Tuesday, June 17, 2008

ABC Wednesday: "V"

Vast Views:

It is way too late and I can't remember the name of this place. When I get to school I will look it up in my field notebook. I do know that it is near Ferron, Utah. That's my friend Rich, "Hi Rich!"

edit: Ok, I looked it up and I'm pretty sure this is from Dry Wash near Ferron, Utah.



One of the most beautiful place I have ever been. The grass was amazingly green, the skies were perfectly blue, it was amazing. This was a taken at an overlook just outside of a ski resort in southern Colorado.



Finally, the husband at the Great Sand Dunes. One of his favorite book series is "Dune" by Frank Herbert. I'm pretty sure that if he could live here he would.



To learn more about the letter "V", or to post your own photos, head on over to Mrs. Nesbitt's.

I'm off to bed for now, see everyone in the morning :)

12 comments:

leslie said...

These vast views are Vunderful!!!
It's amazing the different Vs I've visited today! Come on by to see what I did. :D

babooshka said...

I will call it viewtiful. It is as stunner. Really breathtaking view. So view for view for me. Who needs more. Fabulous.

AphotoAday said...

Vast is right...   Great V...

And got a kick out of your husband reluctantly holding the chicken...   It's a dangerous situation -- you can either get pecked at, pooped on, or awarded an egg...

reader Wil said...

Magnificent views of vast piece of land!

mrsnesbitt said...

Superb!
here it is raining so this brightened my day!

Petunia said...

Nice:)

Petunia's ABC

John said...

Great shots and what a lovely view!

ellen b. said...

These vast views are amazing. We have a couple of Dune fans at our house too. Enjoy...

Sandpiper said...

What a beautiful place! Those views are breathtaking.

Neva said...

Very vast is correct!!!Lovely photos.....

Dragonstar said...

Beautiful Vast Views. Wonderful feeling of space and open air. Nothing shut in at all.
My husband likes "Dune" as well.

Katney said...

I had a Huh? moment at first as you were trying to figure out what the first place was called. How is that V? thought I. But looking back up where I should have looked in the first place, I saw the Vast Views. Very vood--er good.