USA – Final impression

Chipmunk in Yellowstone
Chipmunk in Yellowstone

Today, cute chipmunk says “Goodbye USA”. 😉 This year, it’s the last picture from North America. Obviously, I wasn’t able to cover all beautiful places we saw during our trip, but I’ll be back to USA on my blog, one day.

So, how do you like US landscapes?


Uroczy tamias żegna nas dzisiaj z USA. 🙂 W tym roku to ostatnie zdjęcie na moim blogu z Ameryki Północnej. Oczywiście, w ciągu jednego miesiąca nie byłam w stanie pokazać wszystkich pięknych czy charakterystycznych miejsc, które zwiedziliśmy w USA. Kiedyś, na moim blogu przyjdzie czas na kolejny miesiąc o USA!

Mam nadzieję, że podobało Wam się moje “wprowadzenie” do Ameryki Północnej. 🙂

68 thoughts on “USA – Final impression”

    1. Dzięki! Też wcześniej USA nie było moim wymarzonym krajem, ale przyroda mnie oczarowała 🙂

    1. “appetizer” – chyba użyję tego słówka następnym razem! 🙂 Dzięki!
      Przystawki powinny zaostrzać apetyt, więc mam nadzieję, że to tak działa! 😉

  1. Very nice picture ! It is always so difficult to take nice photos of small cute animals because they are moving all the time like crazy 🙂 But you have a great talent on that !

    I loved all the landscapes you presented on your blog and I got plenty of inspiration for my future trip to US (whenever that is).

    1. Thank you!
      And I’m glad my short posts inspire you, because that’s a goal of it! 🙂
      Have a great weekend!

  2. What a cute chipmunk! I’m sure he (or she) and the rest of the US wish you a happy trip to wherever you go next. 🙂 I did a six month road trip around the US once, and I agree with you, we have beautiful landscapes. Happy travels!

    1. Thank you!
      6 months sound great , I’m sure USA will be destination soon at some point, there is still lots to see and enjoy!

  3. How cute! I have lived in the US for 2 years and since I have left in 2002 I have only been back in transit, going to other parts of America. I think it is time I visit again…

    1. That’s nice! I’m sure during 2 years you had plenty possibilities to enjoy the beauty of USA! 🙂

  4. Lovely picture of a chipmunk. I’ve loved all your photos from the U.S. A. You showed us some sttunning scenery and beautiful wildlife.

    1. Thank you! I’m happy to hear it! 🙂 I wanted to show at least a bit of US beautiful nature and hopefully inspire to visit USA 🙂

    1. To samo mówiłam, aż dostałam moją “służbową” wizę na Hawaje, więc trzeba było wykorztsrać na inne stany 🙂

  5. US landscapes are some of the most amazing in the world – we recently drove from San Diego to the very top of Alaska, and the landscapes and wildlife along the way were amazing. So glad you enjoyed your time 🙂

  6. What I learned from my visits to US and from numerous blogs the landscapes there are as different as beautiful and picturesque.

  7. I was editing my third book and am just now catching up with new followers. Thanks so much for the follow. It looks like you had a grand time in the US – it’s so big, there are lots of places I haven’t seen myself. I can’t read Polish – I have a rudimentary knowledge of Czech, but my great- grandmother and great grandfather emigrated to the US from Poland in the 1890s. Their name was Paderewsky.

    1. Thank you, Noelle!

      USA is indeed a huge country, we were lucky to visit some amazing places, but still many others are waiting for us. 🙂

      It’s nice to hear you had Polish relatives! Have you actually ever been to Poland? Late spring is usually a lovely time to go there. 🙂 And, Paderewski is a famous name in Poland, mostly because of Ignacy Jan Paderewski

      Have a nice Sunday! 🙂

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