… a look back on a beautiful Spring morning on the Colorado Plateau at 8272 feet MSL, located just west of SR 89A a mile or so above the switchbacks and looking NNE. The lakes in the meadows in the foreground are from snowmelt … normally this entire area is a dry meadow. Above this you can just make out Rogers Lake and slightly above that and a little to the right is A-1 Crater looming up in front of the San Francisco Peaks which dominate the skyline. Earth’s surface directly below me is about 6800 feet MSL. The peaks from left to right are Humphreys Peak in the clouds and topping out at 12, 637 feet MSL, then Agassiz a few hundred feet lower … continuing we have Doyle, Fremont and finally Shultz Peak. Currently I am combing through old photos of Shultz Peak to find the remnants of a structure that Lowell Observatory built on it. Rich kind of sees it in one of my photos, but I know I have better as I used to dive into the Inner Basin flying between Fremont and Shultz Peaks whilst taking pictures 🙂
Below we have a Black Hawk that was heading into Bubbling Ponds Hatchery for an early dinner … they are so amazing to see in flight!
Spent a fair amount of time with support staff of a software company I use … trying to make a legacy program work on this computer that worked on my old one … honestly it looks like it will not work, so I may have to uninstall it and it is one that I used a lot … oh well, back to my manual way of working on backgrounds I want to alter a bit.
Into the weekend for me, so enjoy your days and keep living and enjoying what each day brings you … be kind and smile … and keep breathing!
Love some one—in God’s name love some one—
for this is the bread of the inner life, without which
a part of you will starve and die; and though you feel
you must be stern, even hard, in your life of affairs,
make for yourself at least a little corner, somewhere
in the great world, where you may unbosom and be kind.
Love Some One by Max Ehrmann
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