BLISSFUL-BOHEMIAN

Monday, January 25, 2010

Taos Mountain


I took this photo for you all yesterday on my snow run. I thought you might like to see the view .
Happy Monday. XOXO ♥

14 comments:

kj said...

what can anyone say about this masterpiece except stunning.

i feel so blessed i got to see it for myself.

Jan said...

i;ll never forget the first time i saw these, annie, my heart skipped a beat. so beautiful....xo

have you ever been to the Mabel Dodge Luhan Lodge and Retreat Center? I would love to go someday and do a program with Natalie Goldberg. Sigh...

Melanie said...

So beautiful and inspiring Annie. Thanks for sharing.

Annie said...

kj-I feel blessed to live here.
Jan-yes, I have been to Mabel's lodge and not only that, but the first year I lived here (13 years ago) I cooked a Thanksgiving dinner for friends in the kitchen, I knew the man who took care of the place, he died of a brain tumor a year later. I will never forget that night.

Kate P said...

WOW. There is nothing like that anywhere else.

M.Kate said...

It's beautiful Annie, wish I could see it for myself, tks for sharing...lots of love :)

Extra Ordinary Me said...

Beautiful!

Erin Davis said...

Breathtaking. Thanks for this!

Whitemist said...

Have you climbed Wheeler peak, or at least gotten to the lake in the summer. It is incredible!

Renee said...

I love it and of course you are coming. You are gypsy number 16 and you are just to sit and make us our drinking cups and dinner plates. Because everyday after we eat and no matter how beautiful they are we will have to smash them.

xoxoxo

mermaid said...

It looks holy. Your runs must be very therapeutic.

Annie said...

yes, it is a stunning place to live!
Joey-Yes, I have done that hike many times, I always start in the Ski valley parking lot to give it an extra kick :-). That lake is stinky though, pretty, but stinky.
The hike is wonderful, and beautiful though.
Renee-That sound wonderful, making and smashing plates :-).
Mermaid-They are, and they always cheer me up, no matter what.

Laura Hegfield said...

quite the view!

Teri and the cats of Furrydance said...

One just feels uplifted looking at this photo. One of the cloud formations I love that happen above mountains is lenticular clouds (don't really know much else about clouds but an outdoor instructor I used to live with told me that)

http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap090203.html