This week’s Foto Friday Fun features eight images chosen by readers from my photo files including canyons, forest, and desert.
Sherry and David chose #2947. An afternoon in June, 2015 a storm blew through leaving wisps of low cloud hovering around Wotans Throne. This Wedding site view can be experienced at the end of the Cape Royal Road. Would make a magical wedding backdrop.
Jim and Diana chose #1461, “the number I am setting in my digital countdown calendar this morning.” When looking at the walls of Grand Canyon I have to think of geologic time. The top layer of Saddle Mountain is about 300 million years old, ancient sand dunes. This northeastern view is from Point Imperial overlook on the North Rim.
Diane and Nigel chose #4449. They are currently flying to Southern Africa for several weeks so chances are exceedingly good they will see Impalas, a small buck much like our antelope, that left these prints and scat along the road in Kruger National Park.
Jodee and Bill chose #6411. In contemplation? Perhaps. This is my previous supervisor admiring the foggy view from an overlook below the Grand Lodge on the North Rim Grand Canyon.
Mary Lou chose #3227. You probably know I like rocks, and I’m a pareidolia so I see a hound dog in this boulder. Although I’m not sure what drew me to photograph this while hiking the Borrego Palm Canyon trail in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park a couple years ago. What do you see?
Sallie chose #128. From back in 2007 when rafting the Rogue River in Oregon I saw this huge nest and an Osprey nearby.
My choice is the light and shadows dancing across the KOFA Mountains not too far south from my current Quartzsite, Arizona location. I should be looking at those more next week.
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