This week’s Foto Friday Fun features nine images chosen by readers including a few diverse views of Grand Canyon, baboons in South Africa, and a couple of insects.
Rita chose #20. Summer vacation 1970 probably taken with an instamatic camera. Several families, also friends, rented a row of cabin rooms along Lake of the Ozarks. We spent our days boating, skiing, and swimming.
Diane and Nigel chose #1512. Diane is quite good at capturing macros of insects so will like this walking stick. I learned to even take my camera to the bathroom when visiting Kruger National Park in South Africa. Plus, I was traveling with Joan, the Bug Lady.
Jeff chose #2010, “the year you [Gaelyn] hiked to the base of Moody Falls” from a photo last week. 2010 is also the first year I went to South Africa where I saw these baboons while hiking in the Drakensburg. They were pretty far away so I cropped the photo a bit.
Yogi chose #953 with help from random dot org. These monster trucks are the mode of transportation to Antelope Canyon on the Navajo Reservation near Page, Arizona. It’s a most amazing slot canyon, and very busy.
Sallie and Bill chose #9879, “a random # on a note posted on my bulletin board.” And this is a random shot taken through my RV window 4-25-15 and why the North Rim doesn’t open until May 15th.
Patti and Abi chose #570. Hard to see Weidmeyer’s Admiral butterfly on a log somewhere out in the Kaibab National Forest July 2009.
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