Saturday, December 18, 2010

Haunted mountain

Three more days before Solstice; then the days start getting longer again. I'll be glad to see daylight on our way home before supper time. Still, the low-lying sun does produce some interesting views.

Here's Mount Baker, usually so smooth and white in the distance, now, just before 4 PM, draped in long shadows and ringed with spiky, jagged rocks, tinted pink.


And poor old Mount Baker; he's haunted! I was looking for a heart for Clytie, and instead, I found a dozen faces peering at me out of the snow. How many do you see?

A Skywatch post.

9 comments:

  1. Wonderful picture of that mountain! looks great..

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  2. That is incredible. I love the photo.

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  3. oh, romantic view.
    congrats
    http://graceolsson.com/blog/2010/12/the-changes-of-life/

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  4. You are so blessed to have that view

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  5. Oh My! This is the sight i was yearning for but missed it.
    So beautiful and yes! i see many faces including a beautiful native woman; an Indian princess i think, cartoon characters, a donkey and a St. Bernard.

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  6. Lorraina, I saw the princess and the donkey, etc., but not the St. Bernard. I'll have to go look at the mountain again!

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  7. Why don't they have beautiful and interesting photos like this in waiting rooms

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  9. Views of a very cool .....

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