Alive and Trekking hosts the Which Way Photo Challenge. Here’s my contribution this week.
Since I have been posting flowers from our road trip in the stretch from Grand Junction, Colorado into eastern Utah, here are some beautiful scenes along the road into Arches National Park, for Which Way Photo Challenge.
We got out of the car and took the walking path around Balanced Rock.
Here’s me on the path.
Miltenberg, Germany, a beautiful small city with some 9,000 or so inhabitants, is located in northern Bavaria on the Main River. This post features ways – how people move around – and means – what is used to get around – in this picturesque town, for Which Way Photo Challenge, now with a new host, Alive and Trekking.
This photo was taken from the Main River, not at Miltenberg, but representative of personal watercraft.
Miltenberg, Germany is a small picturesque city on the Rhine River. It’s a photographer’s dream – so photogenic! I will be posting more of it soon. These are some narrow streets and stairways I snapped while walking around the town.
Posted for sonofabeach96’s Which Way Photo Challenge 9/5/19.
There is a road into the small town of Harpers Ferry, Iowa that is referred to as the “roller coaster road.” I heard about it from another tourist in Iowa last week. We decided to take it.
The roller coaster road is a gravel road, but like most Iowa gravel roads, is in good condition and easy to drive (however, your car will get dusty!). It is called “roller coaster” because of its series of hills, one after another – the kind that as a kid, I used to say gave me “butterflies in my tummy.”
As you can see, it is a rural area, surrounded by farms and cornfields.
Posted for: SonofaBeach96 Which Way Photo Challenge (which was kindly taken over from Cee!).