Separate names with a comma.
Post in 'The Inglenook' started by DianeB, Aug 21, 2012.
Sun trying to breakthrough to reveal the hills
Helpful Sponsor Ads!
I went to school out at UMass, and during grad school I camped, hunted, and loved going out to the hill towns for county fairs. These pics really bring back some good memories (outdoors- away from my first wife)
Wow...That is beautiful...Looks like a Thomas Kinkaid painting, only much better since it's a picture. Thanks for sharing, that is a gorgeous pice of land!
That looks like a little slice of Heaven, if you ask me. Fantastic photo, Diane. thanks for sharing it with us!
One of the most beautiful pictures I have seen in ages.
thanks everyone, glad you liked it.
If this is a view out of your back window.......wanna' trade houses?
In Virgina we had a weekend place out on the south fork of the Shenandoah River between the Blue Ridge mountains and Massanutten mountain. Mornings when the valley was filled with mist like in your pic were quite common. I met a couple who were lifelong residents in the valley, and they had a daughter who they gave the first two names of Misty Dawn.
This came to mind. We get fog fairly often being near the Susquehanna River. Sometimes beautiful, sometimes Halloween scary.
It is from the rear of my house off of the deck. Every morning the sky is different.
my husband does a lot in the yard so he will appreciate the compliment. His John Deere mower is in front of the barn, lower left - I follow-up with the weed whacker. Also in front of they barn you can't see is a stack of wood yet to be split.
Neighbor's farm is called Mistover Farm...we get a lot!
One of the Best in "the perfect picture" this year!