Photos from Sue

Sharing the beauty of our world



Once that pesky dandelion blooms in your garden, the flower transforms into a puffball of seeds which are then scattered by the wind.

These will always be California Poppies…even when they bloom in Oregon.

As we ate lunch, perched on a picnic table half buried among the spring grass, I couldn’t help but notice the bright red spot of a ladybug.

Fierce winds blowing across the sand create sculptures on a sandy Oregon beach.

Mountain Laurels bloom with flowers that look like peppermint candy in the gardens of Oregon’s Shore Acres State Park.

The remains of Montezuma Castle, perched 90 feet up a limestone cliff, remind us of the ingenuity of ancient builders. It is believed the Sinagua people inhabited this cliff dwelling from 1100 and 1425 AD.

From a distance, Chimney Rock rises above Sedona like a…well, like a chimney. A short but steep detour from the loop trail had us scrambling up to the base of the three spires that create Chimney Rock. What a view!

Native grasses provide spring color, contrasting with the red rocks of Arizona’s Grand Canyon.

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