such a beautiful marriage of words and pictures.
I love seeing you in that first picture. The last one looks too beautiful to be real!
I can practically hear the crackle of dry leaves and feel the nip in the air!
Annie - thanks for coming by. This was such a lovely afternoon, sunshine and the wind breathless.Barbara - it is the pond across the road from where I live and a beautiful place indeed.Molly - it was a perfect late fall day, barely cool around the edges and the sun like a benediction.
What long legs you have my dear.
rise - these legs were made for walking ;)
I come to your blog to find my breath and to feel peace. You haven't let me down with these photos. It feels so still.
Marion - what a lovely thing to say. Thanks :)And thank you, too Meggie.
What a nice post, the words and the pictures are perfect together. I like the last best simply because I've always loved the reflected image of land in water. When I was little, I used to think that there was an underwater world, much like there must have been a world within the mirror. Thanks for making me remember that, and wonder anew about the possibilities of underwater worlds :-)
Life is a beautiful poem for you! I'm so glad you share it!
You're really making pictures now, P.
LOS - As i child I believed in reflected underwater worlds, too!Ruth - that's a cool way of looking at one's life!B - high praise indeed from one of my favorite picture-makers. Thanks :)
LOVE these images, esp. your shadow climbing up the fence. FantastiC!!
I really appreciated how John Denver sung so much about the natural world.
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