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This is the spectacular view that I enjoyed as I was on my way to the top of Ataviros mountain. The village that is distinguished deep in the field is Embonas.
Thank you all for your time to look, vote and comment on my last upload! All are very much appreciated!
A wonderful view from the top, George Carol
Great view - I'll be up there this year!
Fine view George,
That sure is a birds eye view....one can see forever...great capture
a great sight !
Almost like from an airplane ,but much better with that foreground! - Beautiful dof. --- Jukka.
Looking down from the heavens George. Excellent. Peter.
and what a brilliant view it is too george a cracker nice one
A breath taking view
Indeed great view! Great clouds and shadows
A little suggestion if not too difficult - maybe you can use the map tool to locate your stunning lanscapes!
Wow! At the top of the world here.
Must have been a breathtaking view to look back on this scene,
A grand vista.
A terrific view.
That's some climb! Though you had taken this from a plane!!!
Gorgeous view captured here.
Pretty close to heaven George.
Amazing scene and wonderful sky.
George, you must be one fit fellow..!
An amazing view and the light & shadows from the clouds are fabulous.
You caught some great light here George.
Wonderful scenery... I like this very much.
Super shot George.
What a breathtaking view George, love those cloud formations
fascinating contrasts with this George
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