This week’s Foto Friday Fun features images chosen by nine readers from my photo files with almost half the photos from the same place. Is that a coincidence considering all the possibilities. Plus #208 marks four years of Foto Friday Fun. And last Sunday was my birthday. So, next week pick a number from 1954 to 2017, for the years I’ve been alive.
Pam and John chose #3641, and figured out the commenting problem. Maybe they’ll share what they did different. Or I may have to sic the dragon on them. Just one of many amazing metal sculptures by Ricardo Breceda on display in Galleta Meadows. This post has seen a major number of recent views with all the major spring blooming going on around Borrego Springs, California.
Mary Lou chose #3242. Taken during the same winter 2015 as the photo above. But this time from a hike in Palm Canyon in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, California.
Diane and Nigel chose #2403, using last week’s date. Unbelievably, this shot was taken on a different date from above but also in Anza-Borrego.
Patti chose #210. I believe hiking Grand Canyon is on her bucket list. Hope seeing the Devils corkscrew on the Bright Angel trail doesn’t change her mind. This shot was taken the first time I hiked rim to rim. And although this section is never easy, it gotten easier every time.
Sallie gets #117 for the number of words in her last comment. I don’t know how she does it getting pics from one of her home states so regularly. This from a float on the Rogue River in Oregon back in July 2007.
My choice, because I’m a nepholographer, more amazing clouds at sunset over the Eastern Sierras from California’s Owens Valley. Do you enjoy nephelococcygia?
Thank you for playing along with Foto Friday Fun which allows me to share these photographs and memories. So remember, next week pick a number from 1954 to 2017, for the years I’ve been alive. Should be fun to see what that brings up.
Do you have a favorite this week?
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