very much so!
Lovely picture, lovely thoughts.HA EN TREVLIG DAG!**I wrote that without looking it up--was it correct?
Inger, beautiful picture and poem. I know I could spend hours in this picture scene
Reading your blog always makes me want to go for a walk....
Really beautiful, Inger!
Fishducky: Yes, yes, it was correct. So now you're what, 3 or 4 lingual? Karen: Walking is good, I'm glad I inspired you.Jeanette, Sharon, DeanO, and TexWisGirl: I'm glad you enjoyed the photo. I thought it may have been a bit dark.
Inger...my maiden name was Olson.
Dear Inger,The photograph is evocative and makes me long to see the western part of the United States. I so wish you'd write a posting about the rural sounds you hear when you listen to the world around you.Peace.
Beautiful! You must love the quiet!
Jag talar farbar franska & spanska. Jag vet nagra ord i jiddish,italienska,japanska & naturligtvis, svenska. Jag ar flytande de bara pa engelska & grislatin.
Lovely shot that draws me down that lane.
Lori: I love it and can't wait to hear about your korv.Dee: I will write a post about the sounds. Thanks for suggesting it.Terry,Flora,and Patti: I'm glad you liked the photo and poem.fishducky: I doubt anyone in Sweden ever heard of grislatin. Other than that, you linguistic skills are impressive.
I love that honeyed California light. And the evenings are fantastic. I was photographing clouds here in similar light the day before yesterday, which came out well. But especially the vegetation I hadn't even noticed until I saw the finished results. I'll post those in a few weeks.
Thanks for leaving a comment.. ~~ Inger