This week’s Foto Friday Fun features 6 images chosen by readers from my photo archives. I love sharing these memories as photos are drawn up from my past and will keep trying to post as I struggle with intermittent internet connection.
Jo chose #2014, “which is the next time there is a Friday 13th AND a full moon on the same day!” The next photo may have been a little more appropriate for her but instead it’s this unidentified plant seen while hiking on the Arizona Trail. I really like how the sunshine highlights the fuzzy leaves and unusual colored pods.
Yogi chose #2014, “cuz that is where we are.” Hiking in the Drakensburg Mountains, South Africa is where I was in 2010 and after getting soaked in a down pour I better understood why everything looks like a carpet of green.
Diane chose #2356. Sure hope she’s getting more interesting photos than this while traveling around Spain and Portugal. This fuzzy whatever it is on an unidentified plant caught my eye during a September 2010 walk to the rim for sunset at Toroweap, Grand Canyon National Park.
Jonker chose #9995, “just to see what the last photo in the grouping is.” As the camera’s numbering was about to turn over at Pilanesburg Game Reserve South Africa I caught this Zebra trying to hide behind the tall grass. (Note, the highest number has now dropped by one.)
My choice this week as sunset ended the work day walking the Bright Angel Point trail and hoping this ‘touron’ (tourist + moron) didn’t fall off the rocks with friends taking photos. I recommended they attend that night’s evening program called “Death in the Canyon” when I walked below their perilous view point.
Thank you for joining in Foto Friday Fun where readers choose a number from my archives and I share the corresponding photo and a story. To join in the fun for
next week leave a number between 01 and 9994 in a comment and maybe see your chosen image next week.
Do you have a favorite from this week?
I have so many photos to share from this recent journey in South Africa. So as I label them I’ll post every 100th image on the Geogypsy Facebook page where you can follow along.
Capturing the present for future memories of the past
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