This week’s Foto Friday Fun features seven images chosen by readers from my photo archives.
Sherry chose #117. From 10 years ago when I lived and worked in Oregon and sold at the Hope Mt. Barter Faire. Lots of good music and trading went on at this hippie gathering in Takelma.
Mary Lou chose #3813. Hippos hang out in the water most of the day as they sunburn. Then they come out at dusk to forage all night.
Diane chose #7771. I love hanging crystals in sunny windows that bring rainbows into my house.
Yogi chose #4621, “because $46.21 was the closing price on the New York Mercantile Exchange for West Texas Intermediate Crude Oil.” Instead of crude oil this image shows low clouds in Grand Canyon seen from the Walhalla overlook.
Sallie chose #666, “feeling devilish.” Nothing devilish about the gorgeous fall colors seen on the Kaibab National Forest. This from September 2012, but they look pretty similar every fall.
My choice from our recent fast drive to the South Rim and back to the North Rim when stopping at Navajo Bridge of which there are two bridges, one to drive and the older to walk.
Please join in for next week by leaving a number between 1 and 9999 in your comment below. A big thanks to everyone for playing along with Foto Friday Fun and allowing me to share these photographs and memories.
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