Yeah, the bird already has his coffee. A little further down the mountain.
Early Java Bird! ;-)
:) Um yeah... I mean no... You're not going to find it up there...
Wanna bet? ;-)
Frozen frappuccino Alpino?
If Starbucks were up there, I bet they would offer one! ;-)
Hmm...coffee? Might I suggest a Thermos?
Thermos? Too lazy for that! ;-)
Frozen coffee, now there's a concept I can wrap my hands around...extra cream please...still hobbled from surgery but getting around better...hope all is well with youhugsSandi
How 'bout frozen coffee slush?Get well soon!
That is very high! The blue sky and white snow make for a wonderful contrast in your photos.
The light and glare are such up there that without dark glasses and a hat you'd go blind. The sky was even deeper blue, as if one were in outer space.
I'm speechless! What an experience! And yes, I sincerely hope you had a thermos :))
Next time, I'll take you up there, into thin air! ;-)
looks a fantastic walk, and an alpine cough as well!
Simon, you'd love it! xxx
What in the world are you doing up there, Merisi, aside from taking wonderful pictures...
What with temperatures in the 90s, a glacier seemed like the right place to catch a breeze! ;-)
Nothing more spectacular than flying over the Alps.
Getting to or near the top of one of the Alpine peaks is not bad either. ;-)
Absolutely glorious! What an amazing hike that must have been! It's over 90f here today and just looking at these photos makes me feel cool and refreshed....
Hard to believe, but it was warm enough to hike with only a long-sleeved shirt!Still, it was definitely not in the 90s. ;-)
Snow blindness here with your new pretty pale grey type.Can't find nuttin much less coffee cupsnice birdie!!
Carol,there is certainly more snow - and glare - than in Paris, sorry! ;-)I have used the same type color for more than a month now, but changed it to black now.
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