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Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Wordless Wednesday


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17 comments:

Amanda said...

What a gorgeous shot, lonely yet very peaceful.

Ranch Diva Rachel said...

Thanks for the mini vacation! I got to escape for just a few seconds, and it was nice!

Andrea said...

When I was little, my mom would drive us across the country from Ohio to California. It was an adventure. I would sit in the van and look out the window and imagine I was riding my horse through all the pastures and up hills and jumping over fences. This picture reminds me of that, riding my "horse" as fast as we can go. Great shot!!

CTG Ponies said...

Awesome!

Country Whispers said...

Love your pictures. A landscape like none around here.

Heather said...

You always have the best Wednesday shots! What a great capture of the clouds and the table top mountain.

prairierunner said...

I think I have the desire to climb that sucker!

Julie said...

Looks Like a mini Mt. St. Helens!

-Jen said...

Beautiful, as always!

The W.O.W. factor said...

That's an awesome shot of the butte!

(get up close and I'd bet those Rattlers are probably basking in the sun!)

Kathleen Coy said...

Beautiful! Were you planning to make it look like a volcano, or did it just happen that way?

The Wife said...

It looks very serene and peaceful.

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Nice Butte! Does it have a name?

Sorta looks like a volcano with that cloud resembling smoke.

~Lisa

Ed said...

Very nice...

Caffienated Cowgirl said...

I love it. I feel like John Wayne should be riding across the scene.

kdwhorses said...

Love it! I too picture myself riding out across there! I love looking at the different lands and envisiong riding on them!

Celeste said...

That cloud makes it look like a volcano - very cool picture.

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