This week’s Foto Friday Fun features nine images chosen by readers from my photo files including my favorite summer place to shoot and back on the local RR tracks.
Pam and John chose #3666. They have been playing and weddinging on Florida beaches with more sand than Kidds Beach in South Africa. This was a place of tide pools with interesting rocks, creatures, and little fishes. Can you see them?
Patti chose #90, “another leap of 10 and in tribute to Christmas, 10 Lords a Leaping.” This 1961 second-grade class photo is definitely a leap into the past. Can you find me?
Sherry and David chose #7221. What better than an after monsoon rain followed by a rainbow into Roaring Springs Canyon on the North Rim Grand Canyon National Park taken 9-6-14. It would be a long walk down to find that pot of gold.
Gumo chose #4238, “my address.” This July scene of rain moving across Grand Canyon was taken from my North Rim summer address in 2014.
Jodee and Bill chose #7380. Cactus come in so many colors. And when wandering around my friend’s place at the Buzzards Roost I saw colors all over in more than just cactus. Plus if you’re looking for a place to overnight in Joshua Tree, California you should check out their vintage trailer to stay in.
Diane and Nigel chose #4445. If they visit Port Elizabeth during their February trip to South Africa I recommend dinner on the Boardwalk entertained by the musical light show.
Donna chose #377. My second rim to rim hike across Grand Canyon was a little easier. A visitor took this shot of me right after I topped out. Yes, I frequently hike in a skirt.
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?
This will be my last post, for 2016. I’m working on a review of this amazing, and crazy, year. A special thanks to all of you following along on life’s journey. Here’s lookin’ at ya’.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!
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