There were plenty of anticipation in 2018 From heading to China to visiting Bryce Canyon to hiking Sardine Peak to seeing a brilliant sunset on Antelope Island to take a solo trip to Capitol Reef (despite everyone was advising against it) and to patiently anticipating my next hike in 2019. Tuesday Photo Challenge Advertisements
I closed May 2018 with a hike with my mom and a group of enthusiastic hikers.
When I think of challenge, I think of my hiking adventure up Waterfall Canyon in 2017.
…and we are into May. Yay!
Here is a look from my third hike this year – the hike that probably brought new fears to my life and had the most impact on my hiking experience even though I can most definitely blame myself for wearing poor traction shoes on this hike.
I had my second hiking adventure at the end of February.
This will definitely go down as one of my most memorable views of 2018.
Good Sunday morning! It’s been a while since my last #WeekendCoffeeShare.
I just love the white aspen trees in this picture.
This is one of my favorite images from my hike last Saturday.
It was difficult for me to decide where to hike this past weekend after my retreat was done.
After completing my household tasks yesterday, I drove up to Snow Basin Ski Resort (about 30 minutes away) with every intention of doing one last hike before winter sets in.
I went on a road trip again! You know what that means? New photos! Here is my take on this week’s Which Ways Photo Challenge.
I struggled with this topic. The word “scene” can be a number of things. After racking my brain and searching through my archive to see if anything pops out, I decided on this photo, which is a scene to describe the end of another day. Here’s another one – another work day, another day on…
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Here’s a random picture to help you start your day and by random, I mean, really random.
Here is a gallery of pictures taking from a high vantage point. Hope you enjoy. Happy Sunday!
The vegetable patch has grown a lot since the last time I post a photo of the patch (bottom picture), which was a month ago.
One of my favorite things about hiking is definitely getting the opportunity to photograph wildflowers.
I love the different colors on this strand of wild flower.
After three weeks, I finally went on a hike. This time the trail took me to East Fork, part of the Wheeler Canyon system.
Here are some random pictures (taken by me) involving the element of heat. Hope you enjoy.
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