This week’s Foto Friday Fun features 10 photos chosen by readers. Hope you’ll pick out your favorite and join in the fun next week.
Susie of Arabia really liked last weeks zebra photo and this week chose #2378, a phone number from her past. I dialed in on this pair of Pale Chanting Goshawks at Camdeboo National Park near Graaff-Reinet during my recent travels to South Africa.
Diane likes Porsches so chose #911. Sorry no Porsches, instead you get a 1939 Royals Royce Phantom that I saw parked at the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park. Hope that will do.
After liking the red rocks last week it seems appropriate that Barb’s choice includes the red rock of another canyon. Number 10 was taken from the Walhalla overlook on the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park. A special treat with a bit of rainbow thrown in.
Because I’m a little dyslexic, this week’s selection of #67 for Arija shows more of my old art work from 1988. I’ve always wanted to paint with watercolors yet always make mud when mixing paint. This one at least turned out pink. And how fitting the flowers are for this gardening lady.
Guess I have Sherry fooled into thinking I’m a “fabulous photo artist.” Really I take so many photos I just get lucky sometimes. Although I have plenty of fall color images from the Kaibab Plateau her choice of #1980 is rather dull. Check out Sherry’s site for the lush colors of Florida State Parks.
Elaine likes the “fabulous stories” I share. Her random #1001 of Red Butte was taken on the fly as I left the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park. Side mirrors work great when the sun gets in your eyes.
Janie chose #61 because that’s how hold she’ll be this year. Although that’s not old, this seems to be the week for my old art. Before digital photography I captured the likeness of places I lived sometimes drawing from my favorite sitting place. In this case the apartment living room long ago in 1988 when I was still married and we lived in Bakersfield, California for nine months. Exactly how long the school term was for my step-son. Notice the maps on the wall? Even then I dreamed of travel but my ex-husband wanted to cruise the world in a sailboat and I’m really more of a terrestrial person.
Lynda chose #1307 as the condo number where she’s currently staying. I hope she doesn’t find any Hippos in San Carlos, Mexico. If you do, please send them home to Kruger National Park where they belong in South Africa.
I hope you’re all enjoying Foto Friday Fun because it gives me an opportunity to share more of my 100s of 1000s of photos. If you’d like to play along, please leave a number between 1 and 6000 in a comment and maybe you can see your chosen image next week. Which one is your favorite?
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