This week’s Foto Friday Fun features 11 images chosen by readers out of my photo files ranging from Oregon to Mexico, South Africa and Arizona.
Sallie and Bill get #46 for the number of words in their comment last week. Back in the 1980s I worked as an animal keeper at the California Living Museum in Bakersfield. This Ring-tail cat was on display in a dim environment as it would typically be seen only after dark.
Yogi chose #2273. Volunteer amateur astronomers from the Tucson area set up every June on the North Rim for Grand Canyon’s star party. Many urban and city dwelling visitors have never seen the sky so dark.
Donna chose #547. Another sunrise, unusual for me, from my camp off House Rock Valley Road on the way to hike Buckskin Gulch slot canyon back in 2009.
Patti chose #270. My previous 5th-wheel had smaller windows in the rear but more shelves for chachtkies. The view of the Siskiyou forest near Cave Junction, Oregon was dense and lush where I was a camphost(ess) at Cave Creek campground only four miles from where I worked as a Ranger at Oregon Caves National Monument in 2007.
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