Lewis Falls

Since April 2020 I have posted on Facebook a painting each day as a brief diversion from the lockdowns and other bad news this year. Neglecting my weblog, I’ll post in the coming days some of my better posts.

“Lewis Falls”, 8×16, acrylic on board

Lewis Falls, located near the southern entrance to Yellowstone National Paris, is one of the first roadside stops visitors encounter. Named for Meriwether Lewis of the famed Lewis and Clark Expedition, the Lewis River drops 30 feet over a broad ledge. 

Having been by there a number of times in all seasons, most people don’t see it in winter. Today’s offering from the “Studio Hold” is a winter scene of this beautiful falls.