I managed to do a little Wandering Camera photo shots on a day trip to
Zion National Park in Utah. The views were spectacular!
There were so many red rocks and mountains, each changing to lighter or
darker red depending on which way we were driving.
There was so much texture in all those rocks, too!
A few deer and mountain sheep popped up for quick glances.
A rare moment of an empty road. Zion has millions of visitors each year.
The tunnel...I was scared of this when I was a kid. It's still kind of spooky and very dark.
A few flowers were still hanging in there before the cold hits.
It was a fabulous day!
Another day was spent at Grandpa's Pond, a favorite picnic spot.
It was a perfect setting for my shark quilt. There's no sharks in this pond,
but they did remove an alligator from there last year. Apparently, someone
thought it would be a good place to drop off their overgrown pet. Yikes!
This guy came in for a close-up.
That blue eye is gorgeous!
Of course, there had to be a bug...in this case it was a bee.
Thanks for stopping by today for a quick view of my September Wandering Camera.
Check out Soma's amazing camera shots over at Whims and Fancies!