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We went to the Canaan Valley area of West Virginia last October to see several waterfalls and view the autumn colors.
Categories: Autumn Colors, National/State Park, Panorama, Scenes And Vistas, Waterfall
There hasn't been any activity on our blog since November 2019 but we're back!
Categories: Sunrises & Sunsets, Uncategorized
We found Black Swallowtail Butterfly Caterpillars growing on herb plants outside our sunroom and brought some inside to watch them.
Categories: Macro, Wildlife
Mesa Verde National Park was established to preserve and interpret the archeological heritage of the Ancestral Pueblo people who made it their home for over 700 years.
Categories: Architectural, National/State Park
At the Big Level Wind Project in northern Potter County, PA we watched the wind turbines being assembled.
Categories: Architectural, Conservation
Glen Canyon Dam is a concrete dam on the Colorado River near Page, Arizona used to provide water and power to the southwest states.
Categories: Architectural, Panorama
Beauty Mountain is an unbroken stretch of sandstone cliffs running along the rim of the New River Gorge, east of Fayetteville, West Virginia.
Categories: Geological, National/State Park, Scenes And Vistas
This faded sign along the highway in North Shore, CA has promoted two business which are no longer in existence.
Categories: Distressed, Geological
Salvation Mountain is a monument to "God is Love" in Niland, CA, just east of the Salton Sea. The current mountain is made with adobe clay and straw and covered with paint
Last month we photographed Rehoboth Mennonite Church near Schuyler, VA. The front of this church is completely covered with ivy and is very impressive to see.
We spent a relaxing morning enjoying a float trip on the Colorado River in the Glen Canyon which included wildlife and petroglyphs.
Categories: Architectural, Geological, Wildlife
By Laurie Note: This post is one of a series about my 2015 Western Parks vacation with my daughter and grandson. For our itinerary with links to other posts and an overview of this trip, please see 2015 Western Parks Vacation. Monument Valley has been featured in many western films since the 1930s. Director John Ford used the location for a number of his best-known films (including Stagecoach and Rio Grande) and in the words…
Categories: Geological, Panorama
Earlier this week we had an evening rainstorm which produced a large double rainbow. This is a collection of some rainbow photos from the past few years.
Categories: Panorama, Rainbow
The Trail Ride began at the Durango & Silverton Railroad stop at Elk Park and ended near Silverton.
Categories: Geological, Scenes And Vistas
Each morning we have nice stands of Pleated Inkcap Mushrooms (Parasola plicatilis) due to warm and damp days nights in some flower beds.
Categories: Flowers, Plants, Trees