Last time I introduced you to some of the geese who reside in this place of beauty.
This time, I share a few of the more random pictures I took.
I like this bit of artwork, a tipi plus the buffalo "in the distance" makes a lovely view.
At the other end of the swinging bridge, this is where the geese were standing in some of the earlier pictures - it doesn't look very hospitable, in fact, it looks downright fragile and brittle.
I love this view from across the swinging bridge over the Bighorn River.
After awhile, we took a drive above the park area - into more unspoilt landscape.
Old places where hot springs once rested, now sunken through the thin crusty soil... And filled in with plenty of new life.
Stunning micro-landscapes created by these sinking events.
Here is where the famous hot spring one rested - apparently.
Turn around and look at the back side of the butte that has the writing on it inviting everyone to the hot springs...
Photos taken by myself in May 2019 with my Pentax K30.
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