This week’s Foto Friday Fun features 11 images chosen by readers from my photo files including lots of rocks and a way to get over them.
Jim and Diana chose #3340, “That’s the height of Red Shirt Table, the highest point in Badlands National Park, located in the South, or ‘Stronghold’ Unit.” This shot of reflections in the gift shop at the North Rim Grand Canyon National Park is at 8200 feet and was taken during our 4th of July water parade in 2014.
Mary Lou chose #1272. Seems I’m always seeing faces and shapes in rocks. This unusual boulder was seen in a side canyon along the Cottonwood Canyon road in Grand Staircase-Escalante back in 2011. What do you see?
Diane and Nigel chose #3331. Another shot from the above 2014 4th of July water parade. One of our maintenance guys dressed up as Uncle Sam uses a large tank on his old truck to keep the water coming.
Ann and Bill chose #3227. When hiking the short Cape Royal trail on the North Rim Grand Canyon you can see the Colorado River through Angels Window. You can even go out on top of this rock fin. I’m betting they’ve both been here when visiting.
Pam and John chose #1277. Same side canyon as above along Cottonwood Canyon Road the erosion caused a hole in this boulder and Mike is peering through it.
Jodee and Bill chose #3010. When Jim and Gayle visited the North Rim summer of 2015, Bill and I took them hiking on the Rainbow Rim trail on the Kaibab National Forest. We started our hike at Parissawampitts Point where this shot was taken of Grand Canyon.
Sallie chose #9998. This was my RV window view on April 26, 2015 at the North Rim Grand Canyon of Transept Canyon.
Donna chose #427. The 2010 hike into Havasu Canyon was amazing. Once at the bottom we saw the Wii’igliva sentinals watching over the village of Supai.
My choice is a teaser for seeing California fan palms hiking in Palm Canyon on the KOFA National Wildlife Refuge.
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Do you have a favorite this week?
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