Ever since my aunt gave me her expensive camera with tons of bells and whistles, I’ve been experimenting with the camera functions. I’m not taking many pictures these days but when I was on my road trip in May, I was experimenting. Here are some of my experimental shots. I took this picture at Marble…
Just a quick note: I’m going on a short day trip today and therefore, I probably will be absent from the blogging world for most of the day. So enjoy this post and leave your comments. I’ll get to them when I return. Thanks for stopping by.
I get distracted easily. If you wish to distract me from one thing, make me focus on something like rainbows and amazing landscapes.
As I mentioned in my previous post, I’m exhausted.
This week’s topic is vibrant and once again, this topic has intrigued me because I have a photos in my archives that fits this topic.
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.
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 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.
It’s Friday, yay!
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?”
This was my favorite and most dangerous part of my road trip.
Damn you, internet! 😠 Ever since I got to the motel in Keystone, South Dakota, I haven’t been able to upload pictures onto my blog.
Daily Post Photo Challenge
If we were having coffee, I would tell you good morning and thanks for joining me for another lovely weekend chat and yes, I’m back in the U.S.
After spending the last week visiting four of Canada’s amazingly beautiful national parks, I’ve encountered plenty of animals – birds, bears, deer, big horn sheep, and mountain goats.
I spent the first three days of this week along Route 93 also known as Icefields Parkway.
Here is a panorama I took over the weekend when I visited Kootenay National Park in British Columbia, Canada.
If we were having coffee, I would tell you good morning and thanks for joining me for another lovely weekend chat and WELCOME TO CANADA!