Have a book out by National Geographic titled Life in Color
, organized by...color...yellow, green, brown, black, red etc and there are beautiful photos submitted through the My Shot method and some from the turn of the century. Even one of a horse in Sennett NY which borders on Auburn.
Really surprised at the one of a bride in Kosovo with a face painted white and intricate patterns - did not know that was a custom there - very beautiful.
Impressed with the views of terraced rice fields in China but completely taken with one of the Alps at Selva, Italy by James Buchan. Thought of Carole and the 360 degree view she posted years ago. Looking more closely, I thought: You've got to be kidding
A field is at a 45 degree angle and mowed - no fences where there should be. Is it for cattle or were there crops there? This was formed a long time ago but seems like it could collapse any minute - and I can see another field in the background far below - guess one gets morning sun and the other afternoon sun.
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Try to magnify to see all the detail - one sharp piece of rock is in the distant center. Did that fall there or what??