Hey folks, its been a while since I had any posts on Friday, well, last night I got home not too late and had a few minutes to get this one out for you to identify. My wife did not know where it was, and she usually can point out location for most of my photos, so it might be a bit of a challenge for you as well.
Looks like an alien ship. Perhaps it was built by aliens too.
Weekend update: Good tries everyone, but no right answers. This is down Chicago at the Millennium Park, not far from The Bean. Funky building between the trees.
Distorted reality in it pure form, just go and see The Bean. It will bend your mind in all kind of waves. Popular place to selfies. One even can argue that is it my own selfie too, as one of those figures out there is myself, actually I can count at least three of me there, The Bean, selfie multiplier.
About thirty minutes prior to arriving to Denver airport I saw a bunch of the wind power farms, hundreds and hundreds of them out there producing electricity. Really interesting view from high above.
Posted in Colorado
Tagged Wind Farm
Couple weeks ago we took our spring break to Colorado. I visited it before on couple business trips, but it was limited to Denver and to the after work hours, which are not the best way to explore new destinations. This time we spent very little time in Denver itself and went on exploring other parts of the state.
I took this photo from HW24, as soon as we came out from the Pike National Forest we saw this incredible view of the valley and the San Isabel National Forest mountain range in far distance. Those high peaks are above 14,000, high country, and we were probably at around 9,000 high from where I stood.
Storms were coming through the region and instead of usual blue skies we watched clouds moving up above at a high speed, it was very windy day. It took us another hour or more to get to the other side of this valley, distances can be very deceiving.
It’s been a while since I put last Friday Mystery Photo, have been too busy at work. Well, hopefully will be able to reverse this and start back with these photos back again.
Do you want a clue for this one? Alright, across the river is another State, perhaps you now where it is.
I was there only two times and not sure how busy it can get, perhaps much busier than this specific morning, even with some cloud coverage over the mountains. Popular place for pictures, for sure.
I took this photo on another day, with a a bit less cloud coverage, couple “blocks” away from the above photo, another old barn.
Most people probably ate or at least heard of KFC. This is the place where it is all started.
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