Sunrise Moose. I’d say it is the best kind, but I would take a moose and mountain view any time of the day. The ever elusive moose has always intrigued me and I was stunned to be this close to a wild moose. I’m an excitable person by nature, but not much has made my heart go pitter pat as did this moose on our shared mountain top this morning.
I’d gotten up early to photograph the sunrise and was happily engaged in the gorgeous, early morning colors.
Deeply engrossed in the emerging flavors of light, I heard a noise and looked to the right. This was my view:
The moose did not seem as excited to see me.
However serious looking, I feel that this moose was quite capable of telling jokes like this one:
A man happened upon a moose in a field and asked what the moose was doing.
The moose replied that he was hoping to win a Nobel Prize.
The man questioned the moose as to how he expected to accomplish that to which the moose replied, “I hear they give the Nobel Prize to those that are outstanding in their field.”
My new moose friend casually wondered off in search of more Aspen leaves.
Best. Breakfast. Ever.
What’s better than one moose munching on Aspen leaves in the mountains of Wyoming?
A second moose, of course.
Overheard in the woods earlier today, “Do you like long walks on the beach? I will treat you to a nice dinner of aspen leaves.”