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Seeing beauty, were others don’t — 36 Comments

  1. I love the permanency for a place called home; but would love to travel and see many places. I love the desert with all her history and rich sky scenes and plants. I know some see it has a harsh place for surviva and endurance but I others see it as beauty and intense like a weathered character.

  2. Roxy: you, Torrey and your family find some of the most Beautiful places on your travels! Thank you for always sharing the Beautiful with us.
    *Cairn cuddles*
    Oz

  3. That’s why I love this bloghop, I can discover so much things what are beautiful at the second look and what are special. I like this little snowball and your sky looks really beautiful, who needs a tv when you can watch a sky like yours?

  4. My dogs help me see beauty in our mundane daily walks. You have opened up a whole new view of the desert for us. Fantastic photographs.

  5. It sure is beautiful. The skies are incredible. When you find that red rock desert that stays warm all year long, would you mind sharing the secret? :)

  6. We used to go camping in the desert when we lived in CA. It was wonderful to watch the light paint the landscape different colors as the sun moved across the sky. That is a very impressive sunrise!

  7. This line stopped us in our tracks: Seeing beauty where others don’t, can be as simple as looking…

    Love this. Thank you for the inspiration (even for us who do it all the time). It was beautiful. And we so appreciate the ways you see, celebrate and create more beautiful!

  8. The red rock desert is quite stunning. I saw some pictures of the snow in Moab before. Just lovely. I also love the way the sun reflects off the rocks in the mornings and evenings. I totally get why it would be hard to pick one over the other. Beautiful pictures.

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