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4 days ago

David Thexton Photography

I've been accused of being too poetic on some of these posts so heres an actual poem...

We took a vacation to Bryce,
The views were awfully nice,
We went for a hike
and saw much to like,
But thought one day would more than suffice.
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1 week ago

David Thexton Photography

Sunrise was no obstacle for the crowds at arches but walking definitely was. At 5:30am we expected to have the park to ourselves, but it was only after we had marched a few miles from the car park that we found any solitude. Bad timing had placed our visit within the school holidays. Thankfully, Photoshop is much better at making people disappear than the pre-dawn start was. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

David Thexton Photography

Yellowstone is vast. There was always one more summit to hurdle, always one more valley to pass. From time to time we found ourselves guilty of looking without seeing, mistaking the endless space for emptiness. But always our daydreams were cut short by herds of Buffalo, vibrant algae and crashing falls. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

David Thexton Photography
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4 weeks ago

David Thexton Photography

Temperatures dropped below below freezing and hot columns of steam exposed geezers on every horizon. The rim of each vibrant pool we visited was lined with lifeless, ice covered trees. The tracks of bears, buffalo and wolves connected golden grass lands to sulfurous plumes. It was a place that often seemed uninhabitable, even hostile, and yet, it was very much alive. ... See MoreSee Less

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