Thursday, September 10, 2009

Sandstone Skies


Lovely blue sky from the McConkie Ranch Petroglyph Trail.

Visit Sky Watch Friday to see many shades of blue from around the world.

18 comments:

J Bar said...

Good shot.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Rinkly Rimes said...

I feel I want to know more about the petroglyph trail. It sounds interesting.

Martha Z said...

I love the red rocks in your part of the world. I enjoyed the post on the petroglyphs as well.

darsden said...

Beautiful blue sky!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Your skies are such a gorgeous color of blue, Loran... WOW---we have so many clouds off and on these days that I miss seeing those gorgeous blue skies. Thanks for sharing.
Hugs,
Betsy

Guy D said...

Excellent photo as always, and I really like your new header pic.

Have a great weekend
Guy
Regina In Pictures

Larry Jordan said...

Beautiful shot Loran. The composition is great and the petroglyphs look marvelous.

George said...

That blue sky is absolutely gorgeous!

Happily Retired Gal said...

I do love hiking on such trails under beautiful blue skies like these. Your photo is lovely. Thanks for sharing ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

Gaelyn said...

Gotta' love those beautiful blue skies when hiking in such gorgeous country. Can't wait to see more petroglyphs. Great capture.

J said...

I like the composition - and this week I'm not even jealous of your blue skies as I've been having plenty of my own!

Sunny said...

Clear blue sky...gorgeous!
Sunny :)

Pam said...

Lovely header photo...
I love the clear blue sky against the wonderful rust color of the rocks, its stunning.

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful shot, I love the color of the rocks against the sky.

Louise said...

SOOOOOO blue! Love it!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Can't beat that blue sky especially with the sandstone and trees.

Janie said...

Beautifully composed with the sandstone overhang in the foreground. Creative photo of a spectacular scene.

Ebie said...

Those rocks are a beauty. Love the background blue sky! I missed the petroglyphs the last time we went to the Eastern Sierra.