Incredible Beartooth Front nature photography

In my search for relevant content I sometimes run into unexpected treasures to share.

A Red Lodge resident posting as rdragon on a site called wunderground.com has posted hundreds of amazing photos that he has taken of the region. Thought I’d share a few here and point you in his direction so you can enjoy some amazing photography, a reminder of the beauty of the Beartooth Front and the importance of preserving it.

You can find rdragon’s photo collection here. Be sure to click on “Next 50 results” at the bottom right to find the pages of photos he has posted. You can click on the photos below to enlarge them.

Palisades formation along the Eastern Beartooth Front south of Belfry
Palisades formation along the Eastern Beartooth Front south of Belfry
Raven harrassing a golden eagle. A subsequent photo shows the two battling over an animal carcass.
Raven harassing a golden eagle in a dispute over an animal carcass
Chrome Mountain summit northwest of Nye
Chrome Mountain summit northwest of Nye
Beartooth Pass
Beartooth Pass
Sandhill cranes
Sandhill cranes

About davidjkatz

The Moses family has lived on the Stillwater River since 1974, when George and Lucile Moses retired and moved to the Beehive from the Twin Cities. They’re gone now, but their four daughters (pictured at left, on the Beehive) and their families continue to spend time there, and have grown to love the area. This blog started as an email chain to keep the family informed about the threat of increased fracking activity in the area, but the desire to inform and get involved led to the creation of this blog.
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