This week’s Foto Friday Fun features images chosen by eight readers from my photo files including snow in Oregon, Grand Canyon views and my favorite animal in South Africa.
Mary Lou chose #6176. Maybe Joan or Jo can identify this pretty flower seen along the Suspension Bridge Trail in Tsitsikamma National Park, South Africa in February, 2014.
Sherry chose #19. What a winter it was when I volunteered at Oregon Caves in 2003. Little did I realize I’d be snowed in for several days. Yet it sure made the Chalet/visitor center look like a scene from the Alps.
John and Pam chose #6941. As I always say, there’s no bad views of Grand Canyon. I wonder how many visitors stop at the Vista Encantada picnic area along the scenic drive on the Walhalla Plateau at the North Rim for this view beyond Brady Peak across the Marble Plateau all the way to the Vermilion Cliffs in the distance. This shot taken 9-4-14.
Jean chose #1612. A zoomed in shot taken over Lake Powell in August, 2011.
Donna chose #57. A variety of cactus seen along the Baja during my winter visit in 2005. It was a very rough drive but worth every minute.
Patti chose #114, one of four in a panorama. A favorite view of House Rock Valley and the Vermilion Cliffs from SR89A.
Jodee and Bill chose #838, a view from the South Rim they may have seen this spring. I don’t spend much time on the South Rim but did enjoy a January visit in 2012. This shot taken from Pima Point on the Hermit Rest Road looking northeast with Wotan’s Throne of the North Rim in the distance.
My choice from Monday night’s attempt to see the moon rise for Solstice. Instead I saw a smoky haze that added color to the cloudy sunset from Point Imperial overlook on the North Rim Grand Canyon National Park.
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