Saturday, May 23, 2009

Dry Fork Canyon


I am blessed to have a very scenic drive to "town"--this is one of the many rock formations along the way.  There are petroglyphs near here too!  

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14 comments:

Bim said...

It's a great view - you must have an iron will...I would have probably long driven into the canyon whilst staring at the sights :)

Baruch said...

Wow, how amazing & interesting - thanks for sharing :)

Janie said...

The drive down Dry Fork is always impressive. Nice, clear photo of the rock walls.

Gaelyn said...

What a beatiful ride to town. Hope you've hiked there.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

If I lived where you do, Loran, I'd have to have a 'driver' ---so that I could stare at the views all around. SO beautiful!!!

Have a wonderful Memorial Day weekend.
Hugs,
Betsy

Bonnie Bonsai said...

What a wonderful blessing for you. Yes, when nature formed them where they can be a standout and stunning, then your blessing is doubled!

Danielle said...

Great pic! I love your other pics too. You've got some really nice shots.

Tricia said...

Very nice view you have on your way into town! I love that shot - Are people allowed to go inside that cave or explore there?

Happy Scenic Sunday!

Tricia said...

BTW - I love your header photo, too! It's beautiful!

Linda said...

I'd certainly exchange it for my morning commute, although I suppose Edinburgh Castle is quite striking. But it must be lovely to see the trees change with the seasons with all that grandeur as a backdrop.

WNC Mountain Living said...

Wonderful view to drive along side! Great photo!

Aileni said...

You live in an interesting place, ancient landscape. Wonderful.

Jo said...

I agree with Bim;) I'd be stopping every time I passed and taking photos from different angles. Such lovely rock formation. Enjoy and be blessed.

George said...

What a wonderful view of the canyon wall. I agree -- you are blessed to have this on your way to town.
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