Picture Parade Three Hundred and Eight-Four

A continuation of yesterday’s post

But first we want to remember Prince Phillip. Dear Prince Phillip. Jeannie and I watched the whole of the funeral and it was very moving.

So in terms of the photographs already shown yesterday, we had done the Hog Creek landing and the next view point and we are now up to the bridge itself.

Except that I forgot to show you another photograph of the Canyon.

The sheer walls of Hellgate Canyon

The very dramatic scene with its incredibly steep flanks was just amazing!

Now to the viewpoint just before the bridge.

We had the very good fortune to take a shot of a fisherman just upstream of us.

A rock formation on the opposite bank.

All around us were spectacular sights.

Take this shot of a bird approaching a tree standing stark on the top of a small ridge. That was just to the right of the road facing the bridge.

And the bridge itself!

It really is a very scenic place.

That is the end of my set of photographs. My eyes were truly opened.

8 thoughts on “Picture Parade Three Hundred and Eight-Four

  1. Yes, I watched the funeral too and found its simplicity very moving. Those singers were amazing.
    And what spectacular country you have in your region Paul ! Great photos.

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    1. Thank you, Margaret. Yes, the singers were superb. But then the whole of the ceremony was perfect. Not a step out of place. Pure precision; pure deference to a great man. And, finally, thank you for liking the photos.

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