It was pleasant to walk among the pinons and junipers at Canyonlands N.P. A clear space like this allowed for a nice picture of a group of trees. It’s one of the few pictures I have taken that works well as either an 2×3 format or cropped to a wide 3×10.
Main Street is curved, roughly parallel to the river. You have to get up early to get a picture like this without cars.
This building in Galena is the second oldest continuously owned and operated Post Office in the country.
This is a single Galena. The Galena style is a door on either side and two windows, with three windows equally spaced across the top. A double is symmetric, with two doors either in the middle or toward the outside, and ten windows in the front. There are a lot of singles in the town of Galena, several doubles, and a few quads.
It’s polenta, spinach, tomatoes, and goat cheese.
It has been a cold winter in most of the country and here in Douglas County.
A tributary of the Buffalo River in Arkansas, this waterfall is usually dry this time of year, but due to significant rain the day before, it was running again. It will be down to a trickle in just another day or two. That is me in the picture.
There is a hillside at Steel Creek near the Buffalo River in Arkansas that I keep going back to. It’s nice for pictures because it has just about the right density of trees and rocks. Sometimes you need enough space around to see the trees well. Were you expecting a beach picture?
The National Parks were closed during this trip through Utah, but there is a lot of otherwise public land in the state.
At Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. There is a young man squatting on a ledge about halfway between the kayak and the right edge of the frame. Daredevil!