“The mountains are calling and I must go” – John Muir When I saw this week’s photo challenge, it was pretty easy for me to think of my favorite place. It is by far the mountains! I love hiking and especially love hiking and being in the mountains. They are always calling me and thankfully I will be in them soon enough as we prepare to go on a family ski trip to Colorado. In the meantime, here are some […]
“After climbing a great hill, one only finds that there are many more hills to climb”. – Nelson Mandela This photo was captured in November 2014 ascending a peak in the Condoriri Valley of Bolivia. After many many months of neglecting this blog, I decided to start it up again in honor of the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Ascend.
Its been awhile since I’ve written in here. It is not that I don’t have anything to say it is that time has escaped me. Today, I’m back to give you a treat. The clouds above the Condoriri Valley of the High Andes in Bolivia. A place that I will never forget.
“Life your face to the sunshine and you cannot see any shadows” – Helen Keller These photos remind me of the beauty and light of the amazing world we live in. Taken in the Condoriri Valley last year in Bolivia, the photos fill me with joy and peace. I hope to get back to the mountains sometime soon. There are many mountains awaiting me to climb.
“Every day is a gift. That is why they call it the present” – unknown Every day is a gift waiting to be embraced. To rise to the morning sun To listen to a bird’s song To breathe in each breath with determination To never let go of hope and admiration Of what a beautiful world and life it can be As long as we do our best to follow our dreams.
I saw this car in La Paz, Bolivia last fall and loved it. Sorry for the long absence on this blog. Time has been busy so I’ve been devoting more of it to my main blog thirdeyemom. I’ll try to keep this one updated with interesting shots from around the world.
I saw this man sitting outside the giant red doors of a gorgeous church and couldn’t resist taking his photo. I enjoyed the shadows of the fading sun cast against the giant red door. This post was inspired by the Weekly Photo Challenge: Shadowed. To view more entries click here.