Thursday, May 8, 2014

And Now for Something Peaceful








10 comments:

Merisi said...

Oh, these are such beautiful pictures!
The first one is magical, and all are so very serene.
The flower reminds me of Indian Painbrushes, but I think it is not. Love how it catches the light.

You are the real Wonder Woman, so many talents!
Hugs,
Merisi

Juliet Batten said...

What beautiful photos of the unfolding of new life.

Jean Baardsen said...

A person could meditate, looking at your pictures. Thanks.

Vicki Lane said...

Merisi, the red flower is crimson clover. We plant it as a cover crop on the garden tiers. It will soon be mowed down and tilled in so I can plant beans and corn and tomatoes.

Lise said...

How sweet it is!

Brian Miller said...

ah i need it...ha....my grad school papers are due tomorrow...and end of school year at school...its killing me...i just have to get through this weekend and i will be fine...smiles.

B. Rogers, Living in Black Mountain said...

THanks for sweet pictures, as always, Vicki!

NCmountainwoman said...

Made me take a deep breath and enjoy the peace. Lovely.

Jim Egerton said...

Vicki I love your compositions. The leading lines and groupings of the main subjects really catches my eye. You have real photographic talent. Thank you for sharing.

barbara cecelia said...

Very peaceful indeed! -- barbara