc:

Eastern #Montana never ends #roadtrip

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iamthecrazyone:

Nature.

iamthecrazyone:

Nature.

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missnowblowerowl:

Palisade falls. #nofilter #Bozeman #Montana #nature

missnowblowerowl:

Palisade falls. #nofilter #Bozeman #Montana #nature

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thewolpertinger:

UFOs (vaguely lenticular in nature) spotted over Missoula, MT.

thewolpertinger:

UFOs (vaguely lenticular in nature) spotted over Missoula, MT.

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spectacled:

I’ve got the whole world in front of me.

spectacled:

I’ve got the whole world in front of me.

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graceduval:

Much time passed between Yellowstone and the Fourth of July, days filled with endless dress rehearsals and costume fixes, afternoons watching rehearsals and evenings eating dinner on the lawn watching Shakespeare. Hikes, and pedicures, and coffee shops, and dance parties downtown, and late nights with the company hanging out in the actor’s apartments, and long goodbyes as everyone started to drive away on new adventures.

I stayed behind after the company drove off on tour, after everyone else dissipated back into their worlds, to help reorganize the costume stock. This time alone in Bozeman was heartbreaking, having just gotten so close with everyone in the company, but it also gave me time to think about everything that had happened over these six weeks. 

On the Fourth of July we finished organizing the stock and the evening was ours to enjoy. My roommate, Elena, and I ended up going down to the fairgrounds where a huge pavilion had been erected. It was a beautiful evening and people had brought blankets and chairs, dinner and wine to the open field, enjoying the magnificence of Bozeman on an early July evening. As dusk settled and light leaked from the sky the Bozeman Symphony took to the stage to perform.

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snapmt:

My Missoula trail marathon today: Out Rattlesnake Creek, back over Sheep Mountain.

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copperqueens:

Be a square. 

copperqueens:

Be a square. 

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