I spend a lot of time on social media.

Not only for work but because I am always inspired by what I see.

Of course, a huge part of what I love is the fashion inspiration (I mean my full name IS PrairieWifeInHeels) but I have found that social media has created an amazing space for photographers and videographers to show their stuff.

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I get lost in the wildlife photography of places I'll never get to see, and I laugh at the funny #momlife pictures, the beauty of an everyday moment caught at just the right time.

One of my favorite things is to stumble across someone sharing something about Wyoming.

Admittedly sometimes I end up tearing apart their content and sniffing out the lies, but often I find myself falling in love with our state all over again when I see it through someone else's eyes.

When I came across travel photographer Allison Anderson's video "My Solo Trip to Yellowstone" I was immediately captivated by the dreamy images and accompanying music.

I then stuck around for her simple but entertaining stories about her travels.

From laughing about how she needed to run back to the car and put on a few extra layers to stay warm, to listening to her talk about the gorgeous views and sunshine I thoroughly enjoyed this quick video.

Don't you agree that the combination of her beautiful footage and the music creates the dreamiest video about Yellowstone that you've ever seen?

I am wondering though...how on earth she does it all on her own?

Do think she is REALLY solo on all these trips?

If so, I admire her even more than I did before.

Stunning Pictures of the Wild Horses of Sand Wash Basin

The Sand Wash Basin HMA (Herd Management Area) is located in the northwest corner of Colorado, about 50 miles west of Craig, Colorado, and is home to over 800 wild horses. Scott Wilson is a Colorado photographer who was recently able to capture some amazing pictures of the herd.

Historic Eaton's Horse Drive Through Downtown Sheridan, Wyoming

The annual Eaton’s Horse Drive (each May) sees cowboys from nearby Eaton’s Ranch run their herd of around 100 head of horses through the heart of downtown Sheridan, Wyoming.