Superstitious or Superstition

I’ve used both but the real name of the mountains are the Superstition Mountains.  I wasn’t the least bit superstitious as I traipsed around the area but I don’t think I would do it today – Friday the 13th.

 

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19 Responses to Superstitious or Superstition

  1. Mark Myers says:

    Beautiful – love the way the clouds add depth.

  2. Just beautiful!!! Did you find the Lost Dutchman’s gold?

  3. Oh it is too – often I know the date but not the day!! Hope you have a good one! c

  4. Timothy Price says:

    You never know who might lurk around there on Friday the 13th.

  5. Ingrid says:

    Love that place. One day I hope to show you a few of my favorite hikes! We might even invite Ms. Nancy 😆

  6. smilecalm says:

    how nice!
    a remembrance
    from my eastern AZ years 🙂

  7. ChgoJohn says:

    Great shot, Teri. Wonder how it got its name?

  8. Les says:

    Nice Image of the Superstition Mountains. Have read about this place. If it’s all true, I wonder if it really is or just superstition. I truly wonder if their is a Dutchman’s Gold Mine there somewhere.

  9. Lavinia Ross says:

    Beautiful photo, Terry! Now I know what they look like. The late Kate Wolf wrote a song about those mountains.

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