Hello Merisi !Your tree seems alone...Nice escapes with You by Your photos...Have a good day !
Hello from New York where it is still Saturday night.Your sky and your trees are images to expand the eyes (maybe lungs, too.)I wanted to also say that your pictures of the leaves reminded me so much of what I saw today and yesterday in this city. Wet leaves imprinted on sidewalks, streets, but sometimes very beautifully on the surfaces of parked cars. It reminded me of what we sometimes see waking up to the first snow.Is there a first leaf?Best wishes.
I love these particularly the one of the tree and the fog. It has a lonely and eery feeling. I just think trees have personalities.
How does everything look so quaint and beautiful in your country?
How odd. I was at an art show today and saw a painting of a single tree on a hill that looked almost exactly like your first photo, down to the color.
Webradio,the tree played Peek-a-boo in the middle of large fields. ;-)Frances,autumn sneaks in, leaf by fallen leaf, while the first snow escapes nobody's attention the first time it falls. Vickie, I took these pictures within less than half an hour's drive. The sun had just broken through the high fog, and the light was a magical while the fog slowly dissolved.Rambling Woods,there are so many quaint and beautiful areas in this small country, I'd say. Charles Gramlich,you would not believe how often I spot scenes that could also be found in the United States, Pennsylvania Dutch Country comes to mind, the area around Lancaster.
So lovely, Merisi. My own favourite is the third, the colours are as delicate as a watercolour.
fab images,each one could be a greeting card or post card, so evocative, as with all your images.. thanks
What are those yellow flowers Merisi?
Nice escapade! I like second and the last photo very much..
Lorenzothellama:These yellow flowers are rapeseed (Brassica napus). This is the second crop of the year, not used to produce (Canola) oil, but will be plowed under as a fertilizer.Thank you all so much for your comments! I sincerely appreciate them.
These trees are amazing! They're like paintings.
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