Bits and Pieces from Yellowstone and Grand Teton

I found sketches here and there in my travel sketchbooks that didn’t end up as a part of my Yellowstone and Grand Teton narrative. So here they are, a motley crew of images…

It seemed appropriate to sketch the sky in Big Sky, Montana, with Lone Mountain in the distance.

Also big in Big Sky: the cars. So many jeeps and trucks.

I’ve never seen a hydrant with one of these long flags sticking out of it. I want to look it up but I don’t know what the flag like thing is called. I’m guessing it’s so there’s some way to figure where the hydrant is even when it snows a fair bit?

Two quick sketches from the Natural History Museum of Utah in Salt Lake City. I’ve visited this museum every time we pass through Salt Lake City. I love everything about it.

I was too tired to figure the name of this building, right behind the Temple in downtown Salt Lake.

The week I came back, I missed the mountains, so I used a photo to do this little sketch:

Now I’m truly done with my summer travel sketches, which is a bit of a bummer: blogging them somehow extends the holiday experience.

If you missed any bits of the trip, here are all previous posts in this series:

Off to the Grand Tetons
Grand Teton National Park
More from the Grand Tetons
The Geysers of Yellowstone
North Yellowstone
Color at Yellowstone
Water at Yellowstone

About Suhita Shirodkar

obsessive-sketcher. graphic designer.
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3 Responses to Bits and Pieces from Yellowstone and Grand Teton

  1. So glad you decided to share these final sketches with us, and also include the links to previous posts, many of which I missed.

    Like

  2. Barbara says:

    THe flag alerts the presence of the hydrant when the snow is deep. There is one on the hydrant at the end of our driveway. I have loved your sketches and paintings, they bring back such great memories and are a source of inspiration. Many thanks.

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