David Rankin's Photo on National Geographic Photo of the Day

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Waking up to good news is always a good thing :) Sometimes even before that first cup of coffee has your eyes open and brain working at full speed. This morning was one of those Good News mornings!

David Rankin, who has RankinStudio shot a picture awhile back of a lightening strike over the Glen Canyon, Lake Powell area and showcased the Navajo Generating Station.  This morning National Geographic has it featured on their website Photo of The Day!

Another cool thing… as of noon today over 4500 people have “liked” this photo on facebook and left close to 200 comments.

Just a quick note to my son….. Congratulations David on a Job Well Done!

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4 comments on “David Rankin's Photo on National Geographic Photo of the Day
  1. Congratulations to your son David, great shot.

    I hope you are now fully recovered from your time in the hospital (about a year ago?) and back to a fully active life.

    Also, love your new profile photo on LinkedIn Heather. I didn’t know you were a musician as well.

    Be well.

    Chris

  2. heather says:

    Chris

    Wow, good to hear from you. Yes, back up and running!!

    Where did you relocate to?

    I’ve changed brokers in AZ and am with Prince Realty now and still with ERA in Utah.

    Also I am running for town council in Big Water :)

    Keep me posted on your life!
    Heather

  3. Stacy Stands says:

    Hi Heather, good luck on your town council run…yah…yah Stacy from Montana

    • heather says:

      Stacy ~ Thank you so much! I’ll keep you posted on the outcome and turnout. Hope all is well up there for you and yours!!

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