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A little more

OK I might be overdoing it - I guess you get the message, it was green as grass out there.  The landscape is also dominated by the most marvellous rocky mountains.


  1. No, would never get tired of looking at that beautiful scenery. I love the layers in this photo :D)

    1. I wish I had got a better shot of the mountains. They have the most interesting pagoda rock formations but I was photographing from a moving car so not so easy to get a good photo.

  2. It's gorgeous. It's not often we see it that green.

    1. It can be green like this in the Spring too. It's just that we have had a prolonged dry spell so the contrast is greater.

  3. Love this photo.
    I always love the ones you take that make me feel like I could walk into them.
    What constitutes a photo like that I'm not sure - it's just the vibe of the thing.


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