Snow on the mountain tops (cold+snap snow winter desert mountains sky ). Photo by MTDisk

Snow on the mountain tops

Uploaded by: MTDisk

Sunday March 10, 2013

Fountain Hills

Caption: Elevation 7000 ft in Fountain Hills, Arizona area.

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About MTDisk

MTDisk

Hi, my name is Julie. Photography has always been of interest to me and now I can safely say my feet are getting wet! After raising 2 children and many commitments I am now finding some increments of time to spend on my new hobby! While still raising/training a puppy and husband I hope to hone a few skills yet! I am always in amazement of the talent on WU Photos! While I absorb, enjoy and learn from each and every one of you, I hope that your patience can hang with me while I learn. I have always loved weather, nature, animals and flora. To me it is all atmospheric related! Thank you all for your inspiration!

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