into the blue

Posted: August 29, 2022 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time
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  1. Nancy says:

    Oh…look at this! I could have a whole wall mural of this and just stare for a long, long time! Gorgeous!

  2. Eliene says:

    WOW…..what a view……infinity!!!

  3. grace says:

    stunning. where can i go to read about the relationship between the First People
    and this Land?

  4. Barry says:

    MC – mountain layering – beautiful – restful. B

  5. Graham Griffith says:

    Wonderful shot

  6. fiona says:

    sometimes I like to just sit and count the layers…

  7. Liz A says:

    they’re so aptly named …

  8. peter says:

    now that’s a full pallet of blues if I ever saw one. as gardener I often tell people that blue (for flowers) is not a colour of the Earth; more celestial by nature. Thanks I will look at your photo time and again; and of course, think of you……….
    Love Pete

  9. Tina says:

    I see Sleeping Beauty … soooo peaceful

  10. Marti says:

    I’ve come back time and time again wanting to see if my first thought held – it did: When I saw this photo, the words, Gandalf Land came dancing in for this is a land of wizards and talismans, of portals into other worlds, known and unknown, this is simply, the landscape of magic…

  11. Saskia van Herwaarden says:

    shades of indigo!
    my personal favourite

  12. debgorr says:

    How could you not fall in love?

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