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How High



We never know how high we are
Till we are asked to rise
And then if we are true to plan
Our statures touch the skies -----Emily Dickinson

walking Fairyland Bridge/picture..Jochen Schlenker.
(on the playlist.. Without fear of wind or vertigo)

6 comments:

Auberne' Rose Ancalimon said...

Where is that? It's awesome!!!!!

Auberne' Ancalimon @-`---

The Dutchess said...

This is a very famous mountain in china,in the south of the Anhui Province.Going to the top of the mountain you must climb the most dangerous "heaven ladder.If you google"Mount Huangshan",you will find nice pictures..

Auberne' Rose Ancalimon said...

COOL! Although, I would be scared to death cuz I am afraid of heights. :(

Auberne' Ancalimon @-`---

Patricia said...

That picture both terrifies and inspires me, I have dreadful vertigo but it looks so much like something out of the movie 'Lost Horizon' that I long to be there! Thanks for the info on the location. Also thank you Dutchess for your kind comment on my banner....much appreciated as you obviously have a very good eye for beautiful art!
Do you know the poem by George Eliot 'O My I join the Coir Invisible'....I think you may really enjoy it!

Patricia said...

Hello again Dutchess,
I neglected to ask if I may put a link on my blog to yours,
Thanks,
Patricia

The Dutchess said...

Dear Patricia,thank you for the nice compliment,i could say the same thing about you. I visited you site,and enjoyed the Butterfly..also i like the postcard with..love.Always nice to recieve one like that!Can i add you on my Kindred Spirit list...And of course its oke to put a link to the Dutchess on your lovely blog.
I do not know the poem but now i an going to look it up and read..
Greets from Holland...