Driving through Cottonwood Canyon

All above were taken during our drive through Cottonwood Canyon. We had been out hiking that morning and were heading back to Park City to have a late lunch. Brett was driving and I was hanging out the window taking pictures along the way. We passed very few people on the road. I would rather be out here during the fall with the leaves bursting with color than in the winter where everything is one color, white.

SkyWatch Friday

A walk around Carillon after work.


Pretty purple in a big field of green.


A small sign of fall.


A resident anhinga hanging in the mangroves along the boardwalk.


Another one with a fish.




One of the resident bunnies.


The fountain in the pond right before dark.


Two of the buildings on the lake.  The dark clouds cast a nice reflection on the lake.

I had about an hour before it got dark so I headed over to the ponds close to work. The weather had slightly cooled off and the boardwalk and trail were packed with joggers and walkers. I saw very few birds or ducks.  I keep waiting for all of the wintering ducks to arrive but so far I’ve seen none. There has been a kingfisher hanging around work lately. This was my last trip around the lake after work for a while. Now it will be dark when I leave work.