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A View To A Kill

Day 178 – June 27, 2019

View – A Photo a Week / Which Way Photo / Kammie’s Oddball / Chart – FOWC / Ingenuity – RDP / Melodious – WODC

I will try not to sound like a broken record here, but if it weren’t for the views I am not sure how long I would have stayed in these mountains so far away from everything.  But views like the one up top, that I get to see everyday I drive home from work, put everything in wonderful melodious harmony.  And with the landscape changing, what seems like, everyday, the views never get old.  The ingenuity of the constant change, is incredible.  But the even more amazing thing is I don’t have to get in my car to experience something that folks don’t see everyday.  Take, for example, what I saw right before I started to write this post.

Look closely and see the buck dipping his head in for a little drink.  Sorry for the quality but I had to snap real quick with the iPhone before he took off.  Perhaps if I had to live anywhere else, not in the mountains, or the beach, it would be a place with views like this:

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47 stories up, in the center of Times Square.  But I think I would really miss the mountains.

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