The sound of one camera clicking?
Beautiful and peaceful. Enjoy.
Wonderful photos, that second one looks like a snow scene
John-- Thank you for that. You made us laugh out loud!Sharon-- Thank you.Bill-- My mom said the same thing about that second photo. The tide going out of the very shallow Arcata Bay. So glad you liked the photos.
My breathing as slowed down ans i am peacefully imaging walking theough these scenes. Gorgeous, Robin.
I love that through your well trained eyes we get to see such beauty! Thank you for including us in one of your daily finds of nature's gifts.
I liked John's comment, too.
That was a clever comment by John. You must have perfect blood pressure to be able to enjoy such peaceful scenes in person.
Tara-- I thought of you and Steve while we were out there. We'll take a walk there together again, I'm sure.Sky-- Thank you. It's the only balance I know to the sad state of our planet.John-- Yes, my friend.Loren-- It was perfect! Click.Arkansas Patti-- Oh yes, my blood pressure is wonderfully low. Being out there keeps it so.
Haiku by Busonevening breezewater laps againstthe legs of the blue heronEach of your photos deserves a haiku of its own. Beautiful!
CCorax-- Love that haiku. Thank you so much for that.
Ahhh, marshes, my fave.
RPowers-- We love it out there!
kenju-- It really is.
The fun of photography. I like it because it gets me out and about doing the same thing, exploring beautiful places and hopefully new to me places. Love it Robin!
Dave-- Yes, that's exactly it. Thank you!
Scott-- "Zen-y" my new favorite word!
So beautiful and peaceful photos, Robin Andrea! A perfect Moments of Zen.Wishing you all a Happy Sunday.
Thank you, Sonia. Always good hear from you here.