Exploring paths less traveled
The beaver's construction looks almost like an artistic rendering of the mountain in the background. I like the human perspective on this as well.
excellent photo with amazing colors.Have a great weekendGuyRegina In Pictures
That's a cool photo...and a huge beaver lodge...
Looks so unreal when enlarged. It kinda has a feel of a painting.
"For Sale By Owner"Spacious 4BR lodge with running water. Inquire within.Great stuff. I guess I didn't realize how BIG those things could get!
I had no idea those dams could be so large. Ambitious lot, weren't they?
How cool - that's a great shot! Love it.
That's a beautiful shot. I like beavers although I know people who complain about some of the ramifications of their engineering feats around local ponds. I figure the beavers were there before the subdivisions so the beavers should have squatters rights.
Janie: Very cool capture of the beaver lodge, what a neat way to show the building size.
Guess it wasn't good enough for them, Janie... They must have moved on to build another 'palace'... ha haGreat sky!!!!Hugs,Betsy
Beautiful blue sky up above. The beaver lodge is great, makes for a wonderful photo.
cool photo...love the pose on the beaver lodge
Those beavers sure know how to pick a spot to call home. Great shot!
That is one cool beaver lodge.
Perhaps it's all done out in 'last year's sticks'...can't be outdone by the beaver's upstream. ;)
Wow beautiful place and sky.Great photo!
They are amazing things and this is a great shot.
Beautiful photo and great composition and colour. Thanks for sharing and have a great weekend.Smiles from Haida Gwaii
Go Utah! It's a great state. Beautiful skies and country. I like your pic. I can imagine a little beaver in there :)
That's a good sized beaver lodge. Sure it's abandoned? You must have taken another beautiful ride.Catch up with you in about a week.
Nobody commented on Steve playing King of the Mountain!
I like the clouds stuck to the mountain tops. Thats one big beaver lodge.
Hi Janie, I drove up to Evanston last weekend....a storm went through the ares and laid down several inches of wet snow...which melted quickly. It was a nice trip though...spring is definitely coming to the "high country"..Thanks for checking my blog!
Oh, those beavers really work. Nice photo. You have a good weekend. P.S. My Skywatch Photo today is of a place in Utah. Maybe you have been there.
He has conquered the beaver lodge .. I expect to see a flag waving in his hand... happy weekend
How cool is that!!!
Wow, I never realize that even an abandoned one can be so big. Thanks for sharing.
Shame the beavers moved out after so much skilled and hard work.Great capture. Thanks for sharing. Have a good weekend.
I love beavers!! They're so cool and they work so hard. The ants of the big world!
I can't imagine standing on a beaver dam. Great photo.
A wonderful photo and what magnificent scenery. Have a great weekend both of you.
Wow, that's one serious beaver lodge! Great photo. :)
What a find! And what an ambitious little creature. Nice shot. Thanks for sharing your part of the world. [It makes me a bit homesick for my hometown in Idaho.]
That is some beaver lodge! I thoroughly enjoyed this beautiful picture.
Janie, it is fantastic what you discover on your trekking. The most elaborate buildings!
love the play of the clouds on the mountains in the background and of course the mountains are set off beautifully by the blue sky.
Such a beautiful scenery. You live in a beautiful place. Have a nice day. Thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog.
A very striking pose, with a scenic backdrop.
we only hear about beaver lodges here, i see they are really real. hugs from london.
We have a lot of beaver lodges around here and I have never seen one that big. It must be an apartment building for a few families!
After building that, they abandoned it? They must have found some better trees somewhere?