Monday, April 7, 2014

Canyon Gold

Nowhere Series
part 4

Leaves of Gold
It is said that gold is where you find it and it can be in many forms. Seems mine happened to be in gold leaf next to a canyon wall. Well lit by the sun the leaves caught my attention as a possible photo along with the shadows of the two trees that point the way. 

Last Years Gold
After all the excitement in Nowhere, my next stop was Red Rock Canyon State Park south of Hinton, where I found golden leaves still clinging to the spindly trees on this March 14th day. My golden find.

13 comments:

  1. just beautiful, parker. thanks for the smile. :)

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  2. These are so neat Parker.

    What happened to Part 4? I can't seem to find it.

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    1. Thank you. Error on my part. This post is part 4!

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  3. Man, what a tease! I saw that title and I thought I was in for some carvings or metal stikcing out of trees! LOL I haven't been to Red Rock since I was a kid. Gotta love that Oklahoma red dirt!

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    1. Almost sounds like a treasure story. Grin!

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  4. What a great place to explore. I love that first shot with the beautiful colors.

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    1. A great place to explore it is!

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  5. Love the story! You are a man know how to explore the unknown.

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    1. Off the main trails is where the good finds are.

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  6. Looks like an interesting place to poke around... Places like this you just know you aren't the first person to ever be there, who can say what treasures lay scattered about!

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    1. Very true. This old canyon has seen lots of visitors from the past to the present. A little more about this on an upcoming post.

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  7. Gold comes in many forms, and you have found a place with golden tones of nature.

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