Dordogne River from two opposing views (Domme toward Beynac, and Beynac toward Domme), central France
Click on the upper one to embiggen and be awed. Our B&B was near that darker cliff way in the background
The castle at the top of the far hill on the right in the first pic, and at the top of the far hill dead center in the second pic, is Castelnaud, where they have a fantastic array of trebuchets
Frank Delargy Photography
Broken Top Mountain reflected in Sparks Lake, Oregon.
240 second exposure. Loved what the long exposure and some wind-driven waves did to the reflection. Late September 2016. — at Sparks Lake.
Mt Thielsen, Due N. of Crater Lake
Mt Thielsen, Due N of Crater Lake but in COLOR!
Blue bonnets and Milkyway
I just left a 25 or 30 year old Wisteria behind, it was just a “Shrubbery”
Did you say “a shrubbery”? My name is Roger, the Shrubber! I design, arrange and sell shrubberies!
Oh my goodness, how fortuitous!
Such hard times are these when grown men can say “Ni” to an old woman.
Having perspective is a wonderful thing…
This is a waterfall that is off trail and can be sketchy to get to. If you’d like to go here, do your research like I did. I’m not going to divulge ANY details. Getting here isn’t for everyone and its a fragile area.
Joshua Johnston Photography
Somewhere in Washington State @Borommakot do you know these falls?
Photo srch found more stuff.
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Gifford Pinchot Nat Forest