F/5.6 – 1/400 – ISO 100 – 70mm – Canon 5D MIII – Tamron 70-200
Love the caption 🙂
Well it was my first thought when we hit this stretch of road 🙂
Looks like something out of a roadrunner cartoon 😀
Fortunately we did not see any Acme crates around 😉
And around and back up and then straight then around again… 😉
Like many of the rods through Zion Park in Utah…not a drive I want to do after dark…
We drove back to Vegas in the dark on the other side of the park…it was “ahem” an experience.
We over did some driving on one of trips – on these roads, in the dark, when the warning signs say “elk crossing” you really have those moments.
Those big antler critters can leave a mark if you aren’t careful.
It almost makes you want to hit your brakes to avoid hitting the rocks.
Some of the roads in VOF were very very interesting and sometimes nerve wracking. But gorgeous!
Yeah – That was my experience also. It really got me interersted in the desert. After that I did two or three desert vacations.
Nice shot but that view is a little unnerving!
Try viewing it in a rental car and you have no idea what’s up ahead! LOL
Is this Valley of Fire? I used to live in Las Vegas and absolutely loved hiking this park. This photo is so beautiful!
Yes indeedy! It’s Valley of Fire and I want to go back…but with better hiking shoes. Got too much sand in the shoes I was wearing 🙂 Thanks
Quick put on brakes
We slowed down so that we could see where the road was, what was on it, and where it was going.
😀 watch out!! Great angle Teri!
Thanks. DH was a bit anxious sometimes with my wanting to get out into the middle of the road a lot 🙂
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