Weekly Photo Challenge: Dreamy

Last look over the mist filled valley before we left the Fortress
Last look over the mist filled valley before we left the Fortress

Driving through the mist covered valley  we were met by the silence of the deserted castle set on the top of the mountain. Staring out over the mist covered valleys below felt like I was in the middle od a dreamy, fairy tale world. It was as though we were cut off from the rest of the world and the mist left you wondering if there was still a world out there.

Ruins filled with Arabic writing
Ruins filled with Arabic writing
Love the fact that nature is slowly taking over the ruins
Love the fact that nature is slowly taking over the ruins

The medieval Nimrod Fortress in Israel is situated in the northern Golan Heights, on a ridge rising about 800 m (2600 feet) above sea level. Usually you would be able to see for miles in either fdirection, but this morning the mist was so thick that it was difficult to see where you wre going.

You are continuously warned that the Ruins can collapse at any moment!!
You are continuously warned that the Ruins can collapse at any moment!!
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  1. My fav is the one with the tree. Did these start off b&w or did you change these later? It’s fun for me to play with pics after since some look great in b&w or sepia and also when I forget to use the b&w setting to begin with. 🙂

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      • Perhaps I should add a post-it note to the back of the camera reminding me to turn on the B&W setting once in a while. It really does make such a difference for a new perspective! 🙂 We’ve also got another setting on a camera that inverts colors and *that* is really fun.

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