Hoodoo you think you are? I’ve never been surrounded by so many towering hoodoos. Remnants of the eroding caprock fill the amphitheater that is better known as Bryce Canyon National Park. The hikes… Continue reading
What do I believe will help make our cities more livable and enjoyable? Cycling, of course! For this week’s photo challenge I decided to look at what is under my wheels, not feet.… Continue reading
Triumph doesn’t always mean winning. Jerry is congratulated by his teammates after pulling out of a criterium bike race. At 73, he is still willing to mix it up with the young… Continue reading
Glacial lakes in the Canadian Rockies provided endless opportunities to see double. Vermillion Lakes just on the edge of the town of Banff was calm this particular morning resulting in mirror images from… Continue reading
A grizzly sleeping off a full belly after feasting on a carcass is best viewed through a looking glass. Wildlife viewing in Yellowstone Park is greatly enhanced by the use of spotting… Continue reading
A clear day in Los Angeles provides a deep blue backdrop highlighting the Getty Museum’s distinct lines and edges. Viewed from below in the Central Garden, this is the West Pavilion. The… Continue reading
This bloom was small and singular – a treasure amidst a rocky, dusty trail. This was taken in another treasure – Bryce Canyon National Park.
These flowers seem to tower with the Grand Teton range behind them. The wildflowers are blooming everywhere!
I almost feel like I’m cheating on this assignment since I’m currently touring National Parks. This was taken within Grand Teton National Park on the trail that circles Jenny Lake.