Pic du Midi de Bigorre, Hautes-Pyrénées, France the Beautiful…:-)

les montagnes émergent de la mer de nuages avant le coucher du soleil @ Pic du Midi…
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pix taken yesterday… sunny but very cold:-2°C! 🙂

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mountains emerging out of the sea of clouds before sunset @ Pic du Midi(2877m – 9,439ft)… 🙂
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more about Pic du Midi @ http://www.picdumidi.com/

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Posted on 4 October 2015, in melanie. Bookmark the permalink. 33 Comments.

  1. Ce sont d’excellentes photos!

  2. Nothing more beautiful 🙂

  3. Beautiful and mystical! Thanks Melanie!

  4. C’est magnifique… C’est marrant en regardant je me rends compte que je respire profondément comme si j’y étais… 😉

  5. I was born one thousand meters above, but it has a different beauty of your amazing mountains. Thanks for sharing your marvelous journey, Mélanita! ☺

  6. Je me suis toujours demandé pourquoi ce nom de midi? Vous êtes restée jusqu’à la fermeture? Magnifique nuages!

    • pk du Midi?!… parce qu’il se trouve dans notre belle région: Midi-Pyrénées… 🙂 au fait, il n’y a pas de vraie fermeture, car on peut passer la nuit sur place… 😉

      • je pensais qu’il y avait une autre raison, et non pas pourquoi le nom de Mont Blanc, ben parce qu’il est blanc… mdrrrr, je me disais que le premier à y être arrivé, ça devait midi, un truc du genre.

  7. I love this and am glad you mentioned the Pyrenees since I studied Spanish and traveled to the other side of the mountains in Spain. Only, I never went to the mountains as it was 70’s, i was young and high school planned “packaged” trip with our teacher. We saw the museums, cities and churches. Melanie, thank you for sharing a beautiful vision I may never have seen, except for your gift here. ♡

  8. Spectacular – looks like some of the Rockies, when I’ve flown over going to California.

  9. I was going to ask how high you were but I saw the elevation note. It’s beautiful to see mountains rise above the clouds. I have only seen this in the Pacific Northwest region of the States.

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