ALL SEASONS – SEPTEMBER ROCKS

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  1. I wonder what kind of rock that is, it’s bright like sandstone but I know the rocks there are granite. 9000 feet? That’s crazy, I’d be with you taking photos while you painted. That looks like some might clean and cold water, what a precious resource.

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  2. Desert rain is so different from rain here in Oregon — yes, we have experienced it and I know what you mean. I hope your hubby wasn’t up on top of some peak when it came down like that … can be dangerous. i prefer your view (but couldn’t paint it). Bryce Canyon is stunning; I’m glad you are able to visit it. Zion is also one of our favorite NPs — it’s kind of close to where you are I think.. Thank you so much for hosting.

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  3. Summer is over for you and the past couple of weeks I have been welcoming spring by going for a wildflower drive through our mid-west. Just so stunning this time of year. More photos to come over the next few weeks. Enjoy autumn! and have a fabulous week ahead.

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  4. Melbourne is famous for its sudden and frequent weather changes, Jesh. They are good, especially in Summer as after a couple of days of temperatures above 40˚C, it is good to get a cool change coming through with temperatures suddenly dropping 20-25˚C!

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  5. The Bryce Canon sudden rain reminds me of a drench of a rain I experienced on Oahu. That rain was warm and delightful. The First Husband and me just stood there and enjoyed it. What a sight we must’ve been. Your photos of Yosemite and Bryce take me back to my times there. Thank you for the smile, Jesh. 🙂

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    1. My first comment I gave before I saw your comment here. The two last captures are taken by hubby. It’s easy to see he has taken some photo classes:) Don’t know why Bryce Canon is internationally not more welknown – maybe harder to get to and smaller than the Grand Canon. Thank you for your presence at All Seasons!

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  6. When we lived in New Mexico we would experience odd weather such as snow from a clear blue sky rising up to us on a mountaintop as well a sudden thunderstorms and blasts of cold air rushing down through a valley. My blog this week shows a “sundial” which indicates the seasons.

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  7. Mountains do make their own weather, and it is up to us to be prepared! My hubby and I are probably with your hubs in always wanting to go higher for the view! Thanks for hosting, and enjoy your last week of summer!

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  8. oooh those temperature changes sound scary. I’m not sure I’d venture out at all at those times! I love your photos, the rocks are amazing, but like you, I’d stay in an easy to reach place. No climbing for me!

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