Cherish is my favorite word, and I cherish the ability of turning the routine into a beautiful moment.
Nature creates in me, a spiritual and meditative time to bring peace, harmony and balance, into an otherwise ordinary day~
Mary Howell Cromer







Thursday, November 1, 2012

Million Dollar Road for SkyWatch Friday~



My heart thoughts go out to the families who have been touched by the recent Hurricane Sandy, tropical storm, flooding, and earthquake...
It has been devastating to millions and I lift this tragic situation up~

The "Million Dollar Highway" in Colorado, was completed in 1924. 
Twelve of the miles cost a million dollars per mile to build. 
It is both challenging and dangerous with much of it without guardrails, high cliffs and very narrow lanes. 
The day we crossed over, we had sunshine at the base and then hail, sleet and snow at the top. 
Needless to say, I prayed the whole way. 
All images were taken through the windshield/windscreen~
 
I am linking up with:



 
 
I invite you to check out more 'Skywatch Friday' posts from around the world at:
http://skyley.blogspot.com/

From my home on Tingsgrove,
in
Borowick Farms,
Kentucky
May your day, your week,
always be filled with sunshine of the heart
and a silver lining~

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




21 comments:

  1. Absolutely stunning scenery! Thanks for sharing these beautiful photos with us. I am guessing this is in the American Rockies. What state would they be in? Have a great day! Pamela

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  2. such beautiful color - and love the pines. :)

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  3. Great captures again Mary.
    Thank you for sharing.
    Costas
    http://naturedigital.blogspot.gr/

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  4. Wow, breathtaking sights along the way! Gorgeous scenic photographs, Mary! I love the way you captured the dappled sunlight highlighting beautiful fall colors. Glorious!

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  5. Superb captures, wonderful colors and moody Fall skies! Such stunning scenery indeed! Terrific captures for the day, Mary!! Have a great weekend!

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  6. that is so wild ... the hubby & i were just there seeing all the site in August-Sept of this year. take a moment & check out my blog & see my "Colorado" ...got a few more coming out shortly. such a gorgeous place. the hubby favorite state we visited. i loved the aspen trees. they are too perfect. wish we could have some here in VA. (:

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  7. Seriously beautiful photos!!! Wow!

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  8. Oh my, what a beautiful post! Your photos are just superb.

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  9. wow that was a great series..each photo could be a painting..I want to go there...hope you are doing ok. cheers.

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  10. Wow! Fanstastic pictures. Love them:)

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  11. Your shots are really gorgeous. I can't believe what stunning autumn colors there are...that's a million dollar road with million dollar views!

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  12. your photos are awesome! i love the trees with yellow leaves and straight while trunks. thanks for sharing.

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  13. so much beauty here!...I think we are all prayerful at this time.

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  14. Your pictures always overwhelm me with awe. I don't know how you do that? You have a good eye for composition. These pictures are incredible. And it makes me think of the drive they took in "The Shining".

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  15. Mary, these are such majestic images, with clouds touching the tops of the mountains and aspens at their feet. Breathtaking beauty from our loving Creator.

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  16. Best scenery pictures I've seen, cheers Mary.

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  17. A stunning, spectacular and memorable journey there Mary with your usual wonderful display of images. All those autumn colours are just beautiful. Have a great weekend and stay safe now you're on level ground.

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  18. Simply beautiful landscapes and fall colors!

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  19. A million dollar views too! These images are so lovely and represents well the colors of fall.

    I can't get the courage to drive through winding roads and especially no guard rails. Brave!

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  20. Wow again stunning landscape pictures Mary.... On some of them I would say cut down the tree and then you have Iceland ;-)

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