This week’s Foto Friday Fun features images chosen by 10 readers from my photo files including the lovely light of morning and night plus an old toy you might be able to recognize.
Pam and John chose #9182. I believe they’d like this hike on the Dassie Nature Trail, except for the down pour experienced along the way. Sometimes it’s a challenge to find the trail markers at Augrabies Falls National Park, South Africa. Do you see them to the far right?
Diane and Nigel chose #4441. I enjoyed a front row seat with a delicious Greek dinner two nights in a row at this musical light show on the Boardwalk Mall in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. If you two get to PE I highly recommend this.
Bibi chose #112, “the number of my usual systolic blood pressure, ha.” I think my blood pressure would rise trying to weave sandals and bags like these examples on display at the Mesa Verde National Park museum in Colorado. These are similar to our flip-flops but we don’t use yucca plant fibers, yet.
Sherry and David chose #1227. Although I don’t care for the travesty called Lake Powell the contrasts of light and shadow plus blue and orange make for a breathtaking sight in this otherworldly landscape.
Patti chose #50, making her choices “taking leaps by 10.” Another old scanned print from my days as an animal keeper at the California Living Museum back in the 1980s. Wasn’t easy to see or photograph the nocturnal Ringtail Cat.
Donna chose #337, a necklace I made with coral, turquoise, and Japanese glass beads. Lesson learned about photographing jewelry against black with flecks of who knows what when I started over four years ago thinking about an online store. I’m still thinking about it and just ordered a portable light box which I hope helps clearly show the products against white. We’ll see.
Yogi let random dot org choose #5084. Long before moving to Kirkland, Arizona I drove through this range land and enjoyed a few sunsets over the Weaver Mountains.
Sallie chose #1205, one of two in a panorama. Fall along Cottonwood Creek displays a bit of yellow-green colors in an otherwise gray-brown sandy environment. One of few drives found in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Utah. Check road conditions in Cottonwood Canyon because it’s sometimes closed due to slippery mud or worse.
My choice from Thanksgiving Day while wandering around Berta’s gardens. She collects interesting stuff, loves rusty things, and gives them a home. Hard to say how long this toy has been around. Anybody recognize it?
Please join in next week by leaving a number between 1 and 9999 in your comment below. Thank you for playing along with Foto Friday Fun which allows me to share these photographs and memories.
Do you have a favorite this week? I can’t choose.
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