vivid colors! lovely, donna!
Donna I can't say nothing but WOW! for lack of words, this photo is so vivid it seems as if I'm about to walk right under these beautiful branches and have great picnic an enjoy the scenery. I saw your photo challenge over at Bj sweet nothings blog, I've been looking at your blogs and reading, sorry for the loss of your mama, we just lost our oldest brother there is six of us four boys two girls, now it just doesn't seem real that one has gone to heaven, grief is life altering. But glad to read the good news about your husband, we have lot in-common, my sweet hero husband was diagnosed with cancer last May 23, we immediately got him in Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Tulsa Oklahoma, we are so blessed his treatments chemo then radiation then in December went thru surgery, we traveled back and to Tulsa and could not ask for better doctors, nurses. Everyone was just the nicest folks on earth, we go every three months for pet scans and blood work, we just returned from Tulsa with "cancer free" reports, thank you Jesus! ....sorry for long post I don't usually do this. I will say a prayer in JESUS name for sweet Jim. God Bless... and hugs.
Gorgeous blue sky against the craggy mountain.I can actually see lines in the rocks, Donna!
Beautiful. There is just something about a blue sky
Stunning photo, Donna!
LOVE that blue sky! Oh my goodness. Well, heck I love all of it. :)xoxo
What a stunning photo...no words necessary.
I must get back to those wonderful US national parks - scenery is spectacular! Donna you captured such great shots when you visited - thanks for sharing.I hope the sun is shining your way and that you and Mr. Jim have a good day - despite the memories of 9/11.Hugs - Mary
Reminds me of being a kid and lying on the grass looking up through the trees to the beautiful blue sky. Too bad we can't still lie down and look through the trees! LOL, we'd get arrested. :)
Marty, here! Donna loves comments, and I faithfully pass them on to her. Thank you so much for visiting!