Monday, July 13, 2015

127 - Picturesque Panoramas

 
So waking up in the wee hours of the morning and almost freezing your fingertips off might not sound that awesome to everyone, but when you're rewarded with views like this well... I think it's totally worth it. It's also probably worth clicking on that panorama to see it full size! I hope you're all having a great start to the week!
 

14 comments:

  1. It's a great week so far, and your captures are awesome. Especially your second one's presentation!

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  2. Beautiful panoramic photo and the second photo, not sure if it's a pod of some sort, looks as if it's covered in wool, lovely!

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  3. Looks a very nice place, like the close up's

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  4. I really like those panoramas, Aimee!

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  5. Ah, beautiful panoramas, indeed, Aimee!! Thanks for sharing the beauty!! Hope you have a great new week!!

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  6. Worth going out in the chill, Aimee!

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  7. Oh wow, that is a gorgeous view. Yes, well worth it. I thought the very same thing two years ago when I was in London in November. I thought my toes would never thaw out after the tour of the old part of Highgate Cemetery. But, it was worth it. that place is amazing.

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  8. Adore panoramas like this. A grand breathing space. And love the lighting through your leaf in the first photo.

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  9. Wow!! Looks fantastic.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  10. Hola Aimme, te escribo desde España.
    Estoy mirando tu blog y me gusta mucho, haces unas fotos preciosas.
    Te sigo en tu actividad en blogger y así poco a poco conoceré tu maravilloso país.
    No hablo inglés pero uso un traductor, el idioma no es problema.
    Recibe un abrazo.
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    Aimee Hello, I write from Spain.
    I'm looking at your blog and I love, you make beautiful pictures.
    I follow your activity on blogger and little by little will know your wonderful country.
    I do not speak English but use a translator, the language is no problem.
    You get a hug.

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