Special Places # 26
Photo Art by H.J.
1 – Top Left: Small view of Painted Desert National Park, Arizona.
2 – Top Right: Autumn foliage at Wide Hollow Reservoir, Utah.
3 – Left Middle -Top: Tybee Island Lighthouse in Tybee Island, Georgia.
4 – Left Middle- Bottom: Icicles at the Little River Canyon in Alabama.
5 – Bottom: Open View of the LaSal Mountains in the background, Utah.
© HJ Ruiz – Avian101
I thought those were icicles. Then, I thought there was ‘something’ about the photo that seemed unusual. Now, I see what it is. Alabama? I never would have imagined that. Clearly, I don’t know enough about Alabama. I guess it’s more than the Gulf coast!
Don’t be surprised that I live in GA lower than the place in AL and we get ice and snow sometimes. Thank you very much, Linda. 🙂
Clearly, I need to visit Alabama and Georgia! I’ve never been to either place.
Stunning pictures thanks for sharing them.
You don’t have to thank you at all! Thank you for visiting my blog, Susan. 🙂
I’ve actually been to #3 several years back although it was a month after they had a hurricane hit down there – reminds me to plan a visit to see how things have come along since then.
Tybee Island is a nice place to stroll around, and enjoy yourself. Thank you, Brian. 🙂
Beautiful as always. The photo with the icicles is surprising. Everything around looks arid!
You have to remember that it’s winter time. Thank you, Chris. 🙂
The icicle photo is quite unique HJ, interesting the different effects frozen water can give, it is so versatile.
They resemble icy teeth of winter. Thank you Ashley. 🙂
I particularly liked the icicles.
I knew you’re going to get a kick of them. Thank you, Tom. 🙂
Icicles or mineral deposits? Coming from underground?
It’s just rain water frozen coming out of an overhang to the river below. Thank you, Jane. 🙂
I realized after my comment that there was still snow on the ground. It looks neat.
Thanks so much, Clare. 🙂
You’re really stirring my wanderlust this Monday morning, H.J!
😆! Thank you my friend, I should be stirring your coffee instead!
I’ll choose the lighthouse. There’s something about these lonely beacons of home 🙂
But those icicles are incredible too!
Thank you so much, Pat. I’m glad that you liked my photos. 🙂
I love all these beautiful landscapes with their different colors and textures. Your photos are gorgeous!
Thanks a lot, Tanja. I appreciate it! 🙂