Thank you for joining in last week and sending in your favorite photo. This week’s Foto Friday Fun includes 7 images chosen by readers picking a number out of my photo archives. Very heavy on Grand Canyon images this week. Guess that’s a good thing because I only have 3 weeks left to my season, unless there’s a government shut down and then I’m finished September 30th.
Sherry chose #605, “the house number they put on the farm after they took away my great RR2 Box.” I don’t think this Giant Kingfisher seen at Kruger National Park in South Africa worries about a house address as much as where its next meal will come from.
Diane chose #912, “Not only the new number plate of our car but a Porsche model as well.” I know she likes classics and although I didn’t see any Porsches with this group I do see classic car clubs several times each summer at Grand Canyon.
Sallie chose #500, “Along with a tree-named street, it was actually our first street number after we were married (and the hot upstairs apartment was not as nice as the number sounds!).” I at least hope from the top floor you could watch the moon. I had to go out onto the Bright Angel Trail for this shot of moon rise over the Walhalla Plateau at Grand Canyon.
Bibi chose #19, “since oh, gosh, I forgot my daughter’s anniversary, which was the 19th.” I think she missed a window of opportunity. But nothing like this rock window over Curly Creek Falls above the Lewis River in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest near where I worked at Eagles Cliff General Store way back when.
Elaine chose #111 which takes me back to enjoy a Yarnell sunset. Won’t be long and I’ll be watching those again.
My choice this week of Watson Lake was taken along the drive from Yarnell to the canyon in Prescott, Arizona.
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