This week’s Foto Friday Fun features images chosen by 11 readers from my photo files including wild skies, wildlife, and wild me.
Diane and Nigel chose #5558. A view they may have noted on their ride to or from the North Rim, but thank goodness their summer visit didn’t show snow like this late November visit from last year.
Bibi chose #3910, “part of my childhood address.” This view from Cape Royal on the North Rim could be considered part of my summer address at Grand Canyon.
Sherry and David chose #4647. The horse-sized zebras really put the giraffe’s height in perspective. Yes, I get a lot of butt shots on safari in Kruger National Park, South Africa.
Jodee and Bill chose #5111. Hyenas have a bad reputation but look just like puppy dogs, especially when sleeping. Well, maybe not like their Tessa. Lots of animals sleep at night on the warm roads and are still napping in the morning when visitors drive out early on safari at Kruger National Park.
Sallie let “that random dot place” choose #128. While working at Mount St Helens during the early 1990s I climbed the volcano with a friend. Probably the only mountain I’ll ever climb. The views were spectacular, the photo not so much, from this point looking south, with Swift Resevoir in the upper left.
Patti chose #20. A 1970 visit for me to cousins living in LaCanada, California.
Yogi let random dot org choose #7222. Another reason to visit Grand Canyon’s North Rim, especially during monsoon. Of course the rain could make the road to Point Sublime impassable.
Shane chose #4744. It’s not easy to see an elephant’s eyes. Or to get a photo. Thank goodness for zoom. I believe this one just finished with a mud facial at Kruger National Park.
Donna chose #307, one of two in a panorama. Horseshoe Bend, one of many tight turns along the Colorado River, can be seen from a high vantage point after a short sandy walk. Located off SR89 not far south of Page, Arizona.
Tough choice for me this week as I just got back from a wonderful road trip to Grand Canyon, Glen Canyon Dam, and Lee’s Ferry with over 4000 photos to choose from. Yet this journey ended up being about the Colorado River, and life.
Please join in 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.
Do you have a favorite this week?
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