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I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.

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Thursday, April 16, 2009

Sky Watch Friday - Parked in the Desert


When I was at Meteor Crater’s old visitor center Tuesday I parked in this lot also. At least my old rig wasn’t full of bullet holes.

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25 comments:

Moannie said...

Ae the bullet holes a necessary acsessory, or the results of shooting practice or is that a dangerous place?

A strangely awesome juxtaposition creating a very interesting picture.

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Erin said...

beautiful skies...and of course where else do people leave their disgarded stuff but in the desert.
hope you're having a good time out there.

Lilli & Nevada said...

Amazing sky shot. It is amazing the things one finds in the desert

Karen said...

It is amazing how the colors seem brighter and more intense in the desert sky.

koala said...

Bullet holes? Not something I see everyday. This great photo reminds of CSI.

Diane C. said...

Great colors, but kind of eerie...reminds of scenes from No Country For Old Men.

Natural Moments said...

We might all have bullet holes within us, but its good to get them fixed and plugged up as soon as they occur, that way we won't leak and lose too much energy.

Mary Elizabeth said...

Great photograph. Love the sky.
Interesting parking lot.
Photo looks like a museum picture
Mary Elizabeth
Blog.

Janie said...

Why do people always feel the need to shoot at old cars and signs. I think it says something about our society. I'm not sure what.

Secret Mom Thoughts said...

Love the old cars in that gorgeous sky shot.

Carol said...

Looks like they've been "parked" a long time...beautiful sky...

Linda Jacobs said...

What a great still life! And the sky is wonderful!

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

I hope there was no one in it when they used it for target practice? I have always heard of the Mafia burying their bodies in the desert. :)

Martha said...

Nice sky, interesting composition.
:)

nature ramblings said...

Interesting company you are keeping!! Hope you don't inherit a few bullet holes. Great photo and thanks for sharing your great adventures.

Brit' Gal Sarah said...

Love the contrasts in this shot and the interesting subject!

dAwN said...

Very cool photo Gaelyn..I love the beat up cars in the front.

susieofarabia said...

You be careful now - we don't want anybody using your truck for target practise!!!

Sally in WA said...

Amazing what you see sometimes in the desert.

Sylvia K said...

It is indeed amazing what you see sometimes! Does make you wonder how and why the bullet holes, assume someone was practicing to be a better shot. But whatever, it's a gorgeous sky and lovely clouds!

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

All of your photos exude BIG SKY!

Quiet Paths said...

Oh dear, did you have neighbors with large violin cases walking around? I hope it was a good place to camp. I love the red soil.

Carolyn said...

Awww, a little intimidating! Beautiful photograph though, I love the colours. Thanks for sharing and have a great weekend.
Smiles

Arija said...

Nice sky and car!
Love the two posts above with all the tremendous info.

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