There are many gorgeous places all around this world, but Utah certainly has one of the widest variety. Even though I love to travel and see the world, I do feel lucky to live here.
You may not know that there is a place in South Central Utah that is so colorful in the variety of minerals that it is called Kodachrome Basin. I guess somebody figured it wasn't fair to have a Kodachrome and not have the opposite which would be Monochrome. As I mentioned the other day, there are dozens and dozens of lakes in the high Uinta mountains, there's Mirror Lake, Butterfly Lake, Moosehorn Lake, just to name a few. To me the most interesting and amazing of all is Monochrome Lake. If you ever get the chance to visit the High Uinta mountains in Eastern Utah, don't miss the thrill of Monochrome Lake.
Phun Phriday! is all about thinking outside the box. Have you done something Phun, wierd, creative lately? If so, leave a link to it in your comment. If not - well I'd really love to hear from you anyway. I hope you had Phun with this one like I did.
I decided that since this was such a unique reflection I'd submit it to Weekend Reflections this week.