5/29/19

My Corner of the World


This is from the archives, somewhere in the south island.




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21 comments:

Calendula said...

Beautiful scenery and photo! Gorgeous!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

How beautiful! Have a wonderful week my friend!

Tom said...

...you are enticing me!

csuhpat1 said...

What a very calm and beautiful photo. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.

Maria Rodrigues said...

Wonderful landscape.
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Maria
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Sharon Wagner said...

Beautiful panorama. Definitely worth digging up.

Lydia C. Lee said...

Love those majestic mountains peeping through the cloud.

Jeanna said...

What beautiful mist, it almost looks like a magical kingdom arising from the dewy fog...Brigadoon!

Natalie said...

Beautiful scenery! Thanks for hosting and sharing your photo.

Rose said...

That sure is a nice capture....

rupam sarma said...

So beautiful view.

Nancy Chan said...

Beautiful view.

italiafinlandia said...

A beautiful shot!

Susan Mann said...

What a beautiful view. That is stunning.

Mary K.- The Boondocks Blog said...

So many layers of colors and images in this pretty photo!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I admired those jagged mountain peaks on the horizon!

kiwikid said...

Beautiful photo, love a misty mountain.

Angie said...

Super landscape!

Mikael Bergman said...

Very beautiful I like it

~ Dixie said...

Lovely pic. Thank you for hosting!

Bernhard said...

Nice picture from other end of the world :-)

Regards Bernhard