A fjord is a long, narrow inlet with steep sides or cliffs, created by glacial erosion. This pristine coastal fjord extends to a vanishing point, but what beauty lies beyond? In Alaska, merely seek and ye shall find!
for Nancy Merrill”s Photo-a-Week-Challenge: Vanishing Point
Photo taken in Misty Fjords, Alaska
Don’t you just love it when God paints the sky?
For Skywatch Friday. Check out more images at the Skywatch Site!
I call this the “Skeleton Tree”! I’ll bet it was a beauty when it was alive.
Photo taken in the ponderosa pine forests near Flagstaff, Arizona
“You can not perceive beauty but with a serene mind.” -Henry David Thoreau
Weekly Photo Challenge: Serene
Photo taken at the Isles of Glencoe Hotel in Ballachulish, Scotland
If I could be a staircase, this is the one I’d be. I’d tempt you with the mystery of what lies beyond, but surround you with beauty every step of the way.
Photo taken at Armadale Castle Ruins, Isle of Skye, Scotland
Since I’m rather fond of this photo, I am posting it as today’s one-word prompt: Enamored
It is with much satisfaction that a few yards from my back door, I can cross this bridge whenever I want to – morning, noon or night; rain, shine or snow. I do not take for granted the freedom I have which allows me to enjoy nature anytime the mood strikes me, which happens almost every day, season after season, year after year.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Satisfaction
In the desert, resilience and beauty are constant companions since one is the reason for the other.
Photo taken near Carefree, Arizona
Weekly Photo Challenge: Resilient