Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Corner View


I forgot to mention that I'm playing along on Wednesdays with Jane of Spain Daily. Every week we are posting bits and bobs from our little spot in the world.

This is our (cloudy, today) view of the city from the top of our hill in the yard. When there are fireworks down in town, you can sometimes see them from this little spot. You can also see my favorite tree on the left hand side. Supposedly, that tree is the largest cedar tree in our area. It's beautiful and I always hope that my neighbors that own it love it as much as I do (and never cut it down!). There were flurries of snow when I climbed up the hill to snap this photo; by this weekend, we are supposed to be having early summer-type temperatures. That is mountain-desert living in a nutshell.

Enjoy your Wednesday!

10 comments:

Ritva said...

great corner photo! thanks!

caitlin said...

Beautiful. How lucky to have this view from your home. Thanks for playing, and letting me snoop around in your corner :)

Jeannette said...

Hello Ani,
nice to see your corner of the world. Can´t wait to see more!

Ian said...

It's certainly very different to here. It puts me in mind of the film, Cold Mountain.

jane said...

Ani! This is great! I love the description! Thanks for posting!! Can´t wait to see more! Un beso-Jane

trinsch said...

hi ani - where in the world is this? looks like you have a beautiful view from your garden hill top - can't wait to see it on a blue sky and sunny day too.

MODsquad said...

So fun!! Thanks for your visit!! You have a beautiful blog & pictures! Thanks for sharing!

Bean said...

I love how the mountains surround us here, like a big hug.

Ani said...

wow! thanks for stopping by my place. it's been super fun to 'travel' the world via all your blogs today. i'm really looking forward to next wednesday (food + me = true love).

trinsch--i'm in reno, nevada, usa. it's a good place to be. close to mountains, living in the high mountain desert, ocean about a 4 hour drive away. a little bit of everything!

The Girl in the Yellow Shoes said...

So pretty! I love virtual travel!