Wednesday, December 12

Farm Photo 12/11/07: It's A Small World

Moss Capped Peaks On A Wooden Landscape

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  1. That is a seriously super cool photo!

  2. There ARE Mts. in Missouri! I knew if I waited long enough, I would find them! Thank you so much for the photo, it is awsome, and so much appriciated :)You have a wonderful eye for details.

  3. I was ready to ski your fence right there.

    Yes, I'm very gullible and also impressed with your keen photo skills.

  4. Now that is macroifying and terrific - did you see it and take the picture or take the picture and see the mountains?

  5. WOW!!! At first I really thought I was looking at a landscape panoramic.
    Then when I realized what I was looking at I was even more blown away.

    Hope the cold and ice haven't wreaked too much havoc there.


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