Thank you so much. The frame was there and I noticed it. I didn't have to go far for it.
I really like all your new photos with deep snow covered mountains.
Should go in an album: "Rocky and Rocking: Wooden Arches":)))
Very funny, "Double Arch" however, a wooden one. Do you know that there is a double arch? I have about twenty photos of it from all different angles, with and without snow. I guess I will eventually post a couple of them.
Thanks for the comment Jacek,
you must truly enjoy taking pictures. Perhaps
one of these days when I reach retirement age,
I'll have time on my hands to travel around to
the various landmarks. Juniper trees are one
of my favorites of all trees. Thanks, Marc!!!
I have been looking at retirement through a long narrow straw for a number of years. But, my wife and I manage to get out as much as possible. As far as photography goes, it started when I joined the SP family.
Thanks for the comment Larry,
dime-a-dozen (...here on SP, it's like 1000Xdozen for a penny!!) scenes and make them unique & interesting Marc. Real nice touch on this one!
Thank you so much Radek. I have to confess that I too have thousands of dime a dozen photos. From time to time, I get lucky with something a little different. But, it always feels good to get recognition for my lucky momments.
Happy climbing, Radek,
You are one heck of a photographer!
You are too kind Eric. You are going to come back with much better stuff on your next visit.
Thanks for the compliment and the visit.
Awesome image... I love it.
Thank you Christian,
I didn't have to go far to find this shot, it was close to a snow covered trail.
Your photo of Cerro Celaque is something behold. I would have to visit more of your pix.
Thanks for the visit,
hole in the frame or fish in the frame. Gorgeous photo, idea and colors.
I never thought of it as an eye in a frame, but you are right, it does look like one.
Thank you for the visit and the compliment.