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I like the Dordogne River bridge very much!
Thank you, Frizz! Dordogne is one of the few places that I love to visit again and again…
Glad you like it 🙂 Have a great weekend!
so naturally scenery, it is…
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These are all so lovely Amy! Thanks for sharing some of nature’s finest! 🙂
Thank you for visiting, Nicole! Great weekend!
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you’re a real high flyer Amy – Vancouver is beautifully vertiginous
🙂 Love mountains. Capilano is my favorite place.Thank you for visiting. Enjoy the weekend, Laura!
Breathtaking scenery! Beautiful photos, Amy.
Thank you, Angeline!
We have one very similar in the Dordoigne. They are all fab & quite make my tummy turn at the height!
Thank you for stopping by and taking time to comment! It took a little effort to hike up 🙂
These are breath-taking shots! Where in Italy are the earth pyramids?
Dolomite (north Italy). We took a train to Bolzano, then took a bus to a small town the next day. We hiked for hours, got lost, no one spoke English and no signs… I really think we found it by luck. 🙂
What stunning shots, some of them actually left me feeling a little dizzy. A wonderful collection from your travels
Thank you for visiting! Happy to hear you like it 🙂
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Goodness! What a wonderful collection. The Dordogne River photo had me swooning.
Thank you so much for visiting! It was an adventure 🙂
Beautiful pictures. 🙂
Thank you for stopping by, Arindam! Glad you like it 🙂
Such a beautiful view! 🙂
Thank you for the link, Sheryl!
Just gorgeous Amy, I would have loved to actually been there to view in person, but your photographs are the next best thing. 🙂
Your kind comment made me smile, Penny! I can use your support.
Great photos…they remind me of our road trips in Europe where I always seem to be looking straight down from the passenger side window of our car. 🙂
Thank you, Karen! My husband is a hiker, I just follow him… 🙂
Absolutely stunning views! Love the Dordogne River and cliffs. Amazing shots! 🙂
Thank you, Sonel! Glad you like it 🙂
Beautiful pics. I think I like that bridge the best.
Thank you for visiting! So glad you like it.
Great series, I especially like the first with the bridge, from above.. 🙂
Thank you for stopping by, Bente! Canoeing on Dordogne was an adventure 🙂
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Really loved your photos, they are gorgeous.
Thank you so much for liking these photos! Glad to see you, enjoy Sunday!
The bridge and the tress are exquisite. 🙂
That is one of my favorite place. Thank you so much for visiting, Zen!
You’re welcome. 🙂
your dordogne photos are especially good amy … it has been years since we were up on that cliff but i remember the picnic we enjoyed there!
I’m so happy to hear your experience in Dordogne. That’s a picturesque spot to picnic 🙂
So beautiful. One of my favourites for this challenge.
Thank you so much, Tasneem! I’m so encouraged by your kind comment.
What beautiful pictures, pictures that make me want to get out my suitcase (or repack it), and travel!
Thank you so much for stopping by and taking time to leave comment! When I was making the post, I felt like to start packing 🙂
Fabulous series, Amy – stunning scenery, and great shots from above. 🙂
Glad to see you, Meredith! I would love to see Dordogne again, and again… But, I’m not sure we can find the earth pyramid again 😦
I suddenly feel like getting all outdoorsy! Damn you and your pictures of places with fresh air 😉
Hi Maria, Thank you very much for liking these photos and taking effort to make comment! Happy to share them with you.
amazing place and cool pics.thanks a lot for sharing..enjoyed it
Glad you like it. Thank you so much for stopping by and taking time to make comment. Have a great day, Kavita!
Love the earth pyramids Amy – never heard of them!
It’s a well preserve spot, haven’t been promoted, and wasn’t easy to find… Thank you for stopping by, Tina!
Excellent photography Amy , i love it my friend 🙂
Thank you, Jake! Happy to hear your comment 🙂
The bridge on the Dordogne and the Earth pyramids are my picks from this stunning set Amy.
These two places are going to stay in my heart for a long while… Thank you so much for letting me share with you.
These are beautiful, Amy – i’m especially drawn to the first two.
Thank you so much, trs! Happy to see you 🙂
Thanks! I’m trying to get caught up with everyone after being away for over a week… I’m getting there! 😉
Wow Amy. Amazing views!!
Glad I could share these with you! Have a nice weekend 🙂
Glorious views… yes, the French ones got to me, something abut the bridge, the winding river, knowing how cold and fresh the water would be… the different greens… a poem…
So glad I could share it with you, Valerie! Thank you for spending time here.
Breathtaking! Those 5Million year old earth pyramids sure look like hidden gems nestled along that peaceful looking community.
I still feel lucky that we found the earth pyramids. Love how you describe it. Because of the steep valley, these pyramids were well preserved.
Gorgeous and breathtaking and makes me itchy to pack again 🙂 Some of your sights coincide with mine – no surprise there, right?! 🙂 Wish you a safe and enjoyable trip to China my dear!
Breathtaking, Amy. All of them! Just when I settled on a favorite the next shot blew me away. Great choices for the challenge.
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