Thursday, November 5, 2015

Powell Plateau Wild Flowers

 Powell Plateau Wild Flowers

We were on a RZR ride late last summer near Bryce National Park.  One day we explored some of the surrounding area, and found beautiful 'secret garden', even though it was very late in the season for most Utah wild flowers.  (Would it spoil this picture for you if I said there is a very, large, very ugly cell tower right next to where I was standing!)

12 comments:

Sandra said...

I love this photo no matter what is next to it., stunning, gorgeous, spectacular come to mind..

you-wee because said...

Great photograph, Karen!

I like the point of view as well as the colours!

Uwe.

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

gorgeous shot :O)

Nancy said...

No, I don't want to know about the cell tower; this photograph is too beautiful to even think about it being close to such an intrusion....Thanks for stopping by my blog. I appreciate your words and visit....

Stephanie said...

Breathtaking photo!

Ruth Hiebert said...

Stunning beauty.

Robin Lamb said...

Karen, it wouldn't bother me a bit if there were four towers behind you. This image is stunning! Love the composition!

Felicia said...

gorgeous image. No I don't think it would spoil the beauty. What would we do without our cell phones.

janc@mac.com said...

No, real life has obstacles right next to the beauty. Thanks for taking your camera eyes to scenes worth seeing!

Montanagirl said...

Yes, a spectacular photo! Love the colors.

Bill S. said...

The clearing of the ground for the cell tower created a wildflower garden. If you use a cell phone, you need the towers.

Mersad said...

Those vivid colors are purely fantastic and I could imagine being there, sitting on the ground and taking photos.