Celebrating the Heart of America, Her People and Places
God don't make junk. Amazing example of how we didn't do this someone greater then ourselves did.Great shot Mike.
It may be a "me too" photo, but it's still a good one. I'd much rather get my own picture of something than use someone else's, even if it's been done a million times.
This is stunning photo. You know, looking at this west photos I cannot help remembering of the legendary western movies which I enjoyed watching long ago, when I was a little girl. :-)
Hi Mike,You are certainly getting around and getting some fantastic photos.The size of the rocks and the skies really give a great sense of size, it is all so massive.Cheers Mark
Since I'm new to your blog, I don't believe I'll tire of these pics. They're beautiful.
Well Mike, I don't get tired of these shots. They are beautiful and show us a most wonderful world.I like the late afternoon sun on balancing rock.
Beautiful picture. I don't think I could get tired of looking at your pictures. They are all fantastic.
how does nature defy its own laws to create something as majestic as this ???
Amazing shot Mike..it looks as if the big rock is gonna drop :DThank you for sharing, I love this shot!
It is amazing what wind and water can do. Who would have thought a whole mountain could be whittled down to look like that.
Not tired of any of your photos!Have a great week!
Can't you just see people from times past first coming upon this setup? Taking off their hats and scratching their heads, no doubt.I guess your's makes 1,000,001.
I can never get tired of West pictures, the West has a special place in my heart...
wow this photo is great, wonderful subjet, I like this strange thing of nature! ^^
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