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There are many mountains out there, some the actual physical ones and some are metaphorical mountains that we have to climb. I live in an area where there aren’t even many hills so I can’t just go outside and take pictures of big, beautiful mountains like I see on the Television and since my artistic abilities do not extend to painting or drawing, I can’t draw or paint a mountain for you. I did find a few pictures that I felt qualified that were taken back on my honeymoon and then I made my own “mountain” creatively.

Enjoy!

On the right, you can see tops of "mountains" or hills....

Another view

Would you believe this was about 15 minutes from skyscrapers and big buildings?

And for the last picture, I “aired my dirty laundry”, so to speak. 😉

A mountain of laundry!



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