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A DAY IN SEDONA

The Landscape of Red Rock State Park – The Art in the Galleries

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40 More Days of Outdoor Memories

Covid 19 Taketh Away, but these Photos Remindeth When Covid 19 started us sheltering at home, and I started posting daily photo reminders of lovely outdoor memories, I didn’t think I would be doing this for three months and counting. … Continue reading

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LOOKING UP FROM MY LAWN CHAIR

While the world goes to hell … … I looked away from the news on my lap top and pointed my camera up and about while still perched on my back yard lawn chair…

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GRAND CANYON – BRIGHT ANGEL TRAIL

  Taking a Morning Hike Down into the Grand Canyon   The morning of our final day at the Grand Canyon, we took the Bright Angel Trail down to the first rest house and back up again. These first pictures … Continue reading

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GRAND CANYON – Long Walk along the South Rim

  Day Two at the Grand Canyon (South Rim)   The day after we drove along the Desert View Drive, and a lovely sunset at the trailer park we were staying, we returned to spend a full day walking along … Continue reading

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LAKE POWELL & RAINBOW BRIDGE

  A Day Trip on Lake Powell to Rainbow Bridge     Lake Powell is a manmade lake, created by the Glen Canyon Dam at the Arizona side and mostly snaking deep into Southern Utah, filling the canyons carved out … Continue reading

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HORSESHOE BEND

  Horseshoe Bend is the dramatic loop the Colorado River cuts through the land just south of Lake Powell by Page, Arizona. Lake Powell was formed by the building of the Glen Canyon Dam 1955 – 1966, which in turn … Continue reading

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Pierre Cardin at the Brooklyn Museum

  The Pierre Cardin: Future Fashion exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum is coming to a close today.  I went last Thursday, and found my shutterbug instincts whipped up until my cellphone needed recharging. Here are some of the images that … Continue reading

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COLUMBUS CIRCLE HOLIDAY MARKET & Yuletide Music Quiz

  A Photo Stroll around New York City’s biggest Holiday Market, plus a little Yuletide Music Quiz*.   *answers tucked in the tags at the bottom of this post   Yuletide Song Quiz 1: What is the name of the … Continue reading

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IMPEACHMENT EVE, NYC

A Photo/Video Diary. On the Eve of the Impeachment Vote in the House of Representatives, hundreds of thousands across the country are rallying to demand the Criminal in Chief be impeached and removed. I joined the thousands that rallied in … Continue reading

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Panaroma View of Grand-Staircase Escalante

  I haven’t completed posting my tour of the Great Parks of the American Southwest.  Just took a little pause.  Coming up next, the Grand Canyon! But first, to re-whet the appetite, a quick panorama faraway view of the Grand … Continue reading

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BRYCE CANYON – PEEKABOO & QUEEN’S GARDEN TRAILS

  Hiking the Peekaboo Loop Trail and then the Queen’s Garden Trail in Bryce Canyon     After hiking and driving along the Bryce Canyon rim and taking the Navajo Loop Trail, we returned the next day to hike from … Continue reading

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BRYCE CANYON – NAVAJO LOOP TRAIL

  Entering the Canyon Walls of Bryce Canyon   After enjoying the awesome views of Bryce Canyon from all along the rim, it was time to go inside.  Here the view from the top at the Navajo Loop Trail.   … Continue reading

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BRYCE CANYON AMPHITHEATER

  A Place of Fantastical Beauty In the series of marvels that we saw in the our tour of the Great American Southwest, Bryce Canyon may easily be the most marvelous.  (Although how to compare Wonders of Nature each so … Continue reading

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ZION!

  Announcing my new biblical musical extravaganza!?!   um, no – just an extravagant photo tour through Zion National Park in Southern Utah.     Right at the entrance into the park, one is greeted by this majestic vista. Let’s … Continue reading

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HOOVER DAM, MEMORIAL BRIDGE and a CACTUS GARDEN

Featuring Another Theme-tastic Music Quiz   Approaching the Hoover Dam on a day trip from Las Vegas, you first get these views of Lake Mead, the body of water the Hoover Dam created.     This is the first view … Continue reading

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