Yeah...after this share, I only have 2 more National parks left to share images from, well and then one mix of hodge podgy later;')
Hoping you are enjoying your week.
Some of you have asked about my illness that has been lingering off and on for 15 months now, and I will be sharing with you soon, but so far all is fine.
I just have to learn to breathe through it and don't we all.
Hugs for your day and the remainder of your week~
With heavy fog cover, the massive rock formations, looked like castles rising up.
On this journey, there were 3 national parks, that we had not planned on visiting.
Arches National Park in Utah, was one of them.
I had visited Sedona, Arizona several years ago, and for me the reds of these formations was just not drawing me in.
We so enjoy conifer trees, any kind of trees, and there just were none at Arches, or very few.
In fact, there was hardly any green, anywhere. I
Once we arrived on a fog filled late morning, we were glad that we had stopped, for these formations were really awesome, and now we can say, that we have visited this wonderful park~
I am linking up with Stewart at:
Wild Bird Wednesday
I was quite happy to see a Red-tailed Hawk as we were entering the park area...there really was life out in this area...nice~
With all of the earth tones, I was always pleased to see splashes of colour from the desert flowers~
I do not know if I frightened the Red-tailed Hawk, or if it spotted a meal, but off it went...really beautiful too~
Those are very large RV's traveling the winding road thru the park.
That shows those who have never been here before, just how massive these formations are~
The formations above and below, are petrified mounds.
I really liked this part of the park...see the splashes of green;')~