Friday, March 07, 2008

Mesa Watch

I know I post a large number of pictures of Grand Mesa, but it is very hard to have the worlds largest flattop mountain right outside of my office window, and not to photograph it. Especially since it changes so often. So rather than run from it, I will embrace it, and institute a Mesa Watch so every so often you can see what the mesa is up to :)

6 comments:

Jim said...

I dont see how anyone would ever get bored of that view. Even if it never changes, I would stare out the window.

photowannabe said...

Love the layers of shadows and clouds. I could never get tired of this view. I wonder if I would get any work done.

Jo Cool said...

The fresh snow line is pretty low on the dobies! The wet winter will be greatly appreciated come late summer. Our snow is nearly gone after a week of low to mid 40s. Alaskans for Global Warming!

Bill said...

Yea, water will not be an issue this summer. The state is on average 135% of normal in snow pack, and they are talking about opening the ditches early this year. DDP could be showing flooding shots!

Mike said...

Wow! How could one not love looking at that every day? That scenery would be great stress management. In Detroit area, we've got boarded up houses, smog, and lots of crummy automobiles on the road. Enjoy it!

Kim said...

This is my first time to visit your blog and I must say.....I would never tire of this view!