Majestically simple

View of Badlands, Rockies, deer grazing at Dubois, Wyoming

As I pause to reflect back on this image, my first thoughts were – Wow! How majestic are the snow-capped mountains, red rock mixed with gray, brown and white, showing years-and-years of strife. 

Puffy clouds dance gracefully between the endless sky and the one who would behold.  Deer mingle in the open, among the grace, enjoying the growth of sun and rain, living peacefully on the land. 

Inhabitants move about – lives sheltered in wood or stone, some in the open plain; maybe they observe like we do, maybe they don’t. 

How majestic can majestically be?  How simple can simplicity be?  It’s up to us to decide – first we have to see. 

Blessings along the Way!


21 thoughts on “Majestically simple

  1. Beautiful post Ron. Your pictures and your words express the awe you rightly feel.
    I feel the same and that is just from a picture, how stunning must reality be.
    As you so wonderfully say ” How majestic can majestically be ” .


    1. Thanks so much Miriam. I really appreciate your wonderful words and insight. Yes, I can just sit there and try to absorb it all. Blessings! 🙂

    1. Isn’t in amazing how each place has special meaning? I think there is hardly an area that compares to the majesty among the mountains – maybe because we can observe the view without so much obstruction. Thank you. 🙂

  2. beautiful vistas, the red rock is gorgeous against that sky, so far till my eyes can’t see anymore. such a gentle narrative, thank you

      1. Thank you so much. Stay tuned for more. Even though I’m home now I have so many to share of the journey. 🙂

      2. Yes indeed. I really enjoy reviewing my images and reliving each leg of the trip – now without the tiring drives. 🙂

      3. Thanks so much. It’s certainly nice to rest get back to a routine, whatever that is. Looking for to another journey to wherever. 🙂

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