It was a frosty morn. The sun stood proud but was having a tough battle against the frost, which twinkled bright in defiance. The trees were simple bystanders. They enjoyed the warmth of the sun on their bare limbs and felt sheltered by the blanket of frost that lay over them.
The old court house, once the center of the entire county, lay almost dormant, forgotten by time and replaced by a newer model. Lady Justice seemed to shiver in the cold as she continued to hold steady atop the old building. The world around me seemed to lay quiet, calm and reflecting on the past summer, dreading the upcoming winter.
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Do you feel what I see?
tell me quickly, readily
is it the Forrest, or the trees
is it dream or reality
can I see/? what you feel
I am trying, just let me :))
Okay 😉 Thanks again Kalabalu.
Hi dear Sethsnap! How;’er u? wow, … your nice blog, There’re some nice pictures. I very intrested its. … Thank u for intrested my web page. Come again for seeing new posts. …:-)
با تشکر بسیار.من لذت بردن از خواندن نوشته ها به زبان های دیگر و با استفاده از گوگل ترجمه به درک و پاسخ به آنها است.با تشکر برای بازدید از وبلاگ من است. In English: Thanks a lot., I enjoy reading posts from other languages using Google Translate to understand and respond to them., Thanks for visiting my blog.
I especially love the shadow picture!
How blue is blue. The sky looks amazing.
Agree. It was a very deep blue
I like the second to last best.
This could be a painting : )
Thanks. That is a tree I see every day. It’s my favorite tree.
you capture such beauty …
Winter trees! Beautiful work as usual!
Thanks so much.
I can actually feel a chill in the air! Great shots!!
The light was beautiful where you shot the trees. Almost mystical.
Thank you. The light this morning was amazing.
On days like this , I just loved to go outside , the fog in the morning , the bright blue in the sky and the warm glow at the end o day..and you showed it all through your pictures 😀
Thank you for your kind words.
Hello Seth, Your photos are beautiful – you are able to capture and convey the feeling to us and that’s impressive. ~Patricia
Wow these images are stunning! I love waking up to your blog
Thanks so much Snook.
Love both the photos and the words! =D
Thanks so much! 😉
Absolutely thrilling scenery. I can just feel the crisp air chilling my lungs with each breath and the grass’s crunch beneath my boots!
Thanks Greg! 🙂
Lovely! The third if my fav! I wish i can walk through these pictures. Honestly? I like these country photos MUCH more than your vaca pictures. Something about the country just calls to me.
Thanks. I am glad you enjoy the country photos. I try to spruce it up by mixing in something other than just trees and country. 🙂
The first 5 are my fav on your blog. Beautiful.
Gorgeous (again) … loving the colours and curtains of “steeple” x
I loved checking out your pictures again today!
Thanks so much. Glad to have you back.
My favorites are (Into the Woods) and (The End.) Serene and lovely.
Thanks. Glad you like them 🙂
I love the last two pictures..Again… gorgeous shots!!
“The world around me seemed to lay quiet, calm and reflecting on the past summer…”
Tasty stuff, Seth. Reminds me of my recent bike rides on the Central Lakes Trail that runs through my hometown in Alexandria, MN.
Like always – beautiful pictures! Can’t wait for the next batch of awesome.
Ben @ TravelingThaneFurrows
Thanks so much Ben.
No problem – I really enjoy the content on your site.
Wow. The forest looks very dreamy. Great photos and skill!
Thanks! Glad you enjoy them.
I really like ‘do you see what I see?’ It gets you looking a fraction longer. Good idea to ask a question as a title. I saw that you lined up the two towers and it created something new.
Thanks Joy is now.
Thanks Jack Twist.
Love the Natural (Ground) Fog Effect!
Thanks Knotty Puppet. Hope all is well with you.
Beautiful pictures..as always. 🙂
Thanks again! Very nice comment.
Gorgeous photography! I love how you accompany it with some well-written prose. Thanks for visiting my site and liking my poem~
You are welcome. I love how you do it in two languages. 🙂
I’m a linguist from birth, so it’s only natural for other languages I speak to come out in writing from time to time. Thanks for noticing 😀 (I wouldn’t try to use Google translate for the Chinese, though.. it’ll probably come out crappy)
Thanks! I’ll remember that.
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