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I've been looking forward all week to see what you'd put up. And I'm not disappointed. What a beautiful landscape. And how wonderfully you captured it. Now I'm just trying to figure out if I want the kitchen window to face this direction or the bedroom window. :)


Beautiful! I love the whispy, low clouds, the stark shape of the hills, and the little spot of colour in the barn/shed thing at the edge of the field. And I'm jealous that you've already got crops coming up and green grass and trees!!! Our snow has only just begun melting!


So lovely!


So beautiful!

CatSynth (Amar and Luna)

Very nice. Such a contrast to our own surroundings here.
Thanks for sharing, and Happy WW


That is an awesome shot!


This is so beautiful! I love the layers of color and texture... and those low clouds. Absolutely exquisite.


I love this shot and the way you framed it! Happy WW!!


The photo reminds me of the area of North Georgia where I grew up so much.

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