Monday, August 27, 2007

Ahhhh!

Flaming Gorge
Below is an Osprey bird with the catch of the day.
Click to enlarge.


I could, and did, spend hours looking at the rocks.

I am amazed at the artwork of nature.

It was a very relaxing weekend.

After all... it's a dog's life.

10 comments:

Naturegirl said...

I can imagine how you felt looking up at these gigantic rocks! I then realize there is a higher power!
Blue looks like he's enjoying the view too! Thanks for sharing!hugs NG

Jean said...

Beautiful photos! The rock is amazing! Thanks!

Laurie & Chris said...

It looks so pretty. I would have looked at the rocks for a very long time also. Glad you got to relax.

Anita said...

Wow Cathy, it must be really breathtaking to look at those rocks! I am glad you had such a fantastic week-end!

Hugs,
Anita

P.S.: you may visit my blog again!

Beth said...

Hey,,I love the pics what a fun time you had. And Lady wishes she was cruizing with Blue. So pretty there!
xoxooxoxoxo

Anne Bradshaw said...

Glad I found this blog today. Enjoyed the read and the photos.

Here comes an invitation to visit my blog--this week if possible--as my "Spotlight the Youth" contest ends Friday, and lots of votes are needed to make it work. So please spread the word.

Thanks so much.

Micki said...

Simply breathtaking.

stephanie said...

Those rock formations are incredible....the Osprey, taking it all in!

Pat Winter said...

I know how you feel floating around such beauty. When my son was 4 we took a family reunion trip on a houseboat for a week with my husband's side (5 brother's and their families & mother-in-law) to Lake Powell in AZ. It was the most memorable and awesome trip I will ever experience. Lake Powell is a filled canyon which was low at the time so the rock walls went straight up similar to your photos. The water was mesmerizing. You could look into it and with the reflection of the rock walls it looked like you were airborne. Made my stomach flip. I loved it!Thanks for refreshing my memory.

Vintage to Victorian said...

Wow, what fabulous scenery!