Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Long Views Extraordinaire
Views Leaving Town
Bottom: Panoramic View of the
Appalachians; I 'hate' to
leave them. (Click to enlarge.)
Next Up: Blue skies and ridges.
Top: The view. This was taken
from a gravel road carved out
of the mountain side with a sheer
drop off. A lone tree is growing
up the side, making it looks as if
the tree is growing in the sky itself.
Have a great day my readers! :)
I will leave you with this:
"Seize the day, seize whatever
you can. Life slips away just
like hour-glass sand."
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Why thank you E.B; and welcome to my blog-spot corner. Sit back on the porch and feel free to stay awhile!ReplyDelete
A good piece of advice to pass along, lg. I need that today. :) Lovely photos.ReplyDelete
Thanks Louvregirl, I love your pictures and I like that song, too. Haven't heard it in awhile and now I'm off to Grooveshark to give it a listen!ReplyDelete
I always feel like I can step right into your world with your beautiful shots, lg.ReplyDelete
Sound advice - we truly do not know what the next minute brings. Best to savor every one :)