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Sunday, March 15, 2009

Hidden Mountain



Friday was a dreary, cold and rainy kind of day. I had to run to WalMart to pick some things up and as I was leaving the parking lot, I got a good view of the mountain draped in clouds with the pretty trees blooming. I think I've mentioned before how much I love the way the clouds fall over the mountains here. The scene below is the intersection of 460 and Cloverdale.

12 comments:

  1. I haven't done any blogging for a few days so am behind reading. I enjoyed all of your latest ones Tanya. What mountain is that? Poor Ashlyn and her homework. It's tough. - Dave

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  2. I had that same view yesterday on my way to Wal-Mart. Sorry I didn't bump into you... You could have taken a photo of my license plate. LOL

    Di
    The Blue Ridge Gal

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  3. Ahh, how I love to see those trees in blossom.

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  4. Good view of no view. I like the photo...

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  5. Dave, I'm not sure what the name of the mountain is but the Blue Ridge Parkway runs through them, I guess just the Blue Ridge Mtns? We're surrounded by these mountains and I don't know all the names yet!

    BRG, I was just there again yesterday and I'm still looking for you....you know, we all need to get together for lunch one day!

    Thanks Bratt and RH for stopping by :)

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  6. Sorry to hear you're having bad weather... Take a plain and come here, it looks like summer! :-)

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  7. The trees do make a very beautiful scene here.

    I like landscape shots focusing on beautiful hue

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  8. I would love to see a cold and dreary day then to see a cold and wintry day as it is this morning in my neck of the woods!
    An awesome photo!

    Mountain Retreat Photos

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  9. Very interesting photo for today. We are experiencing sunshine. Our rainy weather mostly are monsoons in July and August. I am glad you enjoyed reading my profile about my ancestors coming over in covered wagons. Today is Arizona theme day so I have part of a covered wagon on my site and the Prescott Daily a website has a full covered wagon. Hard to believe people traveled like this. Such a tough road to get to Arizona. BTW, I am glad you are enjoying the Chihuly art on my website. I am going to continue to post more over time and intersperse the Chihuly eye candy with the desert, interesting cactus, resorts, special events and other photos.

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  10. The blossoming trees are a sign of good things to come. I like that you can just barely make out the outline of the mountain.

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  11. You noticed a very mystical image.

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  12. I love the darkness of the wet ground and trees contrasted with the blooms and the misty clouds! Neat shot!

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