Tuesday, March 17, 2009

My World Tuesday

From Telluride Trail, Telluride looks like a bunch of little dollhouses. The skiers pictured are at the top of the ski run Kids Hill, a steep shortcut.

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18 comments:

Lois said...

They do look like dollhouses! This is such a good shot!

Tash said...

You've got a photo of the year here! Absolutely amazing (& you've had a lot of great photos of the mountains too.)
Perfect to show off your world.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Great perspective. The houses look very close.

Mariz said...

Great photo of a beautiful scenery, the skiers must have had a wonderful time, looks very thrilling.

W. Latane Barton said...

To begin with I thought that was a town in miniature. Great comparison.

Lily Hydrangea said...

What an interesting shot. I like how they send the kids down the steep hill!

Tricia said...

Now that shot REALLY makes me want to live there - to be surrounded by all those mountains - SO Cool!

Gresham Photo Blog said...

Awesome view!

chrome3d said...

Sense of space is so hilarious. Like there is two layers put together in photoshop. Must be fun to ski so near the town.

Janie said...

That's an amazing angle on your shot, to show the skiers and the tiny houses with no snow. Nice!

Jacob said...

What a dramatic photograph! Great colors, too. You do live in a gorgeous place!

SandyCarlson said...

What a view up there!

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

very interesting perspective and they do look like tiny matchbook houses

Arija said...

Looks like a superb run down! A very beautiful day and views as well, could not ask for better.

Sharon said...

What a gorgeous view!!

Barb said...

Watch that first "step" - sure looks steep. It seems as though you could topple into Telluride from there.

Beth Niquette said...

How incredibly beautiful your photos are! FABULOUS!

(grin) It may seem silly, but all I can say is...."WOW!"

julie said...

EXCELLENT SHOT, Lisa!!!
Lots of contrasts in this one.... light, scale, pattern and lack thereof, layering...
LOVE IT! :)