This week’s Foto Friday Fun features 10 images chosen by readers from my photo files including lots of low numbers that really jogged my memories.
Mary Lou chose #1138. The beautiful Virgin River Gorge along I15 in Arizona through a bug splattered windshield on the way to Las Vegas for my 40th class reunion.
Patti chose #120. From the early 1990s while working at Mount St. Helens, a view of the blowdown around Ryan Lake from the Norway Pass trail. Only 10 years after the eruption and look at all that green.
Sherry and David chose #7689. While on safari in South Africa it’s not just the big animals I look for. There is also a large variety of birds like this Jackal buzzard seen at Addo Elephant National Park during March, 2014.
Pam and John chose #1137. This could almost be my Kirkland neighborhood but was actually taken at the Movie Set Museum in Kanab, Utah back in 2011. Not sure I’d recommend this unless you’re an old time western movie buff as there is so much more to do in the area.
Rosemary chose #5353, “as hubby’s birth date.” Not sure this fisherman would be wearing shorts during May in Scottburgh, South Africa where it would be winter. But I was there on a warm summer day in February, 2014.
Diane and Nigel chose #4448. They may remember driving through the standing dead forest from the 2006 Warm fire on the Kaibab National Forest. Many see the burnt trees as sad but I find them rather sculptural, especially against a stormy sky like this August, 2014 day.
Sallie and Bill chose #121, “next Friday’s date.” Another 1990s blast from the past of Mt. St. Helens wearing a lenticular cap of clouds seen from the above Norway Pass trail.
Donna chose #407, my 2011 display of Junior Ranger badges. And to prove I’ve been a busy Junior Ranger during the last five years I’ve included the current collection. This program is not just for kids and I learn so much earning my badges.
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