...whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. Phil 4:8
Who can resist pausing when walking across train tracks?
Who can resist the beauty of golden grasses set against lush green pastures?
Makes me think of that worship song "how can I keep from singing your praise"....Pretty shots. Have a good day!
Words of contentment invite me this morning Lovella.A quick run up a mountain and down to the quiet waters of the lake to refresh.
Gosh it is beautiful in your part of our world.Enjoy your day.
Looks like you had a wonderful walk! I need to take my camera along sometime.
As a wise person once said, "Life is not about how many breaths you take, but its the moments that take your breath away."Beautiful photos.Bonnie
That captures the essence of summer for me - small pleasures, simple beauty, utter contentment.Thanks Lovella!
Not to negate your sentiments, but I just spent part of my morning vaccuuming that soft down out of my window screens. :)Vange
Where in the world did the amp in my display name come from? I see it's in Owen & Bonnies name too!Vange
Cottonwood fluff? Soft downy fluff but not so nice when it floats into your burgers..heheLove your pics Lovella..have a great weekend!
Peaceful scenes and contented words make joyful spirits.
The '&'symbol is called an "ampersan" so amp is a short form of the word, but of course I don't know why the word needs to be spelled out after the 'and'(&) symbol.
Nice shots...good prose. Nature's simple beauty evokes a sense of contentment. I can just about 'see you' ambling along, camera strung over one shoulder...content in your walk.Blessings today Lovella