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Retired In Montana

Linda Lantzy of Idaho Scenic Images snapped this photo during a recent trip to Montana and Wyoming. You might be interested in a calendar of North Idaho scenics that Linda will offer soon. You can check that out here.

Wolf Lodge Bay Sunset

On her Idaho Scenic Images Facebook page, Linda Lantzy posts the photo above and this cutline information: “On the way to dinner tonight, I detoured out to Wolf Lodge Bay. The sun only lines up across the bay during a few weeks in spring and fall. Looks like I almost missed it this year.”

Idaho Scenics: ‘A Little Pink Sky’

I’ve wanted to post this terrific photo by Linda Lantzy/Idaho Scenic Images since I first saw it last week. Post Linda: “It felt good to get out tonight. It seems like it’s been awhile. Just a little pink sky over the lake.”

Artwalk Tonight In Downtown CdA

I’m not exactly sure where this Idaho Scenic Images photo by Linda Lantzy was taken. Mebbe far northeastern corner of Washington state. She calls it “Big Muddy.” Remember, you can a collection of Linda’s photos tonight at Angel Gallery during the Artwalk in downtown Coeur d’Alene. Tell her that Huckleberries Online sent you.

Linda Lantzy’s Pre-Storm Color

Linda Lantzy/Idaho Scenic Images has posted a number of new photos from around the Inland Northwest on her blog, including the one above, which she labels as “Pre-storm color on the Spokane River.” The entire posting is titled, “A very wet spring.”

Hi-Noon: Reflections On Mica Bay

At Idaho Scenic Images, Linda Lantzy provides this swell shot she calls “Reflections on Mica Bay.” You can see her photos on her Facebook page here.

Question: Do you have a favorite bay on Lake Coeur d’Alene or one of the other North Idaho lakes? Why is it your favorite?

Idaho Scenic Images: Out In Montana

At Idaho Scenic Images, Linda Lantzy is on an absolute roll with her terrific photos of northwestern Montana and Glacier National Park (my old stomping grounds). Anyone who has ever lived in the Flathead Valley or spent time in Glacier will appreciate Linda’s photography from her recent trip to Montana.

Question: Have you ever lived in Montana? When? Where? How would you compare Montana to Idaho?

NIdaho Blogs: Glacier, A Black Bear, & Me

On her Facebook site, Linda Lantzy/Idaho Scenic Images writes of this Glacier Park photo: “This is just about the time a black bear walked up behind me.” Linda has posted a number of photos from her recent trip to northwestern Montana here.

Question: What spot in Glacier National Park is your favorite to visit?

P.S. Riding Off Into The Sunset

At Idaho Scenic Images, photographer Linda Lantzy calls this photo of the month: “Railroad tracks lead into sunset.” You can check out Linda’s latest photography, including a terrific photo of Glacier National Park on her Facebook page here.

Bombs Bursting In Air

In case you missed the fireworks of the north shore Sunday, Idaho Scenic Images provides the one above, as well as several others in her Facebook album. Writes ISC: “I braved the crowds and went to the fireworks show last night. This was really just an experiment for me. … I haven’t done much of this type of work. It was fun though.”

Parting Shot — 6.21.10

I thought I’d leave you with one of the breath-taking photos of Lake Coeur d’Alene taken by Linda Lantzy @ Idaho Scenic Images. You can view her work on her Facebook page here.

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