Exploring back roads in the mountains can be frustrating. You might spend an hour bouncing down a dirt track, negotiating past washouts and fallen trees, and there is nothing to see but that endless dirt road and trees that all look the same on either side. You’re tired, your whole body hurts from all of the bouncing around, and you start thinking about turning back. Then, up ahead, you see sunlight and a patch of blue sky. You break out into the clear – the whole world is spread out before you – and even the long drive back down the mountain seems worthwhile.
Oh my goodness. Why are you not getting more hits???? This picture just took my breath away!! WOW!!!
If you don’t know already, one thing that I learned about how to have more hits on my site regularly is to have keywords on your tags and posts. Keep that in mind, and even more people will appreciate your photographs;)
Nope, wait, I spoke too soon. I just don’t understand how you don’t have more likes on this. lol
i’ve totally been there, done that, on those dirt roads in forests in California. I LOVE it. Thanks for your beautiful photos.
what camera(s) are you using?
Thanks – I use a Nikon D7000.
An occasional view like that makes the whole process worthwhile and fascinating though, doesn’t it!
This view was definitely worth a bit of a bumpy ride!
Totally worth it. That is beautiful!
What a breathtaking panoramic shot! I’m sure you could sell posters of this.