A Walk to Remember: 12th Street Posted on August 14, 2019 by alivingpencil Bonnie and I walk together in the morning. Walk and talk. And soak in the lavender joy. We encounter deer close up every day Rock walls, the work involved, and artistry: a wonder Looking up Our small town university nestled in the valley A profusion of Queen Anne’s Lace Emily! (Mt. Emily) X-raying a sunrise through a house No filter! Just glory! AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
These are so gorgeous. Lavender joy, indeed. And that sun lighting up the house! No mosquitoes, I am guessing? Do you even know what those are?
Bee-oot-iful. What a walk you’ve shared! Certainly photo worthy. Didn’t realise you too have man made rock walls in USA. Deer are considered feral here in Tasmania, but they’re graceful to look at. We enjoy spotting a wombat, potoroos (smallish kangaroos), or echidnas on our walks. Our local mountain is Roland, which is snow capped this morning. Sunrise illuminating window of house WOW.
You sure are a talented photographer! Thank you for sharing your beautiful photos. I love them all. ❤️