Saturday, January 17, 2009

Blog Your Blessings Sunday


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We have had so much fog and overcast skies that it has been quite awhile since we were able to view Mt. Hood in Oregon, across the Columbia River. This week, I have been able to get out and walk and for that I am very thankful as it is something I really enjoy -- especially with my camera along!This is just another view of Mt. Hood but one we haven't seen lately so it is definitely my blessing this week. CLICK to enlarge.

For other photos of Mt. Hood, see the posts just below as I have been featuring it for several days.

11 comments:

Your EG Tour Guide said...

And it's a beautiful mountain too. Too bad it is so often obscured by bad weather! Wonderful blessing to be thankful for.

SandyCarlson said...

I have enjoyed your photos of Mt. Hood. I cannot even imagine anything so tall and rugged! Our hills are real seniors by comparison with this young pup! God bless, friend.

Love Bears All Things said...

I'm hoping to get back out there this week. I feel so much better emotionally when I walk. It just makes me a better person.
I'm starting a Bible Study on Tuesday of Esther by Beth Moore. I could almost walk to the church if there were sidewalks all the way. It is about 2 miles away.

CyberCelt said...

Nice photographs. Are those cranes in the picture? Are they going to block your view with condos?

It is a magnificent mountain. My son learned how to snowboard on that mountain. If I had known how rugged it was, I probably would have worried more. LOL

Have a blessed week.

Linda said...

What a wonderful blessing to enjoy God's beautiful world in nature.

Sue said...

What a beautiful mountain! Thank you for sharing this lovely pic :)

Kerri said...

Oustanding! This is one AWESOME shot!

Lilli & Nevada said...

I love this shot Paulie, you captured the sun on the field so nicely.
The one thing we love about Central Oregon is the mountains that surround us.

Nellie said...

Am so glad that you can enjoy "your" mountain again. When visiting Colorado, I always enjoyed the view of Pike's Peak. Visiting and pics are enough for me tho, I prefer the flat land of the coast of southeastern NC.

I always enjoy your pics.

DoubleDeckerBusGuy said...

Spectacular photos! (Scrolled and saw 'em all!) ...and glad you got to stroll about and snag the images! Many blessings indeed!!!

storyteller said...

Looking at your lovely photo of Mt. Hood reminds me of how Mt. Shasta appeared and disappeared with weather conditions when I spent a week up there with friends ... reminding me that (like the mountain) God is always there even when we can't see or feel her presence.
Hugs and blessings,

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