Yes, it’s hail, at 8000 feet elevation. Coronado National Forest where you can “experience four seasons in a single day.”
Today’s guest blogger is 8 years old, starting Third grade in the fall. Wow! Look at this photo she took from her flight’s window.
Thanks Ellie, for allowing me to share your shot of Mt. Rainier, Washington. If you hit the link on the name you’ll see it’s also known as Tahoma or Tacoma, I looked up the elevation and it’s 14,411 feet (4,392 meters)
Have a wonderful vacation and thanks for sharing your photo today. Your grandma has been a blog follower and good comment writer for years.
Today’s iPhone shots taken on the train today
weekly photo challenge:edge of mountain touches sky
Will upload regular camera soon
When I saw the theme for this week on Sonel Corner’s blog, I knew I had to post a response. If you click on the link to her blog you’ll see a wide variety of families from a musical instrument family to a family of Plovers and also a family of Vervet Monkeys.
I took this photo of my family over the 4th of July weekend when we were with Erika’s parents at Smith Mountain Lake Virginia.
Then converted it into black and white for the challenge. Certain shots seem to look better in Black and White. This one has minimal white.
ISO 100 f 7.1 1/400 with Canon 70-200 L series lens on a Canon 5D MarkII