This week’s Foto Friday Fun features images chosen by 11 readers from my photo files including sand, rock, water, and fossils.
Diane and Nigel chose #5553. While camping in Anza Borrego Desert State Park two winters ago the wind would occasionally whip up and the dust did fly. Good day to stay inside and take photos through the windows.
Mary Lou chose #6947. A lovely cluster of Selago Corymbosa along the road just north of George, South Africa when traveling with Joan during March 2014. We stop frequently for what ever catches the eye.
Jean chose #5453. Same sunrise as last week just a little earlier taken over the Indian Ocean from Scottburgh Caravan Park, South Africa. Is it possible to take too many photos of sunrise and set?
Sherry and David chose #5656, one of two in a panorama. Not all rock art is old especially when the rock is easily accessible. Seems more contemporary people like to add their marks to already existing native rock art. This was seen along a hike last July in a side canyon off Angel Canyon not far from Kanab, Utah.
Yogi chose #296 (one of two in a panorama) because “The NYMEX price for Natural Gas is $2.96.” He may currently be in the gas business but grew up on national forests because his Dad worked for the Forest Service. I wonder if his housing looked anything like the old Jacob Lake Ranger Station on the Kaibab National Forest. How were the beds Yogi?
Patti chose #930. If you like dinosaurs Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument is full of them, or at least their fossils, and some are on display at the fantastic little visitor center in Bigwater, Utah. Plus the outside displays are rather fun too.
Anne chose #912. The amazing color of Havasu Creek is much like the Carribean. What a treat to hike down to and visit the blue-green waters of the Havasupai Nation and see Havasu Falls.
Jodee and Bill chose #960. A wonderful adventure to Antelope Slot Canyon in Page, Arizona. The ride there is half the fun. Then a Navajo guide herds your 20 new best friends through the slot and back. Can only be visited on tour. Gorgeous, but I felt like cattle.
Donna chose #267. In 2009 I had a different truck with camper that sported a few bumper stickers.
Sallie chose #1251. It’s important to watch for buoys when boating on Lake Powell. Especially when you need fuel at Dangling Rope Marina.
My choice includes crepuscular rays in the Sunday morning light over Grand Canyon.
I’m changing it up next week so leave a number between 1 and 99 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.
Do you have a favorite this week?
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