9.18.2012

Italian Mountains


sharing some high mountain beauty with you
I wish i knew the name of these Italian mountains
we were in the north, not far from Switzerland
afternote:
Dagmar from Barefoot from Heaven 
tells me these are the Dolomieten (Dolomites) mountains
thank you Dagmar xo
 

my sister, Wyndi drove us up up up 
into the mountains
my niece, Sofia and I had to stop over and over to take photographs!

Wyndi thank you for sharing the beauty of Italy with me!
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31 comments:

  1. Wonderful photos from the mountains.
    Great job!
    From Hilda

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  2. Your Alpen Glow Radiates Everywhere Across the Globe When You Feel As If You Are On Top Of The World.

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  3. Rugged Italian Alps and dear family to share the majesty. What could be better?

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  4. Beautiful mountains and photographs Tammie Lee.
    Costas

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  5. The world is beautiful and marvelous Montana. I remember this summer ... the Rocky Mountain...

    Tomás.

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  6. gorgeous. gives such a free feeling.

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  7. Thank you for sharing them with us. They are beautiful!

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  8. What a joy it must have been to breath while being there. Thank you for this wonderful journey.

    Please have a good Wednesday.


    daily athens photo

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  9. These must be the Alps! Imposing and really beautiful! You surely are very happy - to see your darling sister and her family and to feel the spirit of Italy!

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  10. Fantastic scenery!! =) mountains and mountains so far eye can see! they are high and sharp, lots of tops..

    So fantastic it must have been for you, I'm so happy for you and that you share photos from there! :)

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  11. Wow, so rugged, so beautiful.
    I love the high mountains, that part of the world.
    Lucky girl . . .

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  12. Wow! so beautiful! Shoudn't they be the Alps that border France Switzerland, Germany and Austria?

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  13. Beautiful young mountains, Tammie! What a landscape. Thank you.

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  14. what a wonderful experience to share with your sister & niece!! thank-you for sharing here with us... I look forward to your every travel post.

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  15. Catching up with you, Tammie, and all I can say is WOW! I would like to go there some day. Your photos, as always are gorgeous. Hope you had a wonderful time. :)

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  16. You give us a wonderful view of the Italian Alps, on the Swiss border, they are rockier than the Alps in the South Tirol on the border with Austria.

    Great that you are having a wonderful time with your family.

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  17. Your heart was full of peace there, is it true?

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  18. How beautiful. I hope you had a wonderful trip. :<)

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  19. Sorry to you all my friends but these are not the ALPS. They are called the Dolomieten (Dolomites in your language). And they don't belong to the Alps. I've been here so many times drove through them on our yearly vacation to Italy. And when I was a little girl, visited after our holidays with my mom and dad each year in Switserland.

    First thing I saw was...uh....these aren't us/can. peaks....they would be way to pointy/sharp. And yea I totaly forgot you were on a european tour.
    To bad I didn't know you were here, would we awsome if you would have hit holland too.

    Hugs and hope I've helped you out here. ;0 Dagmar

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  20. hello Dagmar,

    thank you for your wonderful information! yea, i will update this post.

    i would love to visit you in Holland sometime. again, thank you and yes hugs.

    tammie

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  21. Oh wow.. so lovely. It must be wonderful to see in person.

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  22. Absolutely stunning Tammie! Breathtaking! The drama is similar to your world here in the states. I am sure you would have loved to run down to the poetical tree and sheep?

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  23. I believe different mountain ranges evoke different feelings of beauty. Like your own Rockies, the word majestic comes to mind. I'll bet they're even more beautiful when snow capped.

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  24. Mmmm, just stunning Tammie! I LOVE that you got to spend time in Italy with your family! What beautiful surroundings to spend with beautiful family. Thank you for sharing some of the beauty with us!

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  25. Powerful scenery well captured :-)
    Rune

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  26. Very beautiful--but for some reason they make me want to yoddel.

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  27. ...nice to catch with thee in italy! ~ some very beautiful rugged country yoU have captured there! ~ blessed be!... ...xXx... ...Samantha...

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  28. Awesome, Tammie. It must have been a fabulous trip!

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Warm greetings to you~

Thank you for visiting and also for sharing your thoughts and feelings. Seeing through your eyes and heart mean so much to me!

Tammie