This week’s Foto Friday Fun features images chosen by eight readers from my photo files including photos from travels and home.
George & Suzie chose #0918. Crepuscular rays break through dark clouds over the Vermilion Cliffs as I drive by on a late August day going from Flagstaff to the North Rim back in 2012.
Pam chose #2040 and I think she’d like to hike here. Golden Gate Highlands National Park in South Africa offers a wonderful combination of green on red rock. We had comfortable day temps but a cold night even in South Africa’s February summer day in 2013.
Sherry often gets so excited about the photos she forgets to leave a number. Her comment had 67 words and that brings an oldie shot from 2005 of Carson guarding my old 5th-wheel in Yarnell, Arizona. This shot makes me both happy and sad.
Diane chose #8009. Hopi artist Ramson is also a teacher and encourages expanding the traditional arts among his people. He’s demonstrating the art of glass blowing at the 2015 Native American Heritage Days at the North Rim Grand Canyon National Park.
Sallie chose #0363, “in honor of our middle son’s March birth month and year.” I hope he likes this windshield shot while out on a drive just north of Yarnell, Arizona on the Wagner Road back in December 2011. BTW, my birthday is this month too.
Barb chose #0025, the San Juan Mountains in her home state of Colorado. When I worked at Mesa Verde National Park this was one of my playgrounds.
Teri chose #1120. She should identify with this as she spends much time along the Gulf coast in TX yet there it’s sand instead of rock. This scene, among 100s of others, was taken while relaxing at Tsitsikamma National Park South Africa during March 2013.
My choice overlooking the badlands at Zabriskie Point from a recent visit to Death Valley National Park to see the Super Bloom.
Please join in for next week by leaving a number between 0001 and 9999 in your comment below. Thanks for playing along with Foto Friday Fun and allowing me to share these photographs and memories.
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