1 Shot Wednesday: Winter Hike

Milly gets a running start.

I love winter hikes after a dusting. The air is crisp, the skies are brilliant, and the snow adds a dimension not seen on regular days during the year. This is Fay Canyon, Sedona.

39 Comments on “1 Shot Wednesday: Winter Hike

  1. Ah, you have snow already. We haven’t had any yet, and I hope we don’t. It looks very nice in Sedona though. πŸ™‚
    Best wishes, Pete. x

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  2. I love the white against the red rocks. Last winter after one of those serious snowstorms, I headed up to Sedona for photo-ops and really enjoyed it. Love this image. Do you have Milly full-time now?

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    • No. We have my older granddaughter full time now. She’s a gem. Milly moved with her mom to Sedona, so now we only see her once a week instead of every day (I was in charge of making lunch and getting her off to school on the bus.)

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  3. Looks like your photo found a great way to augment John Muir’s β€œOf all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt” … and surrounded by a dusting of snow πŸ™‚

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    • I feel that way everytime I go for a hike. Thanks very much for saying so. I’ve been very excited about the new documentary by Ken Burns and “The National Parks”. They feature a lot about Muir and his influence. I realized I’m truly at the core a Transcendentalist.

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  4. Pingback: 1 Shot Wednesday: Winter Hike β€” Cindy Bruchman – Best of the Midwest – Hiking, adventure and photography

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