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Uploaded: 01/06/10 7:37 PM GMT
Misty Mountain
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On the island of Madeira, about 1000m up, driving towards a 1800m summit. With the low cloud base and dark skies, it was not a very colourful image, but I hope the B&W perspective adds a different dimension. Thanks for stopping by.

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.hirschikiss22
01/06/10 8:08 PM GMT
I think it looks great in b&w! A very moody mountain shot!
~Kim
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.lovestoned
01/07/10 7:46 AM GMT
It's both spooky & mysterious. Nice one.
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::Logun7
01/07/10 4:34 PM GMT
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every day is a gift......that's why it's called the present!!
.ovar2008
01/07/10 7:53 PM GMT
Very nice view. Pico Ruivo, i think!.
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.gbo911
01/09/10 9:26 AM GMT
I didn't have enough time to leave messages for all my Caedes-friends' posts in the last few weeks. So now I only write this comment on the BEST pics. This is one of them.
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::mikerkim
01/10/10 1:19 AM GMT
Yeah, that's what I like. Love the fog in the mountains and trees. Great job, Richard.

Mike
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