After China, my next adventure was originally going to be heading home to sleep and to re-adjust to the time zone but my mom had other plans.
This will definitely go down as one of my most memorable views of 2018.
Every year, right about the week of Thanksgiving, I will begin to reflect upon the year – travels, hiking, adventures, accomplishments, etc.
I was quite saddened when I found out Cee decided to discontinue the Which Way Challenge as it is one of my favorite photo challenges even though I haven’t participated in a few weeks. It was why I took only a few which way photos when I went on my road trip last week.
Here is one of my experimental photos.
Even though I’ll be busier than usual, the best part of my mom’s friends coming is always getting to go to new places and see new things I don’t usually get to see.
The forest is, in my opinion, a twisted place.
Here are a few of my favorite photos involving flowing water and waterfalls. Enjoy!
This was taken last summer at the Dinosaur National Monument in Vernal, Utah. Just imagine, millions of years ago, this land was the bottom of the ocean.
This week’s topic for the Tuesday Photo Challenge is Force and I thought what better way to showcase force than Bryce Canyon? After all, the place was created by the forces of nature.
After begging my mom for years to take me to Bryce Canyon, I finally got to go in January 2018. My aunt and mom went during summer of 2017 and my mom described Bryce Canyon as a magical place.
We had quite a snow storm last weekend.
I posted this picture in one of my Facebook groups and pointed out I don’t like how the path and sky are dominating the picture.
hi Here is one of my favorite photos from my Sunday hike to Frary Peak.
I was going through the photos I took from my trip to Bryce Canyon last night and this photo caught my attention.
If you did not notice, I was off-line last Saturday.
I cannot stop thinking about my hike last Sunday especially now I’m back in the hustle bustle of my hometown in China.
I love taking pictures of sunrises and sunsets because sunrises and sunsets signify the beginning and end of the day and I think those two things fit this week’s photo challenge. Therefore, I hope you enjoy my selection.
Just a quick note: I’m going on a short day trip today and therefore, I probably will be absent from the blogging world for most of the day. So enjoy this post and leave your comments. I’ll get to them when I return. Thanks for stopping by.
It’s Monday and I realized I have forgotten to participate in this week’s photo challenge of Elemental.
As of yesterday, I completed my first day of moving into the new house.
This is a picture of the full moon from a few nights ago.
I used to celebrate Earth Day when I was in Elementary school