This week’s Foto Friday Fun features 10 images chosen by readers including lots of mountains and a couple of old ruins.
Rita chose #7324. She’ll be happy to get another shot from Grand Canyon even if it mostly shows Humphrey Peak seen across canyon from the North Rim.
Pam and John chose #2110. These scattered rocks along the Transept Trail on the North Rim are the remains of a three-room abode around 1000 years old. The Ancestral Puebloans farmed during summer months on the rim of Grand Canyon. Not a bad place to live.
Donna chose #867. I could watch ants all day. But didn’t see any during this rainy first visit to Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park near Kanab, Utah.
Jeff chose #5250, “the cost of a San Diego Parking ticket $52.50.” Although this is called a Laughing Dove, that’s no laughing matter. (And he’s fighting the ticket.) This dove hung out in camp at Forever Resort in Badplass, South Africa where there is a thermal waterslide.
Sallie and Bill chose #111, their “oldest grandson’s 35th birthday.” And this is the oldest shot out of this week’s choices. Not only a giant root-wad but also a nursery tree seen along Quartz Creek trail in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington from 1992 when I worked as a Forest Ranger at Mount St. Helens.
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