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wow that rock is amazing... is that really done by mother nature?ReplyDelete
Yes - there are lots of those all over the Utah desert. This is one of the more photogenic ones. :)Delete
The rock in the first photo looks like a giant mushroom! Hi Shyla☺ReplyDelete
That first shot that rock looks like a giant enormous mushroom. As I sat staring at Shiloh howling I realized if I looked at it long enough it looks like she is howling and then it looks like she is looking over her shoulder and her ears are standing up in other words it's a two-faced dogReplyDelete
Ha ha! I love your interpretation of Shyla's silhouette.Delete
What beautiful pictures but we would love to see a video of Shyla howling.ReplyDelete
Both beautiful photos, shout it out sweet Shyla!ReplyDelete
You live in heaven. Wow. You're always a whiz with your camera.ReplyDelete
Have a fabulous day. Scritches to the pups. ♥
Love those rock toadstools, they are so fascinating to see.ReplyDelete
Sandra's comment above about a two-faced dog made me look again and have a chuckle :)
Yes I agree that did look like a mushroom in the first photo.ReplyDelete
I always love the silhouettes of the Shyla
As soon as we looked at that first photo, we immediately thought giant mushroom:) Shyla's silhouette is gorgeous. Love these photos.ReplyDelete
Love the mushroom rock, and always love Shyla's howling silhouettes too!ReplyDelete
Love that mushroom-like formation, and of course Shyla!ReplyDelete
It looks like a slice of heaven.ReplyDelete
It's either a mushroom, or a ship that got reefed on a rock....butts I like yours the bestest Shyla!ReplyDelete
Great stuff. Makes me think of Garden of the Gods. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete