Weekly Photo Challenge: Eerie & Travel Theme: Sky

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December 16, 2013 by allsho

As I was writing somewhere else, I love the Alps, but my mountains are the Appennines.

Last time I crossed them the weather was, well you can see for yourselves.

From Podenzana looking back towards home, the sky and the mountains’ profile reminded me of Mordor, if that rings any bell.

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Luckily, as I was saying yesterday, later in the afternoon the sun tried shyly his way among the clouds and managed to bring back some light to all of us.

But the eerie feeling returns when I look at that sky…

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(Weekly Photo Challenge @ The Daily Post)

(Where’s my backpack – Travel Theme)

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