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Looking Over The Top (MM)

 During a recent trip to Colorado, we spent an afternoon driving through the mountains.  We headed north on State Highway 67 from Woodland Park.  Our elevation at the beginning of our drive was 8500 feet and we continued upward as our drive continued. It wasn’t long before the air became thinner and we felt as if … Continue reading

Texas Sunset (BW)
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Texas Sunset (BW)

Sunsets don’t always make great subjects for monochrome photos.  Often a sunset in monochrome looks moody or stormy and we miss all the colors nature provides at sunset.  However, I think this sunset photo works well in monochrome.  The clouds look gorgeous and the little ray of sunshine at the horizon keeps the photo from … Continue reading

Looking for Lunch
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Looking for Lunch

We were visited by a large flock of Great American Pelicans earlier this winter.  These guys were floating around the lake eating all the little fish they could find. You can find few facts about the Great American Pelicans and see more photos in my post Visiting Pelicans. Monochrome Madness Challenge “Looking for Lunch” is … Continue reading

Connection
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Connection

Old McCaysville Bridge We came across this bridge while traveling around North Carolina.  On this day trip we left from Murphy, North Carolina and in just a few miles, we found ourself in Georgia. Somehow, we came across the towns of McCaysville, Georgia/ Cooperhill, Tennessee.  The towns are right on the state lines of Georgia … Continue reading

As Far As The Eye Can See (MM)
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As Far As The Eye Can See (MM)

I took this photo as we were traveling along the Blue Ridge Mountain Parkway in North Carolina.  There were numerous pullouts where you could stop to view all the gorgeous mountains.  This particular vista was appealing because all you could see was rows of mountains which ever direction you looked.  I like that you can … Continue reading