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Very nice – both picture and verse
PS loads of other good photos too – you obviously had a good camping trip, as least photographically.
Thank you, David! While I like to pair poems with my photos, it’s hard to find the words when you are truly inspired by Nature, so I’m leaving most of my photos bare naked (except for the titles) so they can speak and breathe for themselves. The camping trip was amazing, spent with awesome friends, experiencing Nature’s nuances. Hope you have a wonderful day, my friend, and keep up the excellent work on your blog!
lovely Tyler! here in Calif we have the most lovely Sequoia!
Thank you, my friend! I have driven down to the Redwoods in Northern California and experienced absolute bliss standing in the presence of giants. You are very fortunate to live next to such amazing skyscraper trees! Hope you are having a wonderful day and keep up the excellent work on your blog 🙂
Agreed I am fortunate there is nothing like the giant redwood!
Loving this…that is my kinda pathway 🙂
Thank you, Melanie!
Great image and beautiful poetry. You capture the renewing sense of spending time in nature. : )
Thank you, Mike!
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