Weekly Photo Challenge: Split-Second Story

Split level, second story living…How in the world did they get up there, not to mention their building supplies?

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Cliff dwellings, White House Overlook, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona

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Protected Places: Amnicon Falls State Park, Wisconsin

The Amnicon Falls State Park is known for four falls on the Amnicon River but it’s also rich in history and geography. The plunge pool below Amnicon Upper Falls is popular for swimming. Above the falls there are several small drops. There are two other falls; the Snake Pit Falls and the Now and Then Falls, a seasonal waterfall. Between the upper and lower Amnicon Falls is a covered bridge that provides a nice frame for the upper falls.

Upper Amnicon Falls & Plunge Pool

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Lower Amnicon Falls & Old bridge


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Old bridge


Amnicon River

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Amnicon River drops (mini-falls)


One Word Photo Challenge: Glow in the Dark

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Water

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Big Horn National Forest, Wyoming




Travel Theme: Metal

Gas Works Park, Seattle, Washington

These metal structures were part of the former Seattle Gas Light Company gasification plant.

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Monochrome Monday: Cataract Falls


Cataract Fall, Lieber State Recreation Area, Indiana


Sunday Nature Quote: Birds of the air

Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more valuable than they?

~ ~  Matthew 6:26  ~ ~


Mount Moran, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Weekly Photo Challenge: Twist

Twisted Metal

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For the Love of Geography: Moraine

Moraine is a glacial landforms which results from glacial movement. As a glacier moves down the mountain it leaves behind debris of dirt and boulders.

Look below the glaciers in these photos. It looks like a river of rock. This is the debris left from the glaciers above which have retreated for the summer months.

Grand Teton National Park

One Word Photo Challenge: Grey