This week’s Foto Friday Fun features 10 images chosen by readers from my photo files including lots of variety of rock, because I’m a rock hound.
Donna chose #657. Kind of looks like Flintstones’ pigeon holes but is really erosion by water in Navajo sandstone in Buckskin Gulch slot canyon.
Ann chose #23. My first season at Mount St Helens in 1992 I hiked with staff including volcanologists across the pumice plain, past Loowit Falls seen here, and into the crater.
Diane and Nigel chose #408. I bought this broken clay pot from a local who presumably found it in the area and claims it’s an artifact. It decorated my Yarnell rock garden back in 2008.
Pam and John chose #8040. August is monsoon time at Grand Canyon and sometimes the clouds swirl around the rock temples.
Sallie and Bill chose #100. My friend Patti taught me how to tie dye, and shows her dyed hands, in 2006.
Sherry and David chose #27. From the early 1970s when my boyfriend and another couple went to the upper peninsula of Michigan where we canoed on several lakes, this by a beaver dam.
Patti and Abi chose #390. Interesting wispy clouds from somewhere in Arizona.
Jodee and Bill chose #6011. From 2014, the only year I haven’t posted about Native American Heritage Days. Miss Hopi and her attendants asked the children in the crowd to do the dog tail dance. I just saw that dance again yesterday at this year’s Heritage Days.
Jeff chose #1796. A different perspective of a curvy road in Zion National Park, Utah.
My choice from this week’s days off camping at Crazy Jug Point watching a storm cross Grand Canyon. More coming on that.
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