Though I don’t consider myself a photographer, I do like to take pictures. I find that, as long as I don’t get too caught up in the mechanics of it, it helps to notice the beauty around me and to solidify the memory in my brain. I snapped a lot of pictures on our trip through the southwest, many from the window of the car as we were speeding down the highway. Gary prefers to drive so I ride shotgun, doing the navigating, but mostly taking in the scenery. Here is some of what I saw as we passed through parts of New Mexico, Arizona and Utah. It seems to me that almost all of southern Utah could be a national park. I hope you enjoy the views.
It is a spectacular country that we live in. I am grateful I got to see a portion of it – and that I got to see it with Gary, the best travel companion I could ask for.
2 thoughts on “Views From My Car Window”
It is a gorgeous landscape out there with one beautiful view after another. There are so many beautiful places and it is hard to compare one with another.
Perhaps for me, Yosemite National Park may be the most special but sometimes all you need to do for is look out the window.
It’s true – sometimes you just have to look out the window – like the rainbow out our backdoor this evening. I took a picture of that, but don’t know how to post it in this comment. 🙂