Thursday, July 29, 2010
An Offering of Three...
of the Elk River
and the nearby
with a glowing
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This artwork is my mother's. It touches my heart. (So gentle.) A thoughtful depiction of something sweet, tiny, and cute. 'Wa...
( works of art from the Art Institute of Chicago .) Top : "Two Sisters (On the Terrace)" by French artist...
Sunrise (Glorious!) Through the Thicket ... Through the Pines ... Through the Window (Veil) What do you see... through your veil? Today, s...
beautiful landscape and photo's... love the last one the butterfly stands out against that purple flowersReplyDelete
stop by my blog when u get a chance... have a great weekend :)ReplyDelete
You do travel some gorgeous routes, lg!ReplyDelete
The swallowtail is stunning with the butterfly bush! Beautiful capture!
I love a butterfly bush - so aptly named. That one is lovely.ReplyDelete
anthony-samson, Thank you for stopping by! I did visit your blog and you are talented! Of course, as you can tell by my previous post, I dig your flower photos; I will examine your pics more closely :) Have a truly great and joy filled day!ReplyDelete
Yes Talon~ I missed the swallowtail photo amongst many others and just discovered it! We have a wealth of beauty here in the High Country for sure. It is a tourist destination this time of year certainly; it is not always navigable in the winter though (Do you recall some of the winter pics Talon:)?) We are traveling to Wilson Creek Gorge shortly again so I should get some awesomely great pics there I am hoping. I am taking teenagers there however, so i just might be 'distracted!' So nice to see you as always.
Lynn~ Yes, in spite of gusty winds which move the bush around, back and forth with the butterflies clinging to it, I can get some good pics there with a little luck and some good timing :) Hoping your weekend is a good one Miss Lynn! Thank you, again, for stopping by on my 'front porch!'in the High Country!!!