Weekly Photo Challenge: Simple

Blue Lake
Blue Lake, a photo by Fergiemoto on Flickr.  (Click on image to enlarge).
Also linking up with Our World Tuesday and  Creative Exchange

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Listen to silence
Melody of colors paint
Chic enchanting songs!
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The simplicity of nature!  No cell phone service, no internet, no electricity, no buildings, no crowds…delightful!

I used Photoshop Elements and stitched two photos together to create more of a panorama.  No other photomanipulation or textures applied here.  (This photo was taken during a camping trip to Blue Lake in the beautiful Uinta Mountains of Northern Utah, USA.)

Related article:  WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge

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44 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Simple

  1. I was going to suggest that the photo looked like something from my part of the world…and it was. The Uinta Mountains are a bit north of me, but so very similar to my home area of the Wasatch Mountains.

    Beautiful photo…and you did a great job of joining the two pictures. 🙂

  2. Listening to silence is the wisest of all music appreciation activites! I am entranced by the straightness of those evergreen tree trunks–all so eager for the light above, I imagine!

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  6. beautiful
    You know I live on the river and it is so tranquil till the weekend, the city slickers come up for the weekend and they crank up the radio, jet down river in speed boats, and turn tranquility into a party. They call it getting away from it all yet, they bring it all with them (grinin’)

  7. Simple, and simply beautiful.
    This looks like such a wonderfully serene place to be.

    Thank you (times 2!!) for sharing with us at The Creative Exchange.

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