Life can be difficult at times. Life can be wonderful at times. Most of us have grasped this concept. Yet in the difficult times we seem to forget that good times are in the distance waiting for our arrival. Perhaps the key is to face the world like our pet family members face it. Let’s try to live in the moment and find joy in the small things. Breath in the beautiful air. Take a sip of refreshing water. Take a swing on a local swing. Simply enjoy the act of living.
Love the fountains and water sculpture!
Love these images, especially 1, 2, 5 & 7.
Thanks. Glad you like those.
Thanks For The Reminder
It’s more of a self reminder.
Ha ha – that pup is about to experience something new!
Indeed. But he/she made it out in time. 🙂
Such great places to cheer up a soul that’s down or weary. Nice, clear pictures.
Thanks Donna. 🙂
This series is really fantastic. Thank you. Great to see your postings, as they are always varied. These photos really made me sit up and take notice.
Thanks. Glad to know my photos have an effect on folks. 😛
Serene. The little things that matter most.
Thanks. Hope all is well.
It’s important to enjoy our lives as we live them. Powerful message, Seth & as always, beautiful photos. 🙂
Fantastic photo of the dog and the water feature – I would probably say that it’s one of your best 🙂
Thanks. 🙂 S.
Your photos are so fun and so full of life.
Thanks Charlie. 🙂
That first photo makes me smile – he will be endlessly amused by that water. Dogs sure know how to live in the moment 😀 I wonder if they ever reminisce.
Of course, but only of treats and bones.
I think I’m fairly good at enjoying the day no matter where I am, but, as your pictures suggest, the loveliest moments are sometimes the most common. I’m guilty of enjoying strolls in new places, but in my own hometown . . . not so much. I just don’t take the time. Thanks for reminding me to look around no matter where I am.
I think that is probably true for most of us. I used to travel quite often and lately, I’ve been staying around here and discovering new things.
what a wonderful post.. i really enjoyed reading it.. love the photos 🙂
Thank you Elizz
Great post and agree whole heartedly…we would be missing great things in life if we decided to wait for good things in life 🙂 Fozziemum
Thanks Fozziemum, it’s been a difficult few weeks for us. 🙂
I am so sorry to hear that..the bad weeks can really overshadow all can’t they.I hope whatever troubles have come your way take leave just as quickly.:)
Those swing seats look like so much fun.
They are. They just added them this year. 🙂
lovely, am gonna reblog it on my blog….hope it is fine!
Of course! Thank you.
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Its a great message, I especially like the first image with the pup and the water.
I’ve missed your lovely pictures Seth! The one with the dog and the water is my favorite, but the color contrasts of the blue and browns is stunning too. Great message as well. 😀
Thanks Keli. 🙂 Glad to see you again. Hope all is well.
As always, beauty captured with elegance and grace. Love these shots!
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Thanks for the re-blog.
Personally I prefer to be grumpy, miserable and/or fed up as and when life demands it (which is quite a lot). Trying to be happy all the time is too exhausting.
Trying to be “anything” all the time is exhausting.
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Such nice places, it would be a shame if someone can access those settings and yet not enjoy . Very nice pictures. Thank you for sharing.
Yes true. Thanks Kalabalu
🙂 thanks for sharing
Hi, I present to you, “The Versatile Blogger Award”.
Amen to all of that! Wherever these pictures were taken looks like a really nice place! This is a great post. Thanks!
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