For one minute, walk outside, stand there, in silence, look up at the sky and contemplate how amazing life is.
I clicked each to enlarge and I enjoyed each scene, especially the nature photos. The house beside the lake looks interesting. My favorites are the cliff and the last one. The orange /red leaves stand out, I love it! :)
so where we you? that is a pretty cool bridge and rather serene river as well...would not mind to be out on a kayak....
Hope you are having a good Sunday Valerie.Thanks for pointing me in the direction of 'Blurb'. Looks quite promising.
Ya know, Valerie, I've never been to Canada but anytime I see photos, I think, "What a beeeeautiful place!"Lovely shots!The fifth one down (of the sea) is STUNNING!Thanks for sharing, dear lady!X
They all so peaceful.... and quiet..way too noisy here and I would love to be lost on the lake somewhere.
Thanks everyone for your comments. I should have said that the location was Concord. Glad you liked today's offering.
Concord where? I'm told by dh that there are lots of Concords here! Your scenes are typical of how I see my America. Lovely pictures, by the way. We have a Concord Park here in Knoxville. Often go there on Sundays to look at the water and watch the sailing boats.
Very nice! Love that last photo with the splash of orange amongst the green!! I'll be busy for a week, so won't be posting or commenting...don't give up on me, I'll be back!
Well, it could have well been here! We have the cliffs and the water--we have pretty white houses with beveled glass windows. Definitely have flags flyin'! Oh...and colour in the trees GALORE!You were just missing cows and pigs, corn and beans!I love the open spaces here--and there, wherever there was.Very pretty!
Tranquil pictures! This looks like a town in northern America? Am I close?
I do love these pictures, the scenery is so peaceful and the houses inviting.
Hi all, as I said in an earlier comment these pictures were taken in Concord, what I didn't say was which one... well it was good old New England, Maine to be exact. Lovely place, I could live there quite happily. Yes, Mel, the flags were flying.
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