A few years ago I went to see my daughter in Colorado. She and her boyfriend took me up to St. Elmo to try to capture the last of the fall color and take pictures of the ghost town. While I was there, I found these old outhouses. This is my submission to Cee’s MidweekContinue reading “Outhouses”
A couple of years ago, my husband and I went to Salt Lake City for a concert. During the time we spent there, we went to the state house so I could take some pictures. I was just going to shoot the outside, but I peeked inside, then ventured in. I had the place toContinue reading “Don’t Forget to Look Up”
In 2011, my then young sons and daughter and I took a road trip to Texas. She was entering her freshman year at college, and I wanted to create some memories as we started this new chapter. We stopped at the Grand Canyon and hiked to Three Mile House. That was my choice. I hadContinue reading “Montezuma’s Castle”
The Oregon Coast is a funny place. It can be windy and cold in the summer and calm and sunny in the winter. I’ve spent more than a few New Years’ here and had beautiful blue skies like these. This was a great way to send of 2018.
Mr. A and I recently took a trip to Salt Lake City. We went to see a concert, but we also hit the streets and saw a lot of the city and surrounding areas. Our first night there we enjoyed the beautiful display of Christmas lights all around the city and especially in Temple Square.
I have no excuses, as I have had my coffee this morning, but I accidentally uploaded my photos to my writing site. If you would like to see them, click here.
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”
Now she walks in quiet solitude the forest and the streams Seeking grace in every step she takes Her sight has turned inside herself to try and understand The serenity of a clear blue mountain lake. (Technically, a beaver pond, but you get the picture. Lyrics from my soul song, Colorado Rocky Mountain High, byContinue reading “Serene”
These photos were all taken on Mormon Row in the Tetons. We were lucky to get a beautiful clear day on the first try. On the second it had snowed in the mountains and the clouds were low, but we had to go back and get the iconic Teton barn we missed the first timeContinue reading “CFFC – Barns and Old Houses”
View from the Clark Hill rest stop overlook on Hwy 26 in Eastern Idaho