I love waterfalls.
About two months ago, I went on a 15-day adventure during which I spent 8 days in Canada, touring five of its national parks situated along Rocky Mountain.
Happy Friday! We made it, yay!!!
Hi, everyone, just want to wish the readers in the U.S. a happy Fourth of July.
I took another day trip yesterday. This time, the destination was Golden Spike National Historic Site.
What a view, right?
This is one of my favorite photos from the Dinosaur National Monument which I visited last Saturday.
Dictionary.com defined the word, transient, as not lasting, enduring, or permanent.
As some of you know from yesterday’s post, I went on a day trip to Dinosaur National Monument which is located on the border of Utah and Colorado.
I couldn’t believe this, at first, I thought I didn’t have any photos to do this challenge this week but upon looking into my archives, I discovered I have pictures of teddy bears, dolls, and toys.
It’s been about a month since I returned home from my road trip and looking back at those pictures made me want to go again. All the snow and ice must be melted by now, right?
I went on a hike yesterday (Sunday). It was a trail I wanted to do for a long time all because the name is quite intriguing – Waterfall Canyon.
I was so darn upset last night over the COO of the company micro-managing my position that I did not even pick a photo for today.
I went on a hike yesterday with my aunt even though it was 90-some degrees hot.
It’s Friday, yay!
After binging 4 hours of the show, Genius, last night, I suddenly discovered I had the pictures for this week’s fun foto challenge all along. My recent road trip, duh! And here it is, I hope you enjoy my selection.
This is right outside of Waterton Lakes National Park on Highway 6.
I bet a lot of you will look at the title of this post and go, “Where’s the heck is Akamina Parkway?”
Evanescent, I looked it up on Dictionary.com and it produced the following definition: vanishing, fading away, fleeting. I think these shots justify the topic. I hope you enjoy my selection.
This was my favorite and most dangerous part of my road trip.
I have been going through the 2,200+ pictures I took on my road trip.
Less than a week ago, I visited Yellowstone National Park for the third time.
Earlier last week, before we left South Dakota for Yellowstone, my aunt and I visited the Crazy Horse Memorial which is about 30 minutes from the motel.