Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Getting With It

After posting At Loose Ends earlier today, I have managed to get with it a bit set my hand to a few things, including working a bit of some Arizona photos. These are from our Pink Jeep Tour in Sedona. It was quite remarkable where that jeep went — and scary at times to. We went places where I didn't think motorized vehicles could possibly go. That's Cuppa way up there in the last pic.





9 comments:

Darius said...

Wow...

I would love to be able to see that, just to find how I'd react. Nature, landscape, has always been a major factor informing my spiritual perspective. Grew up in northern New England, so even in photos it's a bit startling to see such a different kind of beauty.

Heather said...

It looks like you have a bobble-head growing out of your steering wheel. :-)

Nice pics! I was at the Grand Canyon about 20 years ago, but would love to back with the family some day.

mreddie said...

It's awesome to see the way weather has sculpted the landscape - great photos. ec

Dale said...

Wow! It looks like the moon. Or Sudbury.

Gina said...

I loved Sedona when we went a few years back, it has such the artsy vibe going on. The power of the mountains inspires them, and it isn't hard to see why.

Valerie - Riding Solo said...

At least you can't lose the jeep in the underbrush!

Rainypete said...

There's something errily conflicted about a macho off road jeep tour conducted in pink jeeps. I can't put my finger on it, but it'll come to me.

Turtle Guy said...

The pink jeep is really you! And that canyon photo reminds me of Drumheller, the badlands east of Calgary. Very nice.

Simply Coll said...

Amazing scenery and so different from what we are used to.

I love those pink jeeps!! What fun!