99/366. Desert jewels.
98/366. A glorious desert drop zone sunset.
96/366. Again, another photo of the Grand Canyon, breathing in the same rainy morning sunrise.
95/366. The Grand Canyon at the break of dawn! Believe it or not, we just managed to capture a few photos before it started to pour rain. The rest of the day was a washout, literally. Grateful however for managing to witness this beautiful sunrise.
93/366. A beautiful desert ‘rose’ amidst all the thorns! After setting aside the camera, my husband quickly scooped it from me in order to capture the same flower with a beautiful little visitor!
92/366. Al and Pixie pose after landing from their wedding ceremony in Burner’s balloon, over the Arizona desert. Truly an inspiring couple …. skydiving is their passion and their forte (Al, having lost both of his lower limbs, is a tremendously talented freeflyer), and their love is as red as Pixie’s canopy.
89/366. A night on the town in the short bus, with Burner and friends. Qué diversión! La cucaracha, la cucaracha Ya no puede caminar Porque no tiene, porque le falta Marijuana pa’ fumar
63/366. In the spirit of St Patrick’s Day, this photo definitely stands out! Is this the other end of the rainbow?
60/366. Driving by some lovely green garage doors in a town just outside of Sedona, Arizona.
28/366. Fire ….. in the physical sense. Fiery are most skydivers about their passion and hobby. An elemental part of our life.