Friday Mystery Photo

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.

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Sunrise Party

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.

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I took this photo on another day, with a a bit less cloud coverage, couple “blocks” away from the above photo, another old barn.


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Most people probably ate or at least heard of KFC. This is the place where it is all started.

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Lincoln, in Color

Murals, they are pretty cool. Here is another one from down there in Lexington KY. If walk downtown Lexington you will probably spot this one, as it is huge, hard one to miss.

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Delaware Shore

Last year sunset in Delaware. I drove there from DC to get a few shots in the state.

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Skeleton Angel

Saw this somewhere on the wall at the Truth or Consequences in New Mexico. Supposedly this town is called after some 70th or 80th TV show. Nothing really much interesting there other than a hot springs resort right by the Rio Grande, the section of Rio Grande before it completely dried out. Place to visit once in a lifetime.

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Cactus Blooming

Spring seems to be about the corner, we had some nice warm days here in North Carolina, which means I had to do some yard work and started doing spring landscaping cleanup. Fun times.

This photo was taken nowhere near North Carolina. Last year we took Spring break in New Mexico and drove south the White Sands National monument. To get there we had to go through the Valley of Fire, large valley full of black lava, from not sure how many tens of thousands of years ago volcanic activities. In the cracks of that lava there were many cactuses, in some nice bloom. I never saw them blooming in the wild, cool sight for sure.

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