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Beautiful Montana Skies


From sunrise to sunset the Montana skies are a thing of beauty.
This is sunset reflected on the eastern Madison Range from the western Tobacco Root Range.
In every season, Montana skies are a wonder to behold. That’s the mountain called the Sphinx. I think Ed Coyle took this photo. He is magical with his camera.
We were so happy to be greeted by these blue skies and snow-peaked mountains when we returned from our trip.
This gorgeous sunrise over the Madison Mountain range was taken by my friend, Susan Phillips. She’s a great fisherman and the waters of the Madison River lure her to fly fishing in every season.

This was our sunset … settling over the Tobacco Root Range … and luring me outside with my camera.

You can see why Montana is known for its big skies, can’t you?

Uninhibited by tall buildings and city lights, the skies are a majestic wonder. God smiles on us with such wonderful beauty here in Montana.

The sun greets us from our bedroom window with a bright “Good Morning!”
I think this is another Ed Coyle photo. Check him out on FB!

As the setting sun reflects against the mountains on the east,
the glow of evening sends the fish to their slumber…
and tells the anglers, “Time to go home!”

Photo by James Wheeler on Pexels.com
That’s our house behind all those trees.
We loved our time in CA, but it’s always good to be home!
Don’t you agree?

Good night! And good-bye January!
See ya in February.

Comments on: "Beautiful Montana Skies" (17)

  1. Jan you are surrounded by so much beauty as well as the beauty that lives in your own heart! Have a great day and weekend!

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  2. What a great way to express how Montana truly is. I’m ready to come back, but I might freeze to death out there right now. Beautiful photography from you and your friends.

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    • Thank you, Lisa. Yes, it is cold here – grey skies with below freezing temps and a miserable wind chill factor today. But, Monday through Wednesday it was almost springlike. You know, as they say, “If you don’t like the weather, wait five minutes!”

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  3. Elaina Colby said:

    I can just breathe easier when I look at those photos of the Montana sky. What a blessing! Thank you for sharing!

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    • Sigh! You’re welcome! Yes, breathe easier… and plan a trip to experience them first hand … just as soon as you line up a new job and take time off after quitting this misfit!!

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  4. Gorgeous Montana skies! See you next month, Jan!

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  5. Amaaaaaazing photos! Thanks for sharing!

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    • Thanks for visiting, DeDe, and taking time for a comment. I hope you have a Wonderful Weekend!

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      • Thanks ma! I ended up staying overnight at work with André (for free of course) because he had a shitty day and I wanted to boost his morale. He had to cook for a group of 15 youngsters who stayed overnight. I don’t think I’ll have to work today (Sunday). It’s supposed to rain all day all over our lovely snow. They will probably close the installation. We’ll see! Have a gorgeous Sunday! 😘💕🙏🏼

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      • Thank you, De. I will! I pray for your Super Sunday, too. God bless you! 💕

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  6. Beautiful photographs

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  7. Jan, it must feel wonderful to be back at home under the beauty of the Big Sky. Thanks for sharing this images of a special place for me. I will always cherish Montana.

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