Ayres Natural Bridge, part 3 - Wondrous Wyoming

Last time, I shared some pictures from on top of Ayres Natural Bridge. I also shared the Slender Wild Parsley that grows on top of it.

Today, I share a couple of images from along the LaPrele Creek after it flows under the bridge and downstream.

Here, I'm looking upstream towards the bridge, the park and road coming into the park.

Further along - this place is so photogenic!

Some of the nests of the cliff swallows that are predominant. Rock doves (aka pigeons) also nest here.
Sorry for the blurry photo, it was the best I managed this time.

There were even a few cacti growing on the side of this cliff face - which was almost covered with cliff swallow nests.

Photos taken by myself in May 2019 with my Pentax K30.
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Previous issuesofWondrous Wyoming:
Stormy Evening SkyOne Wild and Stormy JuneRainbow Casper
July ThunderheadSmoky Skies AugustStormy Summer Afternoons in Wyoming
Street Art in Rawlins, March 25, 2019Trainspotting in Rawlins, March 25, 2019Independence Rock, March 25, 2019
Great Divide SunsetFerris Mansion, RawlinsFerris Mountains
Wyoming Frontier PrisonSt. Joseph's Catholic ChurchEast of Casper Mountain
Black Hill and Mule DeerFairies and Gnomes
Casper Mountain Falls - Frozen in JanuaryAmericana in the SnowAnother Snowy Walk
More Snowy PicturesSnowy Lamp post

Snowy Walk in Wyoming Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5
January Walk Part 1 , Part 2 , Part 3

Lori Svensen
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