When I saw the topic for this challenge, my memory almost immediately took me to this picture. This was a church long ago, back when Portuguese dominated this town, Macau, in China. Sadly, it was burn down and all that was left was this wall.
I love water reflections, especially on a sunny day. This was taken at Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone when I went there last week. I saw this tree and thought it was in the wrong place but at the same time, it does look pretty cool.
I was going over the photos on my phone and came across this photo which I took Mid-May when I went on my road trip. I think it fits the description of weathered since this landscape is crafted by millions of years of wind erosion.
I spent this past week traveling and on the first day of my road trip, while I was walking along the Fremont River in Capitol Reef National Park, I spotted something moving in the trees. At first glance, I thought it was an owl. I have no idea what made me think of that. I was about to point and whisper-shout, “Owl,” when I realized it was just an ordinary fatty of a squirrel.
It’s been a while since I participated in this challenge. This week’s theme is All About the Scenery and I came up with these two photos which are sort of a continuation from this post as both were taken during my solo trip to Capital Reef National Park in 2018.
It’s been a while since I last took macro photos and yesterday, I finally got to take some when I visited some ponds in the next town over. The ponds were beautiful but frozen. I’ll have to go back when it thaws. I will post some of the landscapes I took in another post.