Skip to main content

Magical Moment 548, "I Spy"


Time to play "I Spy."

Can you spy the pontoon boat at the bottom of the Grand Canyon?
You may have to click to enlarge, or else put on the eye glasses you never wear!

Here it is a bit closer...just a tad though (even though I zoomed all the way in).

How about the kayak? (Thinking about my blogger friend at Just One Life)

Here's the cheat sheet.

And the fisherman?

There he is.

"No Picture or word, no brush or palette, no lens or paint, can extend the wonder of Grand Canyon beyond itself."
-Grand Canyon: The Hidden Secrets (IMAX)



~~~

Comments

That last one is especially beautiful. Did you go to the bottom of the canyon?
TexWisGirl said…
LOL! it's really lovely!
Linda, yes we floated about 15 miles along the Colorado River. It was amazing!

TexWisGirl, it's even more so in person!
Dawn said…
OH MY GOODNESS! OH MY GOODNESS!
I WANT TO DO THIS!
It's so beautiful Elizabeth!!!!
Thanks for sharing your photos. I just added one more thing to my list to do!!!!!!!!

(Oh....and Mr.Farmer saw your last name and said "HEY! I have Grimes' relations in the states! Hmmmm...IF we were somehow related- don't you think a reunion is in order;)

THANKS again for this post. I LOVE IT!
Anonymous said…
Oh, it looks like a most relaxing day on the river... Wonderful shots.
Anonymous said…
Oh, it looks like a most relaxing day on the river... Wonderful shots.
It is just so beautiful, blue sky, reddish rocks, greenery around the water...
Deborah said…
Wow, it's just incredible! I wish I was there!!!
Dawn, yes you would LOVE it! How amazing would that be if we were related?! Are his relatives from Texas by chance? :)

Thanks Robin, it was perfect!

Gary, absolutely and 100 times that in person.

Deborah, it should be on everyone's list for sure! :)

Popular posts from this blog

Magical Moment 611, "Great is Your Reward"

Certain sounds and smells can bring to mind a long forgotten memory. For me, certain Bible verses can conjure up a memory, long, but not so forgotten.
If you grew up like me, in a private Christian school, attending Sunday School, Awanas, and Vacation Bible School regularly, you're an expert at quoting Scripture. I laugh in the face of Bible "Sword Drill." I can find a Scripture reference in 3 seconds or less. When other's have to think to themselves the sequential order, "Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians..." I'm already at I Thessalonians. It's like growing up bi-lingual. The skill is just there.
This morning, I read the first 3 words of a verse, and then finished it quickly by memory. Like the pledge of allegiance, it was automatic. "Trust in the Lord...
...With all thine heart and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge Him and He shall direct thy paths."  Proverbs 3:5-6
When I finished, I smiled to myself slightl…

Magical Moment 420, "The Critter Awards"

I'm nearly 28 and I still love to go to the zoo - even with no nieces or nephews to use as an excuse. I went to the Turtle Back Zoo in NJ with Eddie today. It was cold and rainy, but I thought I'd take the opportunity to have fun snapping photos of my favorite critters.
The Happiest Critter award goes to: Cassie the Sea Otter This is Cassie's first nomination as she is a new addition to the zoo. She thanks her parents for making her so cute, and the zoo keepers for feeding her and keeping her energy up to entertain the guests.
The Most Hypnotizing Critter award goes to: The Sea Horse The Sea Horse was also nominated for Brightest Critter.
The Brightest Critter award goes to: The Blue Fish The Blue Fish and the Sea Horse are considered rivals in many aspects, but personally maintain a good friendship. "We work together in our goal to inspire awe in our spectators," said the Blue Fish.
The Best Dressed Critter award goes to: The Peacock The Peacock has won this award sever…

Magical Moment 620, "Lilac Garden"

Eddie and I visited the Lilac Gardens at Ringwood Manor in New Jersey, a pristine and beautiful state park with 8 species of lilacs and several varieties within. We went on a rainy afternoon, which turned out perfect because the rain stopped for us when we got there, and began again as soon as we left. It also decorated the plants with gorgeous rain drops, adding to their beauty. 






And now for a quick game of "Where's Elizabeth?"
And "Where's Eddie?"
~~Have a great weekend! ~~