I may have faith enough to move mountains, but without love, I am nothing.
I hope you will enjoy my vision of BIG while listening to the attached music.
Category: Music, Photography, Weekly Photo Challenge Tagged: big, blogging, love, mountains, postaday, search, truth, weekly photo challenge
Definitely big. Too big for me to climb!
For me too, and too steep, but I would like to get lost in clouds above 🙂
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Did you go to the top?
Nope, I shot it from my balcony 😉 Ain’t I lucky? 😉
Wow! Yes you are! Wish I had a view like that (and a balcony!)
I can help you search 😀 I am good at planning trips… daydreaming and travel planning is my favourite hobby in idle work hours 😀
Did I clarify that it was during my 10 day stay in Austria – that it is not the same balcony where I actually live? 😀 😀 😀
Oh, I thought it was from the back of your house.
Sorry, my mistake 😀
I wish it was so :D. The biggest attraction on my balcony are the falling flower petals from the neighbours and shitting pigeons :D. That’s why I travel….. to try out other balconies 😀
“Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference” (Winston Churchill)
It isn’t always need to move mountains, often it’s better climb them at enjoy the view… 😉
Wonderful shot… 😉
And why do I always feel I should move them :S
Oh Lovely, Where is this?
Above Lech am Arlberg in western Austria – a view from my balcony this summer 😉
Do you also know the name of the mountain? I would like to go there 😉
You are intrepid. I’d better keep it a secret for the sake of your poor old legs 😉
I had to check it out 😀 the name is Omesberg Lech. Watch your step Poul!
For about 7 or 8 years I spend 10 days in that area – in St Anton – every early morning (isn’t it morning at 10.30 am..?) I met Roger Moore at the bakery – he looks better as Brett Sinclair or James Bond ‘hahaha’ – but he’s really a okay person for sure – all made fun while we waiting (lots of people) – he thought I was norweigian and told that he better like danes – I said it didn’t matter I also prefere Sean Connery as Bond… 😉
I was almost on the top of Valluga (2811 metres) wearing shorts (of course black) amazing view (not the shorts) – but didn’t climbed up – first a small rail train waggon standing sideways on rails up mountain – so a big float cabin and finally a small 4-person lift – it was june and it was snowing up there, but the sun shines… 😉
😀 😀 Black drake meeting Bond in an isolated Alpine village, dares say Sean Connery is better…. 😀 😀 😀
You are one brave duck!!!!
When he found out, that I was danish – he was one big laugh… ‘hahaha’
I’m always watching my step and almost never get into trouble I can’t get out of myself 😉
Thanks for reassuring me. Have you had a house-warming party yet?
Ha Ha No party, I don’t know anyone in 100s of miles so no one to invite 🙂
and besides you live next to a cemetary, right?
Sure do 😉
Maybe I will invite them for holloween 😉
That’s the attitude Poul 😀 (I like your sense of humour).
Thank you Paula 😉
Mountains and clouds. Sounds great! aa, and cold too.
I like the scenery, the atmosphere.
Yes, mountains and clouds and so many pristine lakes near by… a heaven almost… I like cold when the temperatures in my country hit 38 Celsius 😀 I pack my bags and move to mountains….
Is that mountain hikable!!! Looks like one I would love!!
It is Lisa 🙂 Not that I have tried 😀 There were so many mountains around it was hard to pick one 😉
Hey Paula … who’s performing that mesmerizing music???
Hello Stephen 🙂 I am so glad that people are finally listening. I have music attached to all of my posts, but a few days ago I finally discovered the option of embedding an audio player into my post. This one is composed by Vangelis (ask the mountains). I am glad you like it Stephen 🙂 Thank you for coming and writing.
Fantastic image Paula, I really dig the cool tones 🙂
It is cool that you approve Bashar. Have a good weekend 🙂 I am glad you resolved the stolen pic business.
Easy-going music to dream away and fly up that big mountain, to dwell in the clouds and sit on top of the world. Nice photo, Paula.
*hugs* did the weekend start for you too?
Hi Marion 🙂 It was a great view while I was in Austria 🙂 I am glad you like the music. Weekend is way too short…. *hugs*
Without love we are nothing, so true Paula!
That mountain is incredible – dramatic and beautiful in one. What is the music it is very beautiful?
Vangelis – Ask the mountains 🙂 Thank you my dear Anne 🙂
Ahh Vangelis! Thank you 🙂
Fantastic image of that very impressive mountain! I wouldn’t mind that for a view even for one day.
Cool that you like it Phil 🙂 I can look at mountains without ever getting bored 🙂 Thank you.
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Spectacular view! Great shot, again, Paula!
The view was breathtaking, and I was lucky to enjoy it for ten days 🙂 It is great to share these lovely memories with you guys. Thank you, dear Amy!
I almost put roughly the same thing but then I decided to go crazy!! 😀
😀 I’ve seen your crazy Mike 🙂 It is COOL 😀
Never disappointed on your blog.
🙂 🙂 🙂 Neither am I when I enter your page. I hope your weekend is fun, Hitesh!
So far so good.
You too have a great weekend 🙂
wow !! lovely peak and lovely sound i am loving it 🙂
As soon as this page opened up, I exclaimed, “Oh yeah!”
Oh yeah? 😀 Thank you Allan 🙂
A very, very wonderful photo. Orofiorentino from italy
I love mountains! they’re so powerful… beautiful picture here, once more!
Je les adore 🙂 Merci pour ta visite Jul’ 🙂
Awesome view! Beautiful image Paula. You are a wonderful photographer. 🙂
🙂 This is very kind of you Arindam.. I love mountains and trees 😉
Excellent post Paula for this week theme big , I really enjoy it while listening in your attacment sound 🙂
Good for you Jake ;). Thank you for having a listen too 🙂 Happy Sunday!
So breathtaking, Paula. I enjoyed your magical, musical tour. 🙂
🙂 🙂 🙂 great 🙂
A flyover would do… Great shot though. 😉
😀 🙂 Thank you.
What a view! A very dramatic photo, the way the clouds wrap around the front of the peak, while still leaving the summit in the clear really makes it for me. Great capture Paula. 😀
Nature can be very cooperative ;). Thank you Jeff 🙂 🙂
Beautiful mountain photograph, Paula.
I am glad you like it, Nate 🙂 If anyone should have a say when mountains are concerned, then it should be you :D. Thank you.
Powerful words, excellent photography!
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Gorgeous image…I love how you incorporated a soundtrack to go with it 🙂
Thank you Desiree 🙂
Cette photo me fait trop penser à un jeu vidéo: Skyrim ! 😮
Tu devrais faire une photo sur la montagne, au-dessus des nuages… 🙂
Il faut que je la monte avant .. ca sera la part difficile 😀 . Peut etre en Slovake l’ete prochain si je prends un funiculaire :O
Ahah oui ! 😀
J’attends impatiemment la photo alors. 🙂
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