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13 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Near and Far”
I love it Janet…it is so soothing.
I am really happy with this shot. The clouds parted just for a few moments – we were socked in with fog for most of our time on Mount Mitchell. Serendipity strikes again.
So lovely blue multilayer photo. Blue is my favorite color.
This mountain range is called the Blue Ridge mountains. You can really see why in this photo.
Thank you, Lisa!
A watercolour vision … spectacular horizon. Beautifully meets this week’s challenge!
Thanks, Cheryl! This one was truly a lucky shot.
Love the layers in this photo. Perfect for the theme 🙂 Judy
Thanks, Judy! It’s another case of being in the right place at the right time. But You can really tell why they are called the Blue Ridge Mountains.
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