A Room With So Many Views; Beauty Preceeds Gritty


The weekend began with the scenic drive on Highway 80, climbing up the mountains of the Sierra Nevada. The train speeding up the track next to the highway seemed to mimic my thoughts, my soul; take me higher, take me away. The little towns of Auburn, Penryn, Truckee; the area called Blue Canyon, ever higher as we moved up the mountain.


I flung the curtains of the room open to see what surprises might be on the other side of the window



The view straight ahead, and to the right spoke to the glory that only the Universe is capable of creating



I stood and watched dusk descend, and knew that the ever-changing scene would begin again tomorrow


About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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18 Responses to A Room With So Many Views; Beauty Preceeds Gritty

  1. So beautiful Angeline! A room with so many views – love it!
    Happy weekend!


  2. Amy says:

    Sierra Nevada is gorgeous through you lens! I like the 6th shot.


  3. Wow.. Thanks for sharing.. There is so much beauty in this country and you did a great job of capturing it.


  4. E.C. says:

    Gorgeous! The landscape is breathtaking and definitely a sweet way to enjoy the day. 🙂


  5. ChgoJohn says:

    So many beautiful shots. If I could, I’d cross the mountains again and again and again. I’d never tire of it and would always be inspired.


  6. nachogi says:

    Amazing landscapes!!


  7. veraersilia says:

    I liked best the dusk scenes.


  8. foster says:

    I like that contrast between the orange train and the trees (and their shadows).


  9. Imelda says:

    Lovely trip and sights. Thanks for sharing your beautiful photos and experience. 🙂


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