This week’s Foto Friday Fun features 10 images chosen by readers from my photo files including several low numbers that take me back to Yarnell over the years.
Diane and Nigel chose #1908, for Diane’s birthday last week. Happy Birthday Diane! With fall on it’s way to the North Rim this shot seems appropriate from 2011 as the quaking aspen begin to turn gold.
Pam and John chose #8081. Every afternoon in Addo Elephant National Park herds of elephants head to the waterholes, hang out for a while playing and drinking, then leave so the next herd can do the same. I could sit all day and watch them.
Sherry and David chose #1229. View of the US93 bridge in central Arizona from Burro Creek campground.
Michael and Imkelina chose #1953. Oh to fly like a seagull over the Indian Ocean, or any ocean for that matter. Here from the Suspension Bridge Trail at Storms River Mouth, Tsitsikamma National Park, South Africa during March 2013.
Sallie and Bill chose #1940. Pillow rock sandstone looks almost comfortable enough to lay your head down on but better your feet for climbing. And there’s lots more places to rock climb at White Pocket in the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument. BTW, one of the many monuments we could see reduced and messed with by Zinke and #45.
Patti and Abi chose #410. An acrobatic squirrel gets rewards from the bird feeder outside my window when I lived in Yarnell, Arizona during January 2012.
Jodee and Bill get #57 for the number of words in their comment. My second store front after buying The Yarn Shop in 1983 in Tonasket, Washington. I sold yarn, craft supplies, and finished crafts made locally. Much fun even if not profitable. (My name was Gail then.)
Jeff chose #108, “the length of totality seconds in Idaho Falls.” Takes me a lot longer than that to unpack boxes every six months when I move the 5th-wheel.
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HAPPY 101st BIRTHDAY to the National Park Service today! And so it’s FREE to enter your National Parks. Which one will you be visiting?
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