This is a flower from my strawberry plants. Advertisements
I rode the bus home alone yesterday afternoon, probably for the first time since I started my new job.
Standing beneath Waterfall Canyon’s 40-foot waterfall is the thing I want to do at this moment as I’m writing this post in my room which even with two fans on and the window open, it is still unable to cool down from the day’s 90-some-degrees heat.
I don’t know why I do this.
I captured these strange wild plants on my hike at the end of April.
I love the angle of this sunflower!
Sharing one of my all-time favorite photos today on Photo of the Day.
This is Wheeler Creek, one of the water sources of the Pineview Reservoir nearby.
Last Saturday, I went hiking with a group of 9 other people.
I am going hiking this weekend and hopefully, I will get some new shots.
I had this strange feeling yesterday like it’s been a while since I posted a macro photo of wild flowers.
On my hike last Saturday, I encountered quite a variety of scenery – mountain, forest, reservoir, and green fields like this.
Of the entire hike along the Sardine Peak Loop this past Saturday, this view has to be one of my favorite views of all time.
As I mentioned in yesterday’s post, I went on another hiking adventure.
Do you know the best part of going on a hiking trip?
I mentioned in a previous post I went hiking like Saturday – the one where I slipped three times.
This was taken last summer at the Dinosaur National Monument in Vernal, Utah. Just imagine, millions of years ago, this land was the bottom of the ocean.
This week’s topic for the Tuesday Photo Challenge is Force and I thought what better way to showcase force than Bryce Canyon? After all, the place was created by the forces of nature.
After begging my mom for years to take me to Bryce Canyon, I finally got to go in January 2018. My aunt and mom went during summer of 2017 and my mom described Bryce Canyon as a magical place.
We had quite a snow storm last weekend.
I posted this picture in one of my Facebook groups and pointed out I don’t like how the path and sky are dominating the picture.
hi Here is one of my favorite photos from my Sunday hike to Frary Peak.
It was a beautiful day Sunday, the most beautiful weather last week, I think. In perfect timing, my hiking Meetup group announced a Sunday hike up Frary Peak which is the highest point on Antelope Island. If you follow my posts, you’d know I’ve been to Antelope Island multiple times. This island is always the…