Weekly Photo Challenge: Big

Bryce Canyon Hike
Bryce Canyon Hike, a photo by Fergiemoto on Flickr.  (click on photo to enlarge)

>>:::<<
endless wonders
infuses awe and respect
nature’s creations
>>:::<<

This photo was taken during one of our hikes at Bryce Canyon National Park in southwestern Utah, USA.  The park is just another example of Utah’s spectacular geology and scenery.

This week’s WordPress Photo Challenge is to share a picture
which means BIG to you! 

Linking up with:
TEXTURE TUESDAY
 RURAL THURSDAY
THIS OR THAT THURSDAY
WEEKLY TOP SHOT

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80 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Big

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  3. What a fantastic photo to contemplate. Oddly enough, if I may compare, our ‘big red rock’ of Uluru in the centre of Australia has passages just like this sans the tress perchance 🙂 ! Thank you!

  4. Thank you SO much for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #51… I’m sorry that I am very late coming by to visit your entry. But I have been fighting being sick all week, trying to fend off a virus and haven’t been doing much besides working and sleeping.. I do hope you’ll forgive me and come by tomorrow to share on Weekly Top Shot’s 1st Anniversary!

    • Thank you so much, Marina! Yes, and often I see trees that seem to grow right out of the rock, or wind their way around the rock. They are survivors. I always appreciate your lovely comments. 🙂

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  12. Bryce Canyon has been in my Bucket List for so long, am glad you published this beautiful photo. It is another perspective of the canyon. I love it.

  13. Yes, it is so good to be reminded of how small we are in the scheme of things, especially nature … and yet also how we can affect it greatly. I love the haiku for its chosen words and message!

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