This week’s Foto Friday Fun features 7 images chosen by readers from my photo files, heavy with sunsets, much light and shadow, plus throw in a lion.
Diane chose #6009, a glorious sunset over the Salton Sea at Corvina Beach Februrary 2015. This inland sea can be nasty or wonderful birding depending on which way the wind blows. I saw brown and white pelicans, egrets and herons, and walked on a beach of bones.
Mary Lou chose #4737. Last light on Wotans Throne makes the rock glow an intense orange. Taken from the Cape Royal Wedding site on the North Rim of Grand Canyon September 2014. And what a marvelous place this would be to get married.
Pam chose #5053, yet another sunset. This time over the Weaver Mountains in Kirkland, Arizona not far from Yarnell. March 27, 2013, the day after my birthday, on a drive home from Prescott I had to pull over for this marvelous sight.
Jodee chose #6963. Late in the afternoon, light and shadow play in Grand Canyon provides a fantastic show. This time there was a real bonus as light shone through Angels Window which I was standing on top of. The canyon never looks the same twice.
Yogi chose #7523. More of the last light in Grand Canyon highlights the temples and the far southern wall taken from the North Rim’s Grand Lodge July 24, 2015.
Sherry chose #6665, a touch of light and shadow contrast on a tiny creek along the Tsitsikamma Waterfall trail. This challenging trail offered scrambling over boulders plus the quiet and serene with a waterfall reward at the end.
Shane chose #7914. I’ve visited Addo Elephant National Park several times and love to see my favorite, and its namesake, animal there. Yet the 2014 visit I had the added bonus of seeing a lioness sleeping along the road. She wears a collar and may be from the reintroduction group released in the early 2000s.
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