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Thursday, February 18, 2016

February 18, 2016 ~ Rt. 60 at Top of North Mountain

“The clouds, - the only birds that never sleep.”
~Victor Hugo


 The mountains at the back to the west in these first two pictures are the Alleghenies,an Algonquin term meaning Endless Mountains.



This shot was taken where I parked the car as I was turning around to come back down the mountain to the house (we live about a mile from here). For some reason the picture as it came out of the camera was darker than I would have liked for it to have been, so I used an R.H. West texture named Duck Eggs to lighten it up a bit. That is why it has a bit of a different color to it.

This post is linked with Skywatch Friday.

20 comments:

  1. Beautiful skies and I like the texture effect.

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  2. Great skies in your photos. Those hills look like they are ready for spring.

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  3. Beautiful shots! I like your use of texture in the last photo.

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  4. Beautiful sky images with leafless trees.

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  5. Beautiful blue skies and amazing scenery. blogger is playing me up as well. I can't load up my posts to write a new one or see my reading list when on my Ipad so have to use the big pc. I expect they has disabled something again and not told us. Hugs Mrs A.

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  6. These photos are quite wonderful and I very much like how you captured the beauty in the sky. Won't be long now before spring is upon us.

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  7. What pretty pictures. Your comment on my blog today cracked me up Genie! Sorry you are getting more snow. It sounds like you are ready for some warm weather! If you don't like the Palm Beach area, you should give north Florida a try. We call it the "other Florida" because it is so different from the central and southern part of the state.

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  8. You live in a beautiful area!

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  9. Looks like spring is getting mighty close!

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  10. hiya , you could gamma correect it to make it lighter. Have you tried that? I only just found out how to do that.
    Still walking the AT?

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  11. If you live a mile from there, then you live in an amazing part of the country (I know you do!). Very nice photos!

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  12. Wow, what a beautiful spot to live in- very pretty views.

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  13. Beautiful scene. I'd love to see some blue skies.

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