Wordless Wednesday - Mirador del Rio

Posted by Claudia Moser on 7:24 AM in , ,





Definitely did not need one word to explain all this loveliness!

Simply breathtaking :-)

@Jenny - thank you!
@Sush - so true!
@Sarah - it was!

Beautiful pictures. Where is this?

@Luan - yes, indeed!
@Misha - in Lanzarote, Canary Islands!

Such stunning photos! Places most of us will never see. Thanks for posting!

@Kathy - there are so many wonderful places around this world, wish I could see most of them as well!

These are fantastic shots, Claudia! You take great landscape photos...

@Emma - thank you!

that's an awesome view

@Wheatgerm - thank you!

Very nice Claudia. I also wanted to say I'm sorry for not visiting like I should over the last several weeks.
Hopefully I'm back on track now.

@Rick - no worries, I know you follow me and that counts :)

you have an awesome blog. great photos, and inspiring recipes i want to try for my kiddos. enjoyed browsing, and you have a lovely writing style that draws people in. :) new follower, and hope to visit again. cheers, and happy new year!

@AdamAlexMommy - thank you for your kind words, very sweet of you and welcome :)

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