hi Marbiz - that is snow. This is a shot from last winter. I know, well, because check out the link I made in my first comment up near the top of the list. turned out n1w and I clicked on our shutters at pretty close to the same time, a few hundred miles apart.
I'm glad you like this one, marbiz and thanks for the visit. kamaly's right, marbiz, that is indeed snow. kamaly's shot is worth checking out, too. I still think that's pretty cool that we got the same shot at the same time. Actually, there are still a few snow patches lurking in the shady valleys up in the mountains around here. Yesterday I took a bit of a drive up to the top of the mountain on the far left of this shot. It has a pretty cool view down into the mine, and I did a couple of stitched compilation shots of it. It's quite amazing just how huge that hole is.
Incredible vision of quiet and strange atmosphere.
I do love having this moon set rise! Great shot. Wonder if moons like this are the reason for March Madness!
Thank you very much, tu-quoque.
Thank you, too, Bits. The moon is a tremendous set piece for many of our shots. What would we do without it? I think that there's another orb responsible for the Madness of March.
best of.very nice and beautiful shot!.,,,greetins saeid.
Thank you very much, saeid v. Greetings to you, as well!
182000 views???? Holy Cow Jumped Over the Moon!!!!!!
That's what a bit of advertising cross pollenization can do for you, kamalyn. I've done a bit of poking around as to where this type of shot would appear in an ad, and it's so totally random as to be nonsensical, but usually centered around an interpretation of the geographical or community area. If it brings you back around for a visit from time to time, the advertising is paying off well.
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