Gone, but not forgotten

I have 2 photos to meet this week challenge, Gone, but not forgotten. Both are stunning in my eyes and can only be enjoyed in special time. They presents in a certain time and could go very quickly. But when it gone, the memories of it will stick forever in mind.


The first ‘gone, but not forgotten’ is a beautiful sunset in a perfect place.


The second ‘gone, but not forgotten’ from me is the morning mist that covered the mountains Bromo.

Hope you enjoy it. Thank you… ๐Ÿ™‚


22 thoughts on “Gone, but not forgotten

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    • Yes, Jo. It stay in my mind. The sunset was taken in Tinabo island, that i have ever share with you. The second, i have a plan to write and post another photos next monday. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  4. Two beautiful photos for the challenge, Noe. I love them both. So lucky of you to have captured the clouds drifting across the sun. Lovely texture. But the second one has to be my favourite. As per your comment to Sreejith, that early wake up was certainly worth the view. It looks like a fairytale place, so calm and peaceful and I hope you stayed for some time there to savour the moment ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Yes, Mabel. Traveling to Bromo is one of my best moment in life. I stay on the hill until the mist away, then walk down and went to the Mountain to see the caldera ๐Ÿ˜€

      • That is so good that you enjoyed the moment. Breathtaking view. I hope you enjoyed the caldera up close as much as well. Seeing all the sights while you were there ๐Ÿ˜€

      • I think i wanna post the photos tomorrow, Mabel ๐Ÿ˜€ Mountains, with its caldera, canon, valley, and savannah, they are all awesome.

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    • Yea… That misty mountain! You know, Sreejith. To see this scenery I had to come up at 3 in the morning, using a jeep to the top of the hill. The temperature was minus 2 degrees. Struggle, but awesome! Thank you, Sreejith ๐Ÿ™‚

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