Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Washington State? Oh, There's Nothing To See

11 comments:

natalee said...

absolutely beautiful!!!!!!! natalee
http://totmama.com/

ShEiLa said...

yes there is!

cool
that is water right?

Looks like water took the edge of the hill away.

ToOdLeS.

ShEiLa said...

check out how many followers...
does that amaze you?
it certainly amazes me.

I guess you do have what it takes.

ToOdLeS.

Donatella said...

very nice
greetings from Poland

robert said...

shrinking life to its real size. must be a weird, yet wonderful feeling to drive through this area.

Jai Joshi said...

That is so stunning.

Jai

marinik said...

great shot

Stephen Baird said...

sheila,
regarding the number of followers ... yes, it does amaze me. i have prayed that God will drag me in front of His creation in order to show rare beauty to others. to me, it's nice to photograph things in manner that is pleasing to others ... but look at what God did? WOW, now that's news. i don't believe my photos could fail capturing the beauty in some spots. it's just everywhere!
nikonsniper steve

Abigail said...

Stunning! I love it!!

Sassy Scribbles said...

great! great! great!

C Hummel Kornell a/k/a C Hummel Wilson said...

There is such a diverse landscape in the State of Washington. Everyone thinks about it being rainy (Seattle), but we have everything from deserts to rain forests. The lakes and rivers are mostly clear and beautiful. Northeast Washington contains the largest diversity of big game animals found in the lower 48. I helped to create the North Pend Oreille Scenic Byway which comprises SR 31 from Tiger to the Canadian Border and is part of the International Selkirk Loop, which I also assisted in developing.

Thanks for showing part of the beauty that is Washington.