September 19, 2009

Far Far Away


Strawberry Reservoir, viewed from Currant Creek Peak (3000 feet /900 m above  the reservoir, and about 12 miles to the north).

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30 comments:

  1. Gorgeous scenery and the sky is lvoely ! Thanks for sharing your scenic Sunday.

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  2. Somebody was in a berry nice headspace when they named these berry lovely places!! Great photo Janie.
    Smiles

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  3. The visibility is wonderful if you can see 12 miles! What a gorgeous view!

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  4. Yet another gorgeous capture from one of your many journeys into the mountains. Excellent.

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  5. This is so beautiful. Looks like a postcard!!!

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  6. Great shot Janie, and thank for the distance estimate. That has me thinking about how far out the horizon is when I look out at the Gulf of Mexico. It must be shorter than 12 miles. BTW, I like the name of the reservoir. (Presumably named after the baseball player? ... joking!)

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  7. What an amazingly lovely view. I can even see the shadows of the clouds on the taupe hillsides.

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  8. What a wondrous view you had & what an experience it must have been to be there - Breathtaking!

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  9. I love that view very, very much. Beautiful.

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  10. yes it is a very pretty view indeed. Happy SS! Mine is ready.

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  11. It is such a beautiful photograph on several different levels.

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  12. fantastic view of beautiful peak.

    my entry: http://www.purodula.com/

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  13. That scenery is worth having :-)

    Thank you for sharing.

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  14. Such beautiful landscape and awesome view

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  15. I love living here with the wide open spaces of Nature!

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  16. Seeing such views must make you think you're in heaven. The view is tremendous.

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  17. Beautiful view! Very lovely scene for this post!

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  18. It's wonderful how FAR you're able to see! Lovely scenic view ... thanks for sharing and for dropping by Happily Retired Gal too ;--)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  19. Another amazing view that just takes my breath away...

    and I love the photo (below) of you and Daisy, Janie. It would make a wonderful portrait.

    Thanks for stopping by and leaving a kind comment
    Pam :)

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  20. I just had to check out your blog through Esther's. I hope you don't mind. It seems that you are living the life I long to live. I had to check out your yellowstone creek post as that is near my old stomping grounds. I grew up around horses and we used to go on a week long pack Yellowstone to Cody Wyoming. You are awfully lucky! Great blog! It is fun to see where you get to go!
    Kasha
    http://trainingboerboels.blogspot.com

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  21. Absolutely breathtaking Janie. Like heaven on earth.

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  22. Gorgeous Janie... What a fabulous view...

    Send us some sunshine. It's rained here for 6 days.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  23. Amazing scenery. You certainly have the blog for it. I love the photos you take of your neck of the woods.

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  24. We donnt need any words))))
    Just F-A-R.Thank you!!

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