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Pat, Mandy is a little slow (thinking wise). hehehe
That's why I described the red part as "hills glowing with autumn colors"--to explain the red and orange! :-))))))))
Of course, we'll enjoy some picnics, Mandy. Just make sure that you bring along some ant repellent.Advia, if there can be purple mountains, it only stands to reason that there can be red ones.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Purple_Mountainhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_mountainIn fact, there are more red mountains than purple ones. :-)
Your gradients make a great landscape. I just wonder what the red thing could be do you have red mountains there?
What a wonderful view. When I visit I want to picnic here, please?? Thanks Wendy :~)
Pat, this one took forever to get where I got it. It should have been easy but it wasn't.Anyway, it's the view outside my window.**I wish.
I don't know where this landscape is in the world, but it must be beautiful to live there! Sun-filled sky, high clouds, hills glowing with autumn colors, gently flowing water...love it! :-)))