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You know I love reoadside grass.  We've gone quite a long way down the road, time we headed back to the caravan park and my warm cabin. We are not quite done yet, i have a few more shots back at the camp.


  1. I love all the blues and greys.

  2. I love grasses too. These definitely look blue with cold.
    I would not have ventured out of my warm cabin even for blogging.

  3. Is that a ray of light in the background? Whatever it is it looks fantastic amidst all that blue.

  4. Simply glorious. There's usually a good measure of tranquility in your photos, and this one has it too. I love how peaceful it is.

  5. Lovely lovely lovely ... the light in the background adds a quasi-religion aura to the entire scene.


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