This week challenge : Big!
A hand to support you at the End of the World : on the shore of Last Hope Sound, Puerto Natales, Chile. (photo credit : © Julie Klene)
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28 commentaires sur “Weekly Photo Challenge : Big”
That is truly wild! Do you think the fingers belong to the people whose heads inhabit Easter Island?
ahahah! can’t be, that « person » was obviously much bigger than the Moais on Easter island! they might have gotten stuck after the ice melt 😉
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Thank you so much for this nomination! I’ll drop by soon to learn more about it and answer it in the best way! I truly enjoy discovering new blogs! thanks for sharing! Cheers!
Cette « main » et cette couleur violette m’apporte une belle énergie !! Merci, et gros bisous
… J’adore !!!
Great sculpture… I love the time of day you went too… adds to the mystical quality. 🙂
thank you! it was also a day when I needed to be on my own… this place just made me feel great. happy to know you liked it!
Wow, that’s a fabulous photo!
Stunning photography for this week topic big 🙂
Incredible image. Truly breathtaking…The hands, clouds and mountains make for such an impressive view.
oh I’m so happy you liked it! Thanks for the lovely comment!
Thanks for Stopping by my blog and Linking 🙂
thanks for stopping by too! I love discovering new blogs through the challenge and found your picture just really cool!
Jules, this is breathtaking!
thank you Brigitte!!!
I love this! The sky and the mountains are so dramatic, and the hand has to be one of the best foreground elements I’ve ever seen.
thank you soooo much for your comment! I truly appreciate it! Happy that you enjoyed the picture since I completely fell in love with that awesome moose of yours! 😉
I’ve been poking around your blog ever since you gave mine a « like, » and I must say your photos are quite good. Don’t even get me started on how much I envy your travels 🙂
Hi Jeff! Thanks! I’m doing my best for the pictures, I truly enjoy taking them and hope to get better; as for the travels, you know what everybody says : « Just do it! » it feels sooooo good to be on the road! I’ll be poking around your blog too! 😉
That is much easier said than done at this point in my life. A wife, daughter, mortgage…
I should have been more adventurous in my younger years. 😀
I understand… while sometimes some of us live vicarously through the travels of others, others hit the road; it is never too late, it just needs more planning! but the married life and children are definitely a whole different adventure! Cheers to that too!
I wouldn’t trade them for the world! I’m doing a pretty good job of traveling vicariously through all the wonderful bloggers I’ve come in contact with since starting mine. Not quite the same as the real thing though 😉
Looks like one of the statues they featured in the show Lost. How cool!!
Hey Angelia! thanks for stopping by! I must be one of the very few who haven’t seen Lost… But I’m happy you liked the picture! 😉