This week’s Foto Friday Fun features ten images chosen by readers from my photo files including several photos from Grand Canyon and my new most favorite.
Mary Lou chose #2320. While camped for about a month during winter 2014 in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park storms came and went providing some amazing clouds and here crepuscular rays as well.
Jim and Diana chose #1970, “the year Sleeping Bear Dunes was made a national lakeshore.” I remember that because I lived in a suburb of Chicago in 1970 and was 16 years old. Used to visit the dunes regularly.
Patti chose #140 in her leaps of 10. Paradise Lost is one of the most decorated rooms in Oregon Caves. But to get there on tour required climbing over 50 steps. Many visitors declined but I did it every time I led a tour.
Sherry and David chose #3654. During July monsoon at Grand Canyon the clouds often drift away right around sunset.
Yogi chose #2030, also advancing by 10. Late light at Zion National Park enhances the rich colors of the sandstone walls.
Sallie chose #3917, “last part of our zip code.” I’d be sure there is no zip code for the most remote location I’ve ever experienced along the north rim of Grand Canyon at Jumpup Point on the Kaibab National Forest.
Jodee and Bill chose #2470, one of four in a zoomed in panorama of Sky Island seen from the Walhalla overlook on the North Rim of Grand Canyon.
My choice is a top favorite from this current road trip camping along Darby Well Road on BLM near Ajo, Arizona. I didn’t even notice the anticrepuscular rays—opposite the sun—while taking the photo.
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