Snapshots from Idaho

Hello, again.

I spent the past week in Idaho celebrating my Grandmother’s 75th birthday. I typically make the short trek to Boise once a year, and my time spent there is focused on quality time with my Grams. Therefore, instead of writing a journal-like entry about my travels to the Gem State, I want to share my favorite snapshots of Idaho’s pastoral landscape and natural beauty.

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Downtown Boise, the state’s largest city and capitol.
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The high waters of the Boise River.
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A bridge path on the Boise Greenbelt, a scenic walking, jogging, and bike route that runs along the Boise River.
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Wildlife in the city.
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A cloudy day in the farmlands of Idaho’s Treasure Valley.
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An old lumber shop on the quiet main street of Meridian.
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Downtown Meridian invites feelings of nostalgia for an older era.

 

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A rural street in the countryside.
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At times, quaint, old farmhouses are all that separate the flat expanses of farmlands.
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There was a sense of readiness for springtime after a long, snowy winter.
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Another charming, old-fashion home.
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Sunsets in Treasure Valley are reminiscent of a 19th century romantic painting.

 

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Old and rusted.
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Snow-capped mountains are always on the horizon.
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The glow of a northwestern sunset lingers until late in the evening.

Thanks for checking out my photos! Until next time Idaho.

Later,

Tiff Dawg

For more, follow my adventures on Instagram!

 

 

 

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  1. Thank you for sharing your beautiful photos.

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  2. Beautiful pictures. You turn what’s ordinary into extraordinary.

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