=D It is always good to appreciate your blessings... This is indeed a wonderful gift. And, you have the gift of portraying it for the rest of us! Thank you.
I bet if you flipped those tow captures upside down- you wouldn't even know the difference! So beautiful and clear...and reflective;);)I am coming to visit!
Beautiful!Our neighbor was out in her kayak one day, and snapped a picture of ours house. She framed it and gave it to us for Christmas. Like Dawn said, I believe you could flip it and not be able to tell the difference!
* our house. Really do need to proofread before clicking "Publish"!
i believe that no matter where we live, there is beauty surrounding us, we may not live on a gorgeous ranch like you do, but the beauty is there to be found. you do a fantastic job of Finding your beauty and sharing with us. yes, you are blessed.
Pretty reflections. You have a nice talent for capturing photos perfectly.
beautiful photos!!! i agree with dawn...flip them, the are a perfect mirror image!!!!
Yes, lovely reflections. Very nice images. :)
Thanks for sharing this beauty with those of us on the blog.I love reflections and these are super.
Wonderful. Thanks for sharing!!Staci
beautiful...I would never get anything done there...just sitting by your pond enjoying it....
On a clear day .... you can see forever (oops, I mean -reflections.)'love & hugs from afar'
Love it...great reflections. You do live in a beautiful place!!!
Yes, very lucky..but you appreciate it! :)Gorgeous.
Yep, I would be quite happy there...unless there are mosquitos running about.
What is even cooler about this is that there was obviously NO wind!
I think it's wonderful that you're out there every day snapping photos and enjoying the beauty that surrounds you:)
Do you ever just sit by that pond, and soak up the peace?
Water and reflections add so much to any scene and this is no exception. Fine shot of the trees and their branches with such nice reflections. Very nice post.
Beautiful! Love the mirror image :)
Hi Tex, Sure enjoying your blog. The last time I visited was on the 23rd when you posted "Living In Bloggerville" which, in my opinion, is a *must see* post. Some wonderful posts since then, including the story of the Great Blue Heron. I simply could not have believed that he actually swallowed that fish if you hadn't posted the pics! Wow, bet he didn't need to eat again for a month! You certainly have a dream of a location and how lucky we are that you get out there and capture all the nature and share it with us. Thanks for all that and also for stopping by my blog and leaving me comments. Have a great day, John
The reflections are wonderful and to have all that green to walk around in. Paradise.
The colors there always seem so warm and homey. You set it up that way, right? (ha ha)
BEAUTIFUL ~ thanks for sharing!
Howdy Thank You for sharing your gift for capturing moments of pure bliss ! Thank you for the love you share with us every day through your gorgeous images.Big hugs from me to you and may your days be filled with many happy blessings for you and yours.Until next timeHappy Trails
Wow, what a beautiful place to live, and amazing pictures:)Wish you a nice week, and thanks for your nice comments in my blog. I appreciate it very much:)Greetings from,Berit.
Yummy, I love reflection shots!
Thank you for your encouraging comment on Geometric today!You have the most beautiful pictures up today. The reflections are just marvelous.Thank you for sharing them!
Excellent framing and focus. I like those reflections in the water. Greetings
Yep, lucky, lucky and lucky are you.
A pond makes such a difference, doesn't it? All that life and beauty on your property.
Stunning reflections in these images! So very beautiful! A breath of fresh air.
To have a bountiful pond, brimming with nature just outside your front/back door must be such a blessing in your life. :)
This is such a dreamy landscape. Beautiful reflections...
Nice reflections. I want to see more!
Wow! Gorgeous, T! I'm definitely jealous! Beautiful!
Love that last shot!
Amazing photos, especially the first one, great reflections!
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