May we capture Nature’s timeliness as did Claude Monet, painting haystacks, lilly pads & cathedrals at all hours of the day.
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Wow! Stunning shot!
Thank you, Keely!
Reblogged this on Spontaneous Creativity.
Exquisite! A very timely capture indeed.
Thank you! In life (and death), I will always take a timeout for Nature. Here, I feel the weight of the world lighten into one slipstream of collective consciousness. Hope you are having a relaxing weekend, my friend! Keep up the inspiring work on your blog 🙂
Tyler this is AmAzIng!
Thank you! Nature’s waterway is far better than the highway 😉
Gorgeous shot, love the deep rich tones.
I love the mood and atmosphere in this picture. Slightly nostalgic reminiscence of everything passing and flowing away.
Thank you, Inese! Your kind words and thoughtful comment are much appreciated. What you say about nostalgia is right on target. That is one of the major themes of my poetry and photography (and also the title of my book, “Nostalgia, Naturally”). I find your art pieces and painting workshops very inspiring. Keep up the excellent work, my friend!
Kay, before i go I want to clarify: these are super DOOPER gorgeous–way beyond the scope of just a postcard–museum worthy without a doubt, but i know they could be postcards, too…
and maybe there’s money in them thar cards..
Insanely gorgeous shot!! The water is as clear as life.
Thank you, Karen!