Wednesday, December 9, 2020

The formations seem like fortresses and castles, on the Washington side of the river. These two denizens seem like they're ready to tilt at windmills.


 The goat is Sancho Panza, the Donkey is Don Quixote de La Mancha.

11 comments:

Agnieszka Mikołajczyk said...

Piękne zdjęcie

Margaret D said...

That is nice with a lonesome donkey and goat.

Luis Serrano said...

Que impresionante paisaje Bill. Un abrazo

Andy said...

It must be a tough go for those creatures in this barren landscape.

Rose said...

Wondering if they live there all alone.

orvokki said...

The view looks so different as I use to watch. These two denizens has a truly rugged homeland.

Granny Annie said...

Fortresses and castles to be sure. I am betting there is a herd of goats just around the corner and the donkey is there for protection. I had goats and people told me to get a donkey to protect them.

Elephant's Child said...

They do indeed look like fortresses - and no doubt have been used that way by both people and animals.
Love the current residents.

Taken For Granted said...

What a great pair these are. Both of them are sure footed, but the goat can walk almost straight up a mountainside. Wonder were that path goes? It seems to end in a cliff.

Helen said...

Alas, not my favourite image but I do love the goat and donkey!

Antonio Rodriguez said...

Un bonito abrupto paisaje de montaña. El burro y la cabra le dan un poco de simpatía a la fotografía.
Un abrazo y cuidate.