Petrified wood on the Crystal Forest Trail, Petrified Forest National Park. I think I’ll stop photo-spamming for now.
Nikon D3000 and Photoshop Elements
Another shot from the Blue Mesa Trail, Petrified Forest National Park. This time, the badland hills are the focus of the shot.
Nikon D3000 and Photoshop Elements.
Looking out on the Painted Desert from the Blue Mesa Trail, Petrified Forest National Park.
Taken with the Nikon D3000 and edited with Photoshop Elements.
The Tepees rock formations, Petrified Forest National Park.
From the family vacation back in August. We ventured out west for the third time and had some good fun. The weather was lovely, albeit a little stormy.
Taken with the Nikon D3000 and edited in Photoshop elements.
x Sinvana Mount Magazine. I planted it in some Miracle Gro potting soil and let it sit outside the entire summer and it’s just gone crazy. These are just two of the four flowers it has at the moment.
This hybrid was developed at the University of Arkansas by Professor Jon Lindstrom.
My baby. I bought it at a thrift store in Missouri for $20. It can be temperamental at times but it takes me where I need to go. Fayetteville has a wonderful set of trails.
Also, I broke that red water bottle today. I was trying to get a drink while riding and dropped it on the concrete. I’m kinda sad now.
Taken with my new phone (Nokia Lumia 920).
Herpderping in the bright sunlight.
countingxbodies and her husbrand. Weirdos.
I was going through my photos and I found this.
x Sinvana 'Mount Magazine,' a Brazilian foxglove plant hybrid developed by one of my professors. We were required to plant a plug and keep it alive for about two months as our first homework assignment.
Trees changing color around Black Bass Lake, Eureka Springs, AR.
I went for a hike over the weekend with my dad since we didn’t really have enough time to make it to the Buffalo that day.
Take with the Nikon D3000.