UPDATE: Thanks to Tim over at 20 Lines a Day for posting my entry. You vote for it by “Liking” my photo over at:
I’m trying my hand at the Weekly Photo Challenge over at 20 Lines a Day. This week’s challenge is Nature – The Great Outdoors. I struggled over which photo to submit as I have quite a few. Should I submit my most recent photos from a visit to my local riparian preserve? Should I submit an older photo from SoCal climbing around Point Loma?
Instead, I decided to pick from my collection of photos I took at the Boyce Thompson Arboretum in Superior AZ back in October 2010. I had already posted a pic of Ayer Lake back in March on my blog, so I didn’t want to use that one. I chose this photo of a formation on top of some cliffs. To me, it almost looks like the head of a cheetah or mountain lion – some sort of feline creature you’d only find in the outdoors. You’ve got the sky with white puffy clouds, desert plants, mountain, and a representative of an animal. Seemed like the perfect photo to celebrate the outdoors in my neck of the world.
Once it is up on 20 Lines a Day, I’ll post a link so you can hop on over and vote for this photo if you choose by liking the post on the 20 Lines a Day blog. I also encourage you to check out other photos on their blog and submit an entry of your own!
FYI – I’ve categorized this under Photo Friday. I’m breaking my own category rules here a bit because I want to minimize the number of categories listed.