One Word Photo Challenge: Frame

I’m choosing window frames and a nature sand stone frame for this week’s OWPC theme.

Santa Fe has a very unique Spanish Pueblo architectural styles, earth-colored buildings made of adobe bricks, which consist of a mixture of sun-dried earth and straw. They only install a few windows to retain heat during the winter and maintain cool temperature during the summer.

This colorful window below was captured in one of the restaurants:

The Rainbow Bridge can be viewed as a magnificent nature frame and rocks round the bridge looks as if another layer of frame for this awesome scenery. It’s located in San Juan County, Utah, 275 feet (84 m) across and 290 feet high (88 m), at the top it is 42 feet (13 m) thick and 33 feet (10 m) wide. The base is composed of Kayenta Sandstone, reddish-brown sands and muds laid down by inland seas and shifting winds over 200 million years ago.

For more Rainbow Bridge National Monument photos and stories click here...

Happy Thursday! 🙂

63 thoughts on “One Word Photo Challenge: Frame

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      • Someday, I will drive or rice a train out west. I was fortunate as a 15 year old to go by plane to Arizona to visit grandparents. My parents rented a car so we could see the desert, went up to the Grand Canyon. We didn’t see the tall trees of Washington and Oregon or the petrified Forest. . . Your photograph of the Rainbow Bridge is absolutely breathtaking!
        There is a beautiful rock bridge in Kentucky. I have photos of it (as prints from a past digital camera). . . I live closer to Kentucky and loved the caves and forests there.

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        • I can only imagine how green and beautiful Kentucky is. Trees don’t grow well in AZ and part of NM, they struggle to survive if they grow. But the landscape is so different. I do miss the big trees in East. 🙂

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