Bob’s Frameable Keepers Challenge — Comin’ Round the Bend

Well, it’s “Lingering Visions'” fault.  I saw her photo for this challenge, and it was so beautiful that I had to stop and gaze at it.  That’s when I realized she was talking about Bob and his challenge. I hopped on over to Bob’s place, and the site itself is a work of art and inspiration. I decided to offer my own contribution this week.  I call it “Comin’ Round the Bend,” and it shows a most colorful rock formation on top of the Blue Ridge Parkway — in Southeast U. S. It was a very cloudy day, and you can see a rainstorm just starting to move in — which I think adds to the power of the picture. But within minutes, we were enveloped in the storm cloud itself. Hope you enjoy this.

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To enjoy Bob’s site and take part in the challenge, visit here:
http://pacificnorthwesttravelerdotcom.wordpress.com/2013/01/20/bobs-challenge-frameable-keepers-week-3/

 

7 thoughts on “Bob’s Frameable Keepers Challenge — Comin’ Round the Bend

  1. Thanks for visiting and joining in the fun. As an avid motorcyclist I have carved many a turn depicted in your challenge photo. I used to belong to half a dozen motorcycle forums, posting pictures of the roads I travelled. I like the detail you were able to pull out of the cliffs in your photo. Nice job and thanks for contributing and joining in the fun. 🙂

  2. Thanks for the shout out Sandra. Great pic, full of mystery. I love the BR Parkway where it connects close to my home and the Skyline Drive. One day I would like to take it to see the Smokies.

    1. You’re very blessed to live so close to the Smokies. It’s where I want to live, but so far I haven’t been able to talk the Lord into opening up a door for me some work there. I’m still working on it. I wrote that whole series of novels set in the Smokies, and I’m still finishing the 5th book. When I work on it, I FEEL like I’m there, but that’s not quite good enough.

      1. Oh, I don’t live close to the Smokies but it has been on my list for as long as I can remember. I do live close to where the Blue Ridge Parkway joins the Skyline Drive in Virginia though.

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