Monday, March 17, 2008


Wind, water, and earth: fantastic shapes

Taken in the Bear Wallow area of the Red Rock/Secret Mountain Wilderness - Arizona.

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Look at all those layers. Fascinating! We visited Zion twice when I was a child; I want to take my sons there. This reminds me a little of that place.
I haven't been following your travels for a while, but you must have enjoyed Arizona!
Fantastic photos! I just found your blog, and I have to admit, I don't know how you go back to Wisconsin after staying in the Bitterroot. I've tried to leave and can't! I'm excited to explore more of your blog though!
quiet paths, yes, the structure of the earth here is fascinating.

kievas, I truly did enjoy this spectacular red rock country.

daisy, thank you! The hardest part was leaving Montana in the first place, but I wanted to go to school and see the wide world. Job constraints have not allowed us to come back to Montana (my husband's job doesn't exist there), so we found the next best spot in the world. I do love Wisconsin, but my heart is in the mountains.
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