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Endless Fields of Mustard.




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Best wishes for another great year of beautiful photography.

Appennino tosco-emiliano , Italia

Mount Whitney on a cool clear morning.


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Taken at the Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park


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INTO my heart an air that kills

From yon far country blows:

What are those blue remembered hills,

What spires, what farms are those?


That is the land of lost content,

I see it shining plain,

The happy highways where I went

And cannot come again.


A. E. Housman (1859–1936). A Shropshire Lad. 1896.


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Pennines at sunset

Went for a Sunday drive to Rosevale with Ernie to see his old diary farm. Great country. Drove past this lonely tree on a hill on a neighbour's farm. My partner thought it would make a great shot - I agreed, so here it is in colour - hope you like it too.

The view at Lough Nafooey in County Mayo, Ireland. Worth a visit

Have a great weekend my friends !

View of Chrome Hill, From the path from Hollinsclough.. Peak district, Staffordshire, UK

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The Bald Hills hike can take anywhere from 1.5 to 3.5 hours one way to reach the lookout and the view of maligne lake is amazing .

Part of the peak series. Thanks to PS for saving this flavorless image due overcast weather. It took us roughly 40 mins w/ our motorbikes before getting at the top. We (with other 2 flickr buddies) were enjoying the scene although the light is unfriendly.


Explore highest position # 16 (for few minutes, LOL), May 30, 2009 a million thanks to YOU

We loved the hills and the light during our recent road trip to "Big Sky Country" near Bozeman, Montana. It was very thin clear air as we were thousands of feet above sea level. So it left us a bit breathless at times.


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Canton Lucerne, Switzerland

The rollings hills of Palouse, WA as seen from the top of Steptoe Butte.

On our trip to Coffs Harbour last year, we went exploring and ended up at Dorrigo. This photo is taken from the Dangar Falls (not far north of Dorrigo), looking west.


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View of Win Hill , taken from the slopes of Lose Hill. Dec 24th, Hope Valley, Peak District, UK

Broga takes its name from the River Broga which runs through the area. The name Broga is believed to be derived from Buragas, a mythical beast that lives in the forest.


Balltown, Iowa.

These pictures taken from Wilson Road in the hills of Petaluma on a foggy day with a Fish Eye Lens.

There's not a hill in sight at Sugar Hill, which is a boat landing on a Combahee River slough in the ACE Basin of South Carolina's Lowcountry. I've photographed this same location many times, and, like many river locations in the swampy South, it can be messy and lacking in graphic strength. This image certainly was. All that dead grass and dangling vegetal matter makes for something that calls to mind something post-apocalyptic, so that's the direction I went.

Some texture fun to start the week!

A typical country house on Tuscany hills

Sempre caro mi fu quest’ermo colle,

E questa siepe, che da tanta parte

Dell’ultimo orizzonte il guardo esclude.

Ma sedendo e rimirando, interminati

Spazi di là da quella, e sovrumani

Silenzi, e profondissima quiete

Io nel pensier mi fingo, ove per poco

Il cor non si spaura. E come il vento

Odo stormir tra queste piante, io quello

Infinito silenzio a questa voce

Vo comparando: e mi sovvien l’eterno,

E le morte stagioni, e la presente

E viva, e il suon di lei. Così tra questa

Immensità s’annega il pensier mio:

E il naufragar m’è dolce in questo mare.

One of my favorite sights...California rolling hills in their springtime glory. They are only green for a short time.

The Catherine Hill Bay Coal Loader taken with my Lee Big stopper.

There are rumours this old icon will be pulled down very soon.

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