Beautiful landscape, Marilyn and you captured it so well. Greetings, Anne
This dead tree is the last touch.And what a beautiful name it has.Cheers Daniela
Thanks, Anne and Daniela.
We were told that the name was given by Captain Cook. His crew wanted to enter the fiord, but sailing ships needed much space and the right winds in order to turn around, and he was "doubtful" that he would be able to do it, so he didn't enter!
very good composition!
Thank you, Alfred. Despite the bad weather, it was an extraordinary site! Greetings from Canada. Marilyn
The weather is always the same here... As we saw that in 2001.
But isn't it good that even in weather we don't like, we sometime find lovely views!
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Photo taken in Fiordland National Park, New Zealand
Misplaced? Suggest new location