Thursday, January 24, 2013

Peaks and valleys






These are not the southern Appalachian Mountains of north Georgia, nor are they the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia (although they are definitely blue). They certainly are not the Alps or the Andes or the Rockies or even the Pyrenees.

They are Blogger’s way of telling a person how many times his or her blog was viewed each day.

Here are some real peaks and valleys for your viewing pleasure:

(Photo of Mont Blanc, October 2004, by Nathan, used in accordance with terms of the Free Art License)

Mont Blanc will get bigger if you click on it. You heard it here first.

My brain has been drained of things to blog about today.

You’ll just have to make do with this.

4 comments:

Shooting Parrots said...

Those graphs are reminiscent of the terrain cross-sections that we used to create in geography at school using the contour lines on an OS map.

Putz said...

ya, what shooting parrot says

Helsie said...

Lovely photo of Mt Blanc. We're hoping to see it up close like that in May. I'll be sure to post a photo like that if I can!!!

Snowbrush said...

"My brain has been drained...You’ll just have to make do with this."

That's okay. I got a new desktop photo of what I think is the highest mountain in Europe.