Saturday, December 11, 2010

to make a mountain:

gently knead the eager earth, stir in drops of minty green color, dust lightly with sugar
(southern quebec, canada)

21 comments:

cieldequimper said...

It does looks edible it's so pretty.

Kate said...

Another lovely landscape. Happy week-end!

Cezar and Léia said...

Yummy! :)
God bless you!
Cezar

Birdman said...

I've never been there in winter. Very nice image this morning.

Sharon Creech said...

I love your recipe!

Jacob said...

Cut it up and serve it for a holiday dinner! Delicious shot!

Thanks, BC, for all your comments. I thought you might like the Cedar Key condo!

Re your question on Florida Fotos: Fires in the Everglades are quite common. Sometimes they are caused by arson; sometimes by morons who throw out cigarettes or who forget to put out a campfire; but most are caused by lightning. They can be rather spectacular, but also a real pain if you're trying to drive across Alligator Alley as the authorities frequently shut it down (I-75) due to smoke cutting off visibility...

Amin said...

Hello! How are You?!
Very beautiful landscape!

Amin said...

Have a good week-end!

Naturedigital said...

Beautiful mountain.
Have a great weekend.
Costas

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Your photos make me hungry for nature and for breakfast.

Sharon said...

That sugary dust looks great on that mountain.

Sunny said...

It sounds like a page from Mother Nature's Cook Book.
Beautiful scenery!
☼ Sunny

Randy said...

That is so beautiful. We could use a dusting, can you send some over?

greensborodailyphoto.com said...

Brattcat:

Someone could use your recent photos to illustrate a story. Very charming. Makes me want the details. What is happening here? Now! What next? Stay tuned!

Jan
GDP

VP said...

A long time ago, my kid brother and I made mountains with a carpet to play with our toy soldiers...

Rob and Mandy said...

Very pretty, but gosh that looks cold!

Malyss said...

Perfect recipe!I would think there was more snow in Canada!

Small City Scenes said...

Oh yummy!!! Powdered sugar.

I believe if you change horses in mid stream you just may get a little (or a lot) wet.

I am half way back and thank you for your lovely thought. MB

Butch said...

I think frost line pictures really tell a story about ecology and our enviroment, as well as the weather in certain parts of the world.

Nice shot.

James said...

What a a view! :)

Irina said...

And he cooked only 7 days. Beautiful.