I am quickly finding that most of Bryce is a Weekly Wow. After all, how many places in the world have these unlikely geological features? The colors – the rich red of the rocks, the deep green of the trees, the vibrant blue of the morning sky – all accentuated by the pure white of the snow, are hypnotic. When we were there, we just stared at the valley; the scene never grew old.
Happy April, all! I hope everyone had a wonderful Easter weekend (whether or not you celebrate the holiday) and you’re ready for a brand new week!
This week’s selection turned out well. I usually mostly select my Instagram photos at random, though I try to pick a variety of my better images.
I’m trying something a little different with my set this week. Check it out on my Instagram account to see it in action, and I’ll talk more about that next Monday.
This first image was from a leisurely stroll through one of Kyoto’s many shrines. Everything was so green – even in the fall – and the views were spectacular. I can’t wait to go back to Japan.
Another week has flown by! This one was really crazy, following Thanksgiving last week. On top of wrapping up Kumoricon pictures, there’s no time to slow down!
I did a few more grid photos this week on Instagram. How do you like them?
This first one was from the train ride to Denali National Park. I’m a sucker for reflections, and those low clouds added an extra dynamic.
Our adventures were over far too quickly in Denali National Park. We spent a day on a bus; we spent a day on the trails. Certainly, I preferred the latter to the former, but they were both an excellent way to experience this vast park. Next, we were gearing up for bears!
But first, we had one more day on the train.
I’m excited to be getting well into our Denali adventures, so understandably, this week, Instagram featured several shots from that trip. But I try to keep some variety, so there’s a taste of a few other destinations as well this week.
Happy fall, everyone! If you’ve been following my site for a while, you’ll know I simply love love love love LOVE autumn! I can’t wait for the brilliant colors to paint the town. Look forward to photos of the Northwest bathed in oranges, reds, and yellows very soon!
This first image from this week on Instagram hails from Costa Rica. I thought these roots of the “walking palms” were so fascinating. By sprouting new roots and allowing older ones to rot away, these trees can literally walk along the forest floor.
Alright, everyone! I know you’ve all been anxious for bears, so I’m finally getting to processing pictures from Alaska!