This photo will really look it's best if you embiggen it by clicking on it.
Obviously it is Phun Phriday! again. And yes, this is the third Phun Phriday! in a row that I've published photos taken long after the sun has gone down. The moon was out, but not very bright so we decided to do a little light painting. We tried it with just a plain LED flashlight, but it came out way too white, so Chad decided to try shining the light through a color filter that gives the rocks much more of the true color of the rocks. This, by the way, is Mesa Arch in Canyonlands National Park. On our five days in the Moab area covering Canyonlands and Arches National Parks and Dead Horse Point and Goblin Valley State Parks, if I had to pick one favorite place it would be very difficult, but I'd probably say it would be the Mesa Arch area. Yesterday's photo was taken from a vantage point standing less than 100 feet from where I was standing to take this photo and probably my most favorite - and I have several favorites - was taken standing less than 30 feet from where I was standing to take this one, only a half a day earlier. I will eventually show you that one, but in my feast I always save the very best until the end.
As you know by now photography should be Phun and that's why I have my Phun Phriday! posts. Have you done something Phun, weird and/or creative lately? If so, leave a link to it in your comment or just tell us it's there so we can go find it. If not, I'd really love to hear from you anyway.