This week’s Foto Friday Fun features images chosen by 11 readers from my photo files including an appropriate oldie for the holidays.
Pam and John chose #8967. Camping during January in crazy Quartzsite with 1000s of your new best friends, and a dozen or so you know and like. So fun I plan to return in 2017 to gather with Grand Canyon friends and hopefully the third Blogfest. Let me know if you’ll be camping in the desert near Q.
Mary Lou chose #1040. A special sight, a sundog seems so prominent yet faint at the same time, and difficult to photograph. Taken through the RV window above the Weaver Mountains in Yarnell, Arizona 1-30-12.
Diane and Nigel chose #4442. I love learning from interpretive signs and take photos of them for later possible ID. I didn’t see any frogs while visiting West Coast National Park, South Africa although I did see a lot of birds in wetlands so maybe they saw me. Wonder if they have signs for ID.
Bibi chose #2017, “which I hope will be a better year for the world.” What better to do when stuck in traffic at a road construction site but take photos. I believe this is when a Huge flash flood took out one lane of pavement on SR89A below the Vermilion Cliffs in 2011 and left behind garage-size boulders.
Sherry and David chose #2262, one of two in a lousy panorama. They are enjoying more colorful sunsets, and rises, daily in Florida than this soft pastel in Camdeboo National Park, South Africa. Taken on Valentine’s Day 2013 that we forgot about until the end of the day.
Donna chose #347 a panorama. If visiting the North Rim Grand Canyon don’t miss out on the Cliff Spring trail, one mile round trip through forest, along cliff edges and ultimately to the slow drip of water where animals frequently gather.
Patti chose #60, “Another leap by 10.” Takes us back to a 1983 Christmas in Tonasket, Washington at my craft and yarn store decorated with hand-made ornaments.
Sallie chose #1209. As she is on the way to a winter home in Florida I feel like she’ll soon be seeing crashing waves. Wonder if they look different than the waves I watched at Storms River Mouth, South Africa back in 2013.
My choice from going out to play on the RR tracks for the first December sunset. Please don’t worry as not many trains come through this way and you can hear the horn toot four times for many miles. Makes me dream to take a journey. Have you traveled by train?
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