This year has been tough for me. The highlights have all revolved around connections. It’s nice to go back and re-visit those.
Our May trip to the Utah National Parks was filled with upward motion. This is a photo of the switchback “Walter’s Wiggles” on the way up to Angels Landing in Zion. Those little spots of color between the trees are people near the top of the switchback. Props to these random strangers for posing forContinue reading “Walter’s Wiggles”
While in San Antonio last spring, I noticed this dapper older man waiting on a bench. He caught my eye, and I snapped a picture. Look at the shine on those shoes! This is my contribution to the Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge entitled Waiting.
Our local botanical garden hosted an art in the garden event. These copper plates on posts really caught my eye. They were a unique, warm, metallic addition to an otherwise very organic vista. In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: Shine
I was drawn to the sharp outlines of the canoe against the softly rippling water and wavy clouds and mountain outline. For The Daily Post’s photo challenge: Edge
Two photos, just because This week, let your inner world and the outside one converge in a photo. Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Grid.”
Opal Creek is a preserved natural area near Detroit Lake, Oregon. It was saved from logging in a contentious battle in the 1990s. The hike is about 7 miles to the pool and back, although much of it is on an old road, which is accessible by mountain bike. The road leads to Jawbone Flats,Continue reading “Opal Creek Hike (7 miles) January 2015”