The cookie is gone
Out my window yesterday afternoon in black and white
Out my window last evening.
Scavenger Hunt Sunday
Before and After
Framed and highlighted blurred the edges.
Natures lines in the first picture and mans lines in Little Cottonwood canyon in Utah.
Which pair of shoes should I wear?
Men think different from Women. This is My idea of what shoes should I wear today.
A man’s choice versus a woman’s choice
Grandpa’s hands with a granddaughter. (Honey Mommy’s Daughter)
A group of my friends and a couple of our wives went on a trail ride this week. We thought it would be on a dirt road with a few rough places. We were following what is called the Hole In the Rock trail. In 1879-1880 winter a group of Mormon settlers left to settle what would become Bluff, Utah. 70 wagons with families went on this trip. The journey was supposed to take 6 weeks to make a trail 200 miles over country no one had traveled before, it took 6 months to make the trip and 3 babies were born on the trip. Great history and what a ride. Enjoy some of the views.
Food for thought. These wagon track were made over 135 years ago. These people did not think a thing about what they had to do. We wouldn’t either.
Nature has wonderful colors. I could not chose between these so both are posted.
When the prompts were posted my wife told me what they were and I thought she said “in da sky” I thought this fit.
Wonderful open shape in the red rocks, what do you see?
This is a picture from the top of the hill looking out across the path the wagon train took.
More Photo’s from our trip
I titled this natures mixing bowl. Large rock become round and small.
The group we went with at lunch. Do you see a trail here?
This is our ride. Where does the trail go from here?
This is the kind of ride that put my wife off this kind of ride.
IT really scared her.
Close up of the cookie just before it disappeared. (Macadamia nut)
After taking this texture picture I decided to show where it came from (picture below). It is the inside of an aircraft panel and the texture is to keep the panel from vibrating and warping. It is not the moon surface.
Inside of the aircraft panel.
The wind is a fluid. We can not see it but we can see the results. This wind sock is home for the wind indications.
This week it has been cold and when I go to work the windshield and side windows of my car are covered with frost. I loved the shot from the inside out with a dark background.
I must admit this is a little older picture of a Tree in Texas just before sunset with the clouds parting. Timing is everything and I get lucky a lot.
95MPH at just under 14,000 ft above sea level over the Rockies.
Under the wing of an aircraft of sunrise shadows in Nevada
Sunrise at 13,000 ft over the Windriver mountains going East
Eyes looking at ya on this “fly”
Always look on the bright side
Bright and sunny looking for a great day.