This week’s Foto Friday Fun features images chosen by eight readers from my photo files including marvelous views in South Africa and Grand Canyon.
Mary Lou chose #2426. The patio dining was a delightful place for breakfast at the Old Mill Lodge where I overnighted in Oudtshoorn, South Africa in March 2013.
John and Pam chose #9240, one of three in a panorama. I believe they’d love the hiking at Augrabies Falls National Park in South Africa. This is the view of where Joan and I hiked from the top of Moon Rock. The day before we tried to summit but were rained out.
Patti chose #827. More than half the mohair on earth is produced in South Africa. So I stopped at The Mill Living Center in Plettenberg Bay specifically to buy a mohair blanket. Food pellets are available to feed the Angora goats. Not my usual style of photography but I love this spontaneous shot.
Yogi chose #169, “since that should be the 169th post and the only thing better than a prime number for me is the square of a prime number.” He lost me at ‘number’. This shot is a little fuzzy but then I did have a big ‘prime’ bison crossing the road right in front of me.
Donna chose #77. I’m really pleased with this shot taken in Oregon Caves National Monument while working as a Park Ranger. Lighting is difficult in caves and this was a P&S in 2007.
Jodee chose #539. Maybe she knows more about old cars than I do. Classic car clubs occasionally drive up to the North Rim causing many gawkers to pause. Saw this Cadillac in October 2012.
Diane chose #7777. Being she’s currently visiting the North Rim she might have seen this view of the Paria Plateau on the drive in.
My choice taken 6-29-16 from Cape Royal watching a storm approach with guests Diane (above) and Nigel. Had a great day dodging a few raindrops.
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Do you have a favorite this week?