Through the woods

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    1. Ute Burkowski 105 months ago | reply

      wieder dieser schöne, leichte Nebel- Klasse

    2. Teocat 105 months ago | reply

      winter is arriving.... also here in Rome :)
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    3. Red~Star 105 months ago | reply

      Seeing this makes me want to grab my camera and drive up. I love snow and Mt Hood. Lovely shot.

    4. suziqb 105 months ago | reply

      Beautiful, Janice

    5. excited sun [deleted] 105 months ago | reply

      You are so right, large brings out much more, very nice Janice.

    6. Janice L 105 months ago | reply

      Ute B.2009 Danke

      Teocat What is winter like in Rome? I imagine it to be a little warmer and drier than here where I live.

      jonellruddiman suziqb jakphoto Thank you.

      Red~Star Hurry before it's gone - but it will be back.

    7. Teocat 105 months ago | reply

      Last time I've seen snow in Rome it was 1985... Here it's cold but rarely temperature arrives under 0°C: today it was 16° max, even more under the sun. Been in the middle of the Mediterranean sea we have a temperate weather :))
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    8. Janice L 105 months ago | reply

      Teocat I am envious:-) This photo is taken on the mountain and I live in the valley but we will be overcast for most of the year until June. I'm sure our Office of Tourism won't be happy hearing that from me. :-)

    9. Chuck & Pat Harkins 105 months ago | reply

      Looks cold, good angle and feel.

    10. Teocat 105 months ago | reply

      I think the weather is the main reason way the greatest civilization of the past grew around Mediterranean sea... Romans used to call it "our sea"!!!

    11. Janice L 105 months ago | reply

      When I think of the Mediterranean I have to admit to thinking of Italy and Greece.

      You have it all. If a trip to the mountains is your wish the Alps are not that far away.

    12. Teocat 105 months ago | reply

      Italy, Greece, but also Egypt, Palestine, Maroc, Spain, France... and many more :)

      Yes! I used to go to Alps to sky when a was a student: the highest european mountain is between Italy and France! It's one day trip to arrive there from Rome :)
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    13. broad decision [deleted] 105 months ago | reply

      A beautiful shot…
      Have a lovely sunday...

      Please don´t forget to see my photostreem there is something important that you must know..
      Thank you…

      Por favor visita mi galería hay algo importante que debes ver..

    14. Starlisa 105 months ago | reply

      oh how fun! misty goodness.... so you went up to Timberline recently? fun!

      Seen on your photo stream. (?)

    15. Janice L 105 months ago | reply

      ♥White rose♥ Thank you visiting and for sharing the information on the flickr pirate. I have not seen signs of him hear but he is blocked just the same. Sadly, people like him just take another identity.

      Starlisa Yes a couple days ago. Thanks for dropping by.

    16. rooftop65 105 months ago | reply

      This makes me give more thought to the cold days that lie ahead. I live very close to the river, so where I am we have yet to have a frost. But everywhere else in the city and the surround had their first killer frost last night.

    17. Janice L 105 months ago | reply

      Won't be long now.

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