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Day 9: The Sandias

We’re enjoying the view from over 10,000 feet on the Sandia Mountains in New Mexico.

It’s a little chilly up here by the hummingbirds, so Peeta brought his jacket. 10 more words

Edward

Reviews

“With Beastings Myers has written a historical novel that continues in this vein, he is becoming a Ron Rash of northern England. Like Rash’s novels, and short stories, of the Appalachian mountains Myer’s depiction of life on the Cumbrian fells spans Biblical struggles between innocence and corruption, sacrifice and love and a sense of an evil that will always exist within the human soul. 226 more words

#155 – The Southern Peaks of the Carneddau, North Wales

Back to the hills of the Carneddau this week. I tend to bang on a bit about these wild, deserted hills, and a day there never disappoints. 835 more words

Hillwalking

Twin Lakes Hike in Big Cottonwood Canyon

Ahoy, hoy loyal readers! It’s been a wonderful week of playing in Utah. What has been great about writing this blog so far is that it has forced me to do things I didn’t do before. 331 more words

Hiking

Hello, Green Mountain State

We took a nice drive into our neighbor state Vermont. It’s always a nice trip and I can see why one either wants to paint, write or photograph when in Vermont. 10 more words

Photography

Rhapsody in Blue

Up here it is easy to see the rhapsody in blue.

Seattle, Washington | July 2014

Photography