Meandering with camera…
Somewhere near Baker City, Oregon….. I’ll figure it out later.
“Loved it!! …”
Love the scenery, Gunta! Really beautiful!
The scenery is lovely in so many places here. More mountains to come!
Great landscape photo Gunta 🙂
Thanks, Bashar. It seems I’m mostly about landscape (in case you hadn’t noticed?) 😀
I noticed 😉
It’s gorgeous, Gunta…I do love those snow-capped mountains in the background with the fresh green in the fore…layers and layers…..
The layers drew me in, too. We have such wonderful places in this country of ours. It’s a thrill to be able to explore them.
We certainly do…and yes it is a thrill. 🙂
Very lush scenic, well done!
Thank you, kind sir. Still haven’t found any alligators, but I’ll keep searching. 😀
Oh my…I think I’m living on the wrong coast!
Having lived on both coasts, I’d have to say you may be right. 😉
Love it – a little bit of everything!
Good to see you back, but now I’m a bit frazzled and not keeping up with replies to comments, much less blogs… should catch up at some point. This country is so beautifully vast and gorgeous in many spots…. then again there are parts I’d just as soon skip. Haven’t figured out how just yet.
Love the layers in the perspective. Looks like you’re heading for colder climates!
Cooler ONLY in the higher elevations. I’m afraid the valleys are far hotter than I’m used to. It’s what we call high desert country unless you get up into the mountains. The roads up into those snow capped peaks haven’t even been cleared of snow just yet. 😀
Such wondrous depth on to eternity. You are a lovely traveler. I’m pleased
to read the imprecise geographical plotting as opposed to meticulous longitude
and latitude. It doesn’t need a name, it is and you is in it.
On the other hand, my curiosity has me digging into some weird and wonderful facts of some of the places I visit…. when time permits.
I look at this photo and feel contentment (sigh). 🙂
Glad you liked it! 😀
We got into that area about 13 summers ago…the snow capped mountains…the high prairie…..the State of Oregon has such diverse ecosystems…each has its beauty!!
Not quite as enthralled with the high desert midsection, but I suppose some might find some redeeming features there. 😀
Just makes me wanna walk in that direction to see what’s over the next rise, lovely
It might be obvious just how much I agree to that sentiment, though at my age I’m a bit more likely to drive over that next rise. Thank you! 😀
Haha! You’re welcome 🙂
Gorgeous landscape Gunta. America is so vast! Coming from this little island it’s easy to forget just how vast. 🙂
Thanks, Chilli. It certainly is vast… you don’t realize just how vast it is until you’re driving across never-ending stretches of desert or prairie (or Texas)! 😀 During one of my drives I got to wondering about comparing the size of Great Britain to perhaps Oregon. I may do that when I get home again.
It’s beautiful! Makes me wish that there were snowcapped mountains here in Michigan.
Our country sure has some gorgeous scenery. There’s no doubt about it.
What a lovely panorama pic, those mountains are calling one.
I lived in these Rocky Mountains for roughly 14 years. It’s nice to be back to visit them again, but the ocean has a much stronger pull for me. I missed to very much during the years I lived here.
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