Weekly Photo Challenge:Entrance

This is the entrance to a view of one of several petroglyph panels 1.1 miles east of the Capital Reef National Park visitor center on Utah State Highway 24  in Utah.    My husband had gone ahead and our dog Whisper was going after him.   This national treasure was a serendipitous find, for the night before we trying to make a straight run to Green River,  Colorado.  We had just had a whirl wind two day drive through tour of  the Grand, Zion, and Bryce Canyons.  We love back roads and took Route 12 out of Bryce planning to connect to Route 24 and take that to a Motel Six in Green River. As dark descended, the many deer along the road posed a safety threat, we changed plans.  We stopped at three motels in Torry, before we found a room and couldn’t figure out why, but discovered  why as we headed up Route 24 the next morning. 

As it is Rock Month on my Be With Beauty Series, I will post a picture of the petroglyph in that post of the day.Turn this picture into an Emotional Fitness Exercise: Breathe in, focus, hold, focus more, breathe out, say “Ahhhhh” and “Thank You.”

Hope you will consider sharing your pictures as a part of my Be With Beauty Emotional Fitness Training Exercise.  You can send the pictures in jpg: I can harvest them  if you are on Facebook: I can get them from Kodak or Picasa.  I won’t use any without permission and will only name you by name if that is what you wish.  Looking mainly for pictures of nature but there is beauty in other things.  I also am interested in what I call Uncommon Beauty.  Some may feel pictures of rocks are not beautiful; I do, but I also accept they may belong in the Uncommon Beauty class.  


Care, share, stay strong.


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