Hello, everyone! Sorry I haven’t posted on here in awhile, but I’ve been very busy with work lately. I’ve been meaning to make a post on here but didn’t know where to start. This is a nice opportunity to share some photos I took on my trip to Zion National Park last week. Although this challenge calls for “spring” photos, I thought the subjects I decided to focus on were spring-worthy, too. Clouds, trees, and blue skies are all a part of spring’s and summer’s agenda!
I just love photographing trees!
The perfect capture of a perfect cloud.
A trio of trees.
You can see small droplets of water falling from the top of Weeping Rock.
Another one of my favorite photos from my trip.
I hope you all enjoy these photos that I’ve shared with you!
I had a day off from work yesterday so I took full advantage of it. I started it off by sleeping in until 4 pm. That was just wonderful since our work day starts at 7 am (housekeeping!). I then managed to get out of my comfortable bed and wander over to the dining hall for a quick dinner before setting off on my walk.
I took the nature trail that they have here and decided to bring my camera along. There were moments when nature itself would entice me to take photos of it. Whether it was a tree or a flower or a simple rock, I was intrigued by it all. Below are just a handful of the photos I took on my two hour walk yesterday. As seen in my previous post, the sunset looked very smoky but cool at the same time.
Grand Canyon selfie!
On my two hour walk last night, I ended up catching a very rare sunset. I’m not sure where the smoke was coming from, but it sure made for a great capture.
Of course, I had to catch the sunset tonight. I just love the colors that come from sunsets and it’s something really special about them. For this challenge, I’ll be using some of the photos I took tonight during my walk.
Relaxing by the Grand Canyon
The canyon itself.
I came down with a cold late Friday night. Luckily, I had today off from work. Tomorrow is my second day off and I’m hoping I feel good enough to head back to work on Wednesday. I was able to have a half day yesterday, so I wasn’t working too hard. This cold has been kicking my butt but it’s been bearable because of the support I’ve been receiving from everyone here.
Plus, I mustered up the courage to go for a walk earlier today on one of the nature trails. I’m happy I got out and took that walk. It’s amazing how being in nature can refresh you.
Hope you all enjoyed your weekend!
I like the theme for this week’s challenge. I had to find some photos I took during my trip from the east coast to the west coast last week. Enjoy!
In the air headed towards the West
Driving through Nevada & Utah
Walking through nature at the Grand Canyon
So, it’s been a full week and a day since I’ve arrived in Arizona, the Grand Canyon to be exact. I like it more than I thought I would. I’ve made some great friends and taken plenty of photos of the scenery. For those just reading my blog, I accepted a job offer to work at a lodge at the Grand Canyon for the next six months. I’m still excited that I’m here, but I’m much less nervous now that I’ve been here for a week. I’m now a part of the housekeeping team and I enjoy it. I’ve learned how to properly make the beds, clean bathrooms, and kill the spiders that live in the windows. What fun! But in all seriousness, it’s a very quick and tiring job, but I enjoy it. The only thing I’ve complained about so far would be the spiders and the coldness in the morning. Other than that, I’m really liking it here.
It took me awhile to make a post on here about how I’m doing because the internet for the employees has been slow. I finally received my username for my laptop today which is a blessing since it took some time for WordPress to load on my ipod. Now, time for some photos. I’ll be sure to make another post sometime next week with more photos and info!
The trail I walk each morning before work.
A shot of the moon I took last week.
Today was my first day off so I’m enjoying it to the max by relaxing and listening to music. Hope you all are enjoying your week as well!
“If you can’t change the circumstances, change your perspective.”