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Weekly Photo Challenge: Peaceful
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Beautiful collection, and oh so peaceful. 🙂
Thanks, Robin. That means a lot, coming from the master photographer!
Love the photos, Susan. The picture of the beach looks glorious!
Thanks, Yen. Water always seems to being peaceful feelings.
Peaceful indeed! Just beautiful.
Your photos truly show peaceful pieces of heaven. Beautiful. 🙂
Nice to look at those pictures, E.C., as I’m sitting at my desk by the window and looking out on a dreary winter day. Thanks for stopping by.
Great photos. Susan. That picture of the house on the river is pastoral excellence.
Love to look at it, Big Al, but I would soon tire of the isolation. It is beautiful, though.
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Wonderful photos Susan. Makes me wish I was somewhere warm right now.
But think of how much more we’ll appreciate the warmth, HG, after suffering through the cold and dreary winter days!
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Peaceful…definitely! I am SO into wanting to sit a spell and savor the sights from that porch!! Beautiful bliss.
Me, too, Mama. I would love to own that house.
I would love to see some of that peaceful green stuff in our part of the world! I hear it is called grass. And that shiny liquid – water, isn’t it!?! Oh well, only another 5 or so months before spring!
Yes, Margie, we are in the winter doldrums now, aren’t we?
These do exude a peaceful feel……..beautiful!
I love all of the water in these photos. Defnitely a peaceful element.
Yes, water has that effect, doesn’t it, Shary?
Great photos, Susan. According to this picture, the grass IS greener in Connecticut! 🙂
Actually, it really is the most beautiful green— not like Texas!