Pretty. And sometimes one HAS to take a photo mid-day because that's the time that's happening!I need to learn HOW to adjust my light controls -- if my camera has them they don't look like anything I've ever seen before.
What a breathtaking scene Polona! Nothing wrong with this photo at all.
poo-poo on that rule! Its gorgeous!
ej, Polona... tole me je pa pustilo nekoliko, ne nekoliko, kar na široko odprtih ust... WAU...Ja, bila sem že enkrat tukaj, pri tisti modri živali, se spomnim, ampak nisem pričakovala te čarobnosti... Kako ozka so ta ravnanja, klik na neko točko in to bi naj bilo to... Pa ni, ne? Hvala za objeme (sklonjene in medvedje), vem, da so ornk... tudi tisti, ko stojiš na prstih ;)))))))
A beautiful shot here. The mountains are very craggy and look to be hard to climb around on?I have some similar hay bales just like the ones shown in the field, just outside in my fields (my neighbor bales them for his cows.)I am always surprised when a hayfield is fenced--the hay can't get out! Looks like these fields were once fenced perhaps when cattle or sheep had to be contained?
thank you all. the place is called Jezersko and it's at roughly 900m above sea level.these fields are occasionally still used as pastures, hence the fencing.
Marvellous locality for vacation in the mountains!
kostas: indeed, or for a holiday trip...thank you
I had to come look at this again. Looks as if the hopeful road is slowly heading for a trip through impenetrable mountains. Thanks for the view.
Me again!This photo inspires me to write something about it. Would you mind if I used your photo on a post of mine?
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