Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Leading lines

Well, one line any way. The X marks show the skitrack so you can find the way even when you cannot se the actual tracks. Necessary as it gets windy up here. This is one of the wiews from the cottage in my Excursion post. 

9 comments:

Julie McLeod said...

I can only imagine what that hilltop looks like when the wind blows! I like that your photo shows us what a huge expanse of snow it actually is. What a great place to ski.....

Cheryl said...

It's so hard to imagine what that's like. How different from my world where I have only seen one or two little flakes in the last year or two.

Gisele said...

I love the blue against the white. It looks like a great place to ski.

Jacki said...

Love all that white against the blue sky, those X posts must be a big help for the skiers.

BobbieCoughlin said...

That is as bleakly cold as anything I could begin to imagine. Even here in New England, one of the colder places in the US, mountains ans ski areas have trees and places where bare rock shows through. Brrr!

Clara said...

Great miminalist shot. I can't in my wildest dreams imagine so much snow.

Steven said...

I'm glad you explained the X's, as I thought, "No way is there a train crossing on this grade!"

ellens365 said...

I thought train crossing too. Looks like with the wind you could get lost easily. I think I'll stay in that cool tracked vehicle

needlepointernc said...

Beautiful view! Love the blue sky and white snow.