Late Summer in Pocatello, ID
A view of Inkom, Idaho, with Pebble Creek ski area in the background.
It's fall time in western Montana.
A canal in Pocatello, Idaho.
A typical rainy fall day in Pocatello, Idaho.
A storm rolling in over a grain field.
A snowstorm on Oxford Peak in southeast Idaho.
Swiss reflection on the Lauerzer See.
A warm afternoon in Pocatello, Idaho.
Lower Falls in the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. At 308 feet, the Lower Falls is the tallest waterfall in the park. In terms of height alone, it’s more than twice the size of Niagara Falls. The amount of water flowing over the falls varies greatly depending on the season. At peak runoff times in the spring, 63,500 gal/sec flow over the falls, whereas at lower runoff times in the fall, the flow diminishes to 5,000 gal/sec. ~ source from Yellowstonepark.com.
Flooding fields in the Pocatello, ID area during the thaw.
One of many lakes found along side the "All American Road" Beartooth Highway US212. This 68 mile Scenic byway winds its way through southwest Montana and northwest Wyoming and leads into Yellowstone National Park at its Northeast Entrance.
One of many irrigation canals found around Chubbuck, Idaho.
The falls in Idaho Falls on a late winter day.
Sunset Time Pocatello, Idaho Cemetery.
Outside Driggs, Idaho on a warm spring day.
The first lupines are coming up with a fairly big storm on the horizon.