Friday, January 16, 2009

A 180 Degree View

View of the Owhyee Mountains Idaho

I just stood where I was at and turned 180 degrees


2 beautiful views from the same spot





Creative Photography
Scenic Sunday

14 comments:

Susanne49 said...

That was our photography teacher words in the School of Art-Design-Photography in Switzerland, where I'm from :"Always turn around and have a look back, there are the best and "special" subjects to photograph"! He was right and I'm doing that still today :)

Very nice scenes, beautiful landscape!

Sue's Daily Photography

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Very scenic indeed. I always enjoy it when someone shows what was ahead and what was behind. Very cool!

Baruch said...

So beautiful & scenic - thanks for sharing

Lit said...

Wow you captured them beautifully! Have a pleasant Sunday. Thank you for sharing.

Sharon said...

What a beautiful place to be. Love your photos!

Roger said...

Is that Lead mountain and Turntable mountain? Beautiful area and awesome shots!

Sara Chapman in Seattle said...

What a great idea, to share the other side as well. I love the two together giving me a real sense of place. And the sunshine is so beautiful.

deserthorses5 said...

You, know, I'm going to have to try that! What a great idea! Here are some of mine. I should have turned around!
http://desertswest.blogspot.com/

Tammie Lee said...

beautiful views and images!

Patti said...

Stunning photos! Nice to see the scenery behind you as well.

Natural Moments said...

I want to explore these mountains. We had wanted to once hike the entire Idaho Centennial Trail. I still would like to. Idaho has some beautiful country to it.

Linda said...

Wow, a gorgeous view in both directions!

Gattina said...

Beautiful landscapes !

Ralph said...

To were in a unique place for your both sides now - the plateau in the front, and the mountains inn the back...or the other way. Nice capture(s)