the nearest hills are about an hour drive away from here, never mind their bigger brothers. i have a mountain of paperwork but that would be very dull to show you, or there’s a pile of logs in the shape of a mountain if that’s any good. 🙂
LOL…. FANTASTIC!!!!! You inspire me 😀
ha. thank you Cecelia!
i’m glad it’s amuse you. 🙂
Any mountain in a storm!! That looks great…
yes, the sky did get quite boisterous that day, luckily the ‘mountain’ wasn’t toppled over.
thank you for your comment!
ha! very lovely!
hehe good idea. Nothing like thinking outside the square, I love it!
thank you Brenda! it was definitely all about fitting squares into triangles here. 🙂
Are you still on holidays in Mexico – or do you live at that wonderful place? 😉
i was only there for a couple of weeks, just got back to England.
I like your point of view !! 🙂 A mountain of woods !!! Thanks for sharing ! 🙂
your mountain views are truly spectacular in the snow.
thank you for stopping by.
I like your mountain of wood 🙂
ha… thank you!
That sure works for me!
A wonderful image – and I love your interpretation of this challenge… very creative, indeed! Well done! 🙂
thank you SIG! it was easy as that was the only option i had. 🙂
I could just scroll through these photographs forever… every composition is thoughtful and so beautifully executed. I love your site.
thank you Linda, for your generous comment!
You are clever! The beach looks so good with that “mountain” sitting there!
thank you Patti! that beach looks good with or without that “mountain” and only 4 hours from NYC, it’s a good place to escape to for weekend breaks.
Mountain of logs!
thank you Mizz!
that’s really beautiful!
Joshi, your images are truly amazing!
Great interpretation, imagination. Lovely photograph.
thank you Susan!
How did I miss this – it’s wonderful!
that’s easy, because there are so many great pictures to go through. thank you!
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