We visited some friends last night who live near the beach, so we all walked down together and walked along the shore at sunset. It was beautiful, but a bit to dark to take photos in any direction except towards the sunset, which was kind of disappointing. I did manage to get a couple that weren't too blurry, though.
This coyote ran up to our car in the Mesa Verde parking lot (where we had turned over to take photos of four bucks). I guess people feed the wild animals and, since there are no hunters allowed, they are very tame.
Driving towards the CO mountains to go back home... on this section of our trip we saw some really weird landscapes; it looked a bit like photos of the moon. Some places looked like this but without grass... just grey dust.
We saw lots of forests like these on our vacation, it was really interesting, the extent of them was amazing... miles of burnt tree husks. I guess some Native Americans set controlled forest fires on purpose to clear land... I think I also read that it helped the enviornment.
This is a dog at a Hippy restaurant we went to in CO. They had buffalo burgers, and burgers made from their own cows. You could tell the locals hung out there; there were two horse trailers with horsies in them out front. There was a shop across from the restaurant and the dog was over there. When we went over there, there was another dog, maybe a stray, and this dog chased off the other one.
This woman was playing in the restaurant we ate at in Durango, CO. It gave the place very "saloon"- ish feel. I messed with the color a bit and made it sepia (then faded it) because I didn't like it as much full color.
This is in Bryce Canyon. The hoodoos (large rock formations) are made from ice freezing and melting repeatedly in the rock. Anyways, all over the place are these little "hoodoos" from people stacking up rocks. I think about every other person who walks through there makes their own little "hoodoo" or two. This one is mine, I think, or my brother's.
This is so far the only finished jack-o-lantern, since my brothers didn't finish theirs (they hollowed them out and then didn't carve them). This is my little sister's, dad made it for her. This photo was taken with 15sec long exposure.
I'm a homeschooled teen, I own and care for around 30 chickens and 10 ducks.Oh, and my mom just got goats. I also have 3 siblings (2 brothers, 1 sister), who mostly get along with the other animals. Wait, oops, did I say OTHER animals? *giggle* I meant, of course, each other. I'm a Christian (and that means I believe in Jesus Christ and have trusted on him as my Lord and Savior, believing that he was God's son, and that died for our sins and was raised from the dead on the third day. ). Oh, and I DON'T have a yellow hat. :)