A mountain goat munches on the glacier lilies, not bothering to pay much attention to the humans tiptoeing around and taking pictures.
A ground squirrel poses for visitors at Logan Pass in Glacier National Park. I swear, he really was posing. He would hold one photogenic position for a minute, then calmly change to another while the humans danced around to line up the next shot. You could tell this was old hat to him.
One of my neighbors keeps a few llamas and they trot to the fence everytime I walk by. They seem to be friendly beasts and I'm always tempted to go up and give them a pat. However, I've heard they spit, so I don't. They don't seem to mind posing for me, at any rate.
This old barn sits on a quiet corner of a field not far from my house. I pass it often on my walks.
I often have deer wandering through my yard. In the spring I see small fawns with white spots; by late summer, the fawns have grown rapidly into small versions of the adult deer.
Sunset in Montana. I have so many of these photos now, but each colorful sunset seems new to me with its own unique beauty.