Crows in the Yellowstone by Martin Grelle
Ive gone through Yellowstone National Park a number of times over the years, and I am always in awe of the beauty of the area. The inspiration for this painting is Lewis Falls, one of the easiest things to see in the park.Three Crow (Apsaalooke) are crossing below the falls, and the youngest of the party has turned to look above the falls - the question, and actually, the story, is who stirred up the birds (which happen to be crows) that are flying above the trees Sometimes, like in old movies, the unseen danger lets us imagine much more than the obvious. This print is from an edition size of only 150 prints in this series.
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