Thursday, June 29, 2006

Utah, No. 3, Rt. 24, part 2

Back in May 1997, I spent some time in Utah on a Southwestern USA month long vacation. Part of the time, I traveled along Route 24 in Utah seeing many impressive and beautiful sights. Here is a continuation of what I saw.


In the above photo, notice the yellow field just in front of the mountains in the distance. In the picture below, you can see this yellow field of wild flowers close up. It wowed me.

14 comments:

sage said...

You're making me homesick again! Beautiful pictures.

Coral said...

Hermosos paisajes nos muestras, esos lugares se sienten, se respiran... gracias por lindas fotos.


Saludos

Cergie said...

In Marocco too the desert is flowered *en Mars au printemps. It's wonderful !
Your pictures are wonderful !

christina said...

That's incredible. It must be so nice for you to have the photos from all your great trips.

Fred said...

The wild flowers are spectacular. Great shots, Tim.

Tim Rice said...

Hi, sage. Glad you enjoy these pictures. But I hope that I don't make you too homesick.

Gracias, coral. Los paisajes tienen muchos lugares hermosos y inspiradores. Me gusta cuando visitas mi blog. Brazos.

Thanks, cergie. I value your complements.

Thanks, christina. Pictures are a valuable asset to my memory and pleasure.

Hi, fred. Glad you enjoyed the photos.

Ava said...

Oh yeah!!!

Ava

Camila Bernardes said...

About these pictures, I loved them.

Tim Rice said...

Hi, ava. Thanks for coming by.

Hi, aluadacbs. Glad you enjoyed those pics. :)

Abandoned in Pasadena said...

That field of flowers is very impressive...Nature is so beautiful and you have captured it in all your pictures.
Thank you for sharing your pictures with us.

Sandy :)

San Nakji said...

A lot of people I have met have told me that Utah is the place to see in America. It looks amazing!

Tim Rice said...

Hi, abandoned in pasadena. I'm glad you also see the beauty in nature. This world would be a dull place without that God-given beauty.

Hi, san nakji. Utah is a beautiful place. But I say that all fifty states are worthy of a visit though I recognize that that probably isn't practical. I haven't done that myself.

Claire said...

Wow, indeed!

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, claire. God's creation is so awesome!