This week’s Foto Friday Fun features eight images chosen by readers from my photo files including a funny family photo at the beach.
Pam and John chose #4322. When visiting Port Elizabeth, South Africa my friend Jonker toured me all over town seeing cultural and natural sites with the Mannville Outdoor Theater in St. George’s Park including a mix of history in an outdoor setting.
Diane and Nigel chose #2907. Having lived in South Africa they will understand my love for the land. While visiting in 2013 Swartberg Pass was my favorite drive out of about a dozen mountain passes. Possibly the rocky landscape reminded me of the Southwest.
Jeff chose #1913, “the year of the Great Dayton Flood.” Although I love the Suspension Bridge trail in Tsitsikamma National Park, South Africa, I wouldn’t want to be on the bridge if the Storms River flooded.
Jodee and Bill chose #6560. Another shot at Tsitsikamma National Park the following year’s visit as the sun set into the Indian Ocean. Hope they are getting some colorful sunsets into the Pacific Ocean.
Sherry and David chose #17. Although I’ve never been keen on the state of Texas I sure did enjoy the winter visits with family, despite the humidity. Dad loved to drive his big Lincoln on the beach at San Padre Island. Mom and his sister Kay collected shells while I took photos. This was in 2005 and they are all gone now, but I will always carry the memories.
Yogi chose #998. The first day of my first visit to Kruger National Park in South Africa, 2010, and I saw lions and the rest of the Big Five. These two young males are just growing their manes and will probably sleep on the warm road over night with the rest of their pride.
Donna chose #647. Doesn’t get much better than the views from Crazy Jug Point during July 2010 monsoon with a double rainbow gift. I’ll be out there next week and hope to get that lucky again.
My choice from a recent drive into the Kaibab National Forest. Due to snow weight the young aspen saplings often bend and to me look like they’re dancing. This time of year they get to dance in a field of wildflowers like these lupines.
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