Friday, July 13, 2007

It's Friday afternoon... the bosses have all abandoned the workplace, and so have I (only in my mind of course...)

File this one under "places I'd like to be"

13 comments:

Oliviah said...

These rock formations look like a family on vacation. :-)

Lindsey said...

looks like a castle in the sky.

Tom & Icy said...

I can well imagine you perched right on top of one of those. Are they natural or did someone carve the tips?

G-Man said...

Terry,
I scrolled down to that dinner in Venice thing?
How can you like Gargonzola, and not Stilton?
It don't matter, I just love your visits, and I'll try and visit more often....Sorry I'm such a Hoser eh?..xox

tsduff said...

Oliviah - they are called the 3 sisters... I have 4 sisters, so I didn't post it as a sisters thing... really LOVE the landscape though. I'm a rock gal...

Lindsey - I'm always so happy to see you here at my humble hippy abode.. such a youngster... but still, one of the best writers around... They are castles - made of ancient rock with native courts...

Tom and Icy - of COURSE I'm perched on high... what better place do peruse the universe? Come on up here and join me... I've go some pulleys around here somewhere... They are all naturally carved by the one and only entity who claims such things... ;-D

'Scuse me ah G-man... you misunderstand... COMPLETELY. I ADORE stilton - there is no other finer cheese on the face of this Earth... but in my understanding, the next level is Limburger, of which I draw the line. Stilton is my comfort food... I partake when all is lost, all is lonesome, and I need a fix. Surely, you don't forget your delunchi cheese dip receipe? :-) I used STILTON... (If you really want to know, my mom used to share the stilton with me, before she died. I hold it in the most high esteem - crap, just miss my Mom so MUCH).

actonbell said...

Ah, to have wings! The Three Sisters? Beautiful. And you made me google:) One more reason to visit Australia. *sigh* I'd have guessed this rock formation for a southwestern US one, and something about their shape reminds me of Easter Island, of all things!

Fantastic pics, as usual.

Autumn Storm said...

Majestic scene, yet another I would love to see in person.
Have a great weekend. :-)

Top cat said...

What a beautiful natural formation.
I love this photograph.
Have a great weekend terry.
tc

neva said...

WOW. lovelovelove it, and find my self mentally joining you, my friend. hope that's okay!

oooh, and since i'm one of three sisters, i believe i may need to find a hard copy of this particular picture... guessing it wouldn't be too difficult, eh?. ; ) xox

hope you're having a SPECTACULAR weekend, Terry!

Oliviah said...

Terry, I actually have a folder on my computer with pictures of rock formations like this. When I saw this one on your blog the other day, I added it to the folder. You must be my long lost sister. LOL! Gimme some rocks and birds and I'm one happy camper. :-)

javajazz said...

actually, come to think of it,
they DO kind of resemble
my two sisters....
(funny my kid sister was in Banff Alberta
and found 3 little mountains with the same
name, or maybe it was just the sisters,
i cant remember anything so maybe it
wasnt even my sister who told me this...
anyway, glad Actonbell googled for us all
cuz i sure couldnt place where those
would be....
me, i'd like to be perched on the flat
safe ground, so i cant fall off of anything...
i think i was a pancake in another lifetime...
er, wait, wasnt that a euphamism for....
oh, nevermind...

sister celtic said...

LETS GO TERRY-BEAR... I'LL HAVE TO POST THE PIC I TOOK IN ALASKA FOR YOU...IT'S A CROW/RAVEN AND BEAR... I'LL SEE IF I CAN PUT IT IN NOW , I MAY HAVE ALREADY POSTED.. KEEP CHECKING MINE CUZ THE BEST IS YET TO COME..LOVE YOUR BLOG!

~Mo'a~ said...

Great formations...reminds me of Bryce Canion.