This week’s Foto Friday Fun features 11 images chosen by readers from my photo files including lots of rock and water.
Donna chose #607. A stormy mid-April day in 2009 found me exploring ruins at Wupatki National Monument between snow flurries.
Jodee and Bill chose #9310, one in a panorama of six shots. They’ve been seeing some awesome waterfalls in the Pacific Northwest lately. I wonder if they thunder like Augrabies Falls in South Africa did during my March 2014 visit.
Pam and John get #53 for the number of words in their comment. Because they love to drive rough jeep roads I’d highly recommend the Baja race track which I saw some of during a trip to San Felipe and beyond in January 2005.
Mary Lou chose #6206. Seems I can never get enough of the waves crashing on the rocky shore at Tsitsikamma National Park, South Africa.
Sallie and Bill chose #9740, “part of Eugene’s zip code.” They should be back in Oregon bird watching so hope they enjoy these cormorants and a kingfisher at Mankwe Dam in Pilanesberg Game Reserve South Africa from the same visit as above.
Jeff chose #5112, “for the elevation of Devils tower, our first national monument.” The elevation in Yarnell, Arizona is just under that. I’ve taken so many sunset shots from there I lost count.
Patti and Abi chose #340. This solstice sundog taken in December 2008 seems like a good luck shot for their journey to Portugal and beyond.
Yogi chose #760. A 2009 sunset shot at Wahweap Bay Lake Powell.
For my choice this week, I had plenty of time on my drive out to Cape Royal for sunset and the milky way so stopped for views along the way. This view to the northeast from Vista Encantada along the Cape Royal Road looks beyond Grand Canyon to the Marble Plateau and beyond to Vermilion and Echo Cliffs. Surprised with how hazy it was that I could even see Navajo Mountain almost 100 miles away on the far right horizon.
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