Saturday, March 22, 2014

Things I Saw Today

 
 
 

 
 
 

 
 
 

 
 
 

 
 
 


15 comments:

  1. I love that last photo. I mean, all of your photographs are gorgeous, but that last one is just beautiful.

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  2. is´t mother nature the greatest artist??
    love that you have an eye for....

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  3. What wonderful textures and colors! Thank you for sharing these.

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  4. There is beauty all around us, we just need to open our eyes don't we. Beautiful photos!!!

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  5. Such beautiful bits of nature. I love the green growing on the tree. Moss and Lichen have always fascinated me.

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  6. Gorgeous photos. You need to come to Hawaii and take a nature walk sometime ... ;) I think the first one is my favorite - just because I love Andersen's "The Ugly Duckling" so much. And the second-to-last one looks like a cat to me!

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    1. It really does look like a cat's face!

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  7. Swans are so pretty, and yet... so mean!

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  8. That second leaf picture is especially gorgeous!

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  9. nature is truly amazing....love the second to last picture of the tree/moss.

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  10. How immensely lovely that a swan crossed your path. They're one of my all-time favourite birds. We used to have quite a few in the Okanagan (to the point where a lake in the town of Vernon is even called Swan Lake), but in recent years, I have't seen nearly as many as when I was a child. Two in the last year, to be exact. I hope I'm able to take a picture of the next one(s) that cross my path, too.

    ♥ Jessica

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  11. Looks like it might be spring in your parts. We're still battling to exit winter. sigh.

    Lisa.

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  12. beautiful! I'm so happy spring came to you!

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  13. It looks so much nicer by you than by us! You really have an eye for catching the little things.

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  14. Great photos ... thanks for sharing. Especially love the leaf in the water, the dinosaur's eye and I see a camel in the tree. You are an amazing photographer!!!

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