Author: Andrew Seal

peonies from heaven encore

 

What could be a better start to the weekend than these gorgeous peony blooms set against the bluest of skies this week.
Happy Friday.

WPC: Twisted


 

The twisted red rock of spectacular Lower Antelope Canyon, Arizona

WPC: Place in the World

 
In May 2017 I posted a number of images of Vancouver for the Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflecting. Rather than repurposing all the images for this week’s Photo Challenge: Place in the World from Erica, I invite you to visit Vancouver Reflections to see my city enjoying the same brilliant sunshine as it is today.

colour field painting revisited

tulips of the valley I – 2018

tulips of the valley II – 2018

Visit when colour field painting means just that to see two of last years tulips of the valley variations.

yes, they’re back

 

First ladybug: Do you think anyone will notice?

Second ladybug: Unlikely!

It’s an old one but a good one 🙂

April Travels Part III: Colorado National Monument

 

 

 

 
Above the Colorado city of Grand Junction is the magnificent Colorado National Monument one of the jewels of the US National Parks with which we were unfamiliar. The Rim Rock Drive that winds along the edge of the canyons must be one of the great drives of the world, so put it on your bucket list and prepare to be in awe.

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April Travels Part II: Arches

The red rock wonderland of Arches National Park, Utah was breathtaking at every turn.

April Travels Part I: The Palisade

 

 

 

I think the photos speak for themselves. This was our first day visiting Colorado and Utah last week where the grandeur of Palisade Mountain dominates the landscape above the small town of Gateway, Colorado.