Come with me to a magical spot, hidden from view. Step just off the trail and head right and you’ve found the entry. It’s a place covered from head to toe with yellow flowers. Cool breeze rise off the river and lightly hug you as they pass by. Spend some time, rest on a fallen tree, and let your stresses lift away.
Imperfwctly perfect! 🙂
Love your sense of humor.
Thank you. 🙂
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Beautiful pics. Thanks for posting.
When the tree fell down on the bushy green lawn, the ants got crushed down too, the breeze then carried the news of demise to the distant relatives it knew. Some shed leaves to let of their grief, others led tears flow with streams, silence fell and tall tree were under a spell, called death come close to you..part of living is to return to dust and spring up again, from the seed and never rust..life goes on although you are gone ..thats true..
I really love this set of pictures, the way you captured the shadows and reflections is beautiful.
Thanks so much. Glad you like them. ;P)
Some of these photographs look like watercolors. I had to go back and look at them twice. Very nice.
I love trees with character. Who am I kidding? I love trees! I do love the ones with trunks that are different, though. Fascinating subject.
It’s lovely to see the transformation from the winter scenes to these scenes with their touch of spring green (and yellow).
Gorgeous photos gorgeous place. 🙂 thankyou for taking us to all the wonderful places.
Truly magical! It is so amazing how you make an otherwise ‘dead’ place come alive. I especially like ‘lazy day’, even the water seems reluctant to flow.
Thats too kind. Thanks.
thank you for beautiful spring photos series,seth really beautiful
Welcome. It’s going to be cold tonight.
I look forward to your photos every day because they are just like you described, a veering off the path, a walk in magical places, a hug from nature, stress slipping away. Thank you for such remarkable, thoughtful images!
Again beautiful..makes me want to grab a picnic hamper and a fishing rod.I love taking pics of all our decrepit trees and stumps..i have even named them..i must post some on my blog ,they really are amusing…one looks like a rhino,one a pig…like a mystical forest of beasts 🙂
Great minds… 🙂 Thanks for your nice words.
You are welcome 🙂
Thanks for the pictorial walk through the woods.
Welcome and thanks for the comment.
Long time no comment. Those tree shots have a lot going on in terms of depth, contrast, and color. Besides trying to capture the scene, did you have any specific goals in mind?
Not really. Why does it seem that I did? 🙂
Stunning as expected…
Thanks thanks thanks
LOVED that tour- thanks for the smile 🙂
Some of these do look like paintings… the last one especially1 Really great work! : D
Photons doing what they do best! Great light and saturation.
:mumbles: Your posts weren’t showing up in my Reader again. Luckily I popped over to your FB page so i saw new posts.
Anywho, beautiful little place you found! My favorite picture is actually the last one, it looks like an illustration from a childhood fairytale book.
That’s odd. I don’t know why it does that. Maybe if you stopped and then started following me again it might fix it.
I am right there, with you, thanks to your shots!