Lens-Artists Challenge #73 – COLD

When I think of cold climates, I think of mountains.  In the Picos de Europe in northern Spain, we took a cable car up to the mountains after spending the night at the parador there.

Though it was still summer, it’s always chilly up so high.  We hiked around for awhile and enjoyed the bracing air and the views.

You can find more cold at the original Lens-Artist challenge.


10 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Challenge #73 – COLD

    • Mei-Mei November 27, 2019 / 9:42 pm

      You know, I don’t remember having any problem with it at the time, but looking at the pictures now, I thought, I’m not sure I’d be up for that again!

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  1. For Tyeth November 25, 2019 / 3:01 pm

    Hi Mei-Mei, now that is some scenery! I wouldn’t mind hanging around in the cable car…I’m used to heights. When I worked as a performer I also helped set up the stage equipment and lighting so spent a lot of time in a six point harness dangling from scaffolding rigs installing lights! I was taught to respect heights at Performing Arts college.
    p.s. that last shot looks very much like Ach-to with the little peak in the middle – that looks like the area where the Force Tree was located!

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    • Mei-Mei November 27, 2019 / 9:41 pm

      It does look like Ahch-To! Love that you saw that comparison 😀

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  2. Prior... November 25, 2019 / 10:29 pm

    “bracing air views” looks so nice – and I like the sky in that cloud and mountain layered shot

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  3. pattimoed November 26, 2019 / 7:22 am

    I’ve never seen these mountains, Mei-Mei. They are really very rugged. I enjoyed your shots of them.

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    • Mei-Mei November 27, 2019 / 9:40 pm

      They were lovely to visit. I don’t know why they aren’t more famous 🙂

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