Hi Inger,I think you live in a most beatiful part of the world!
so much better than city lights, great photo.
gorgeous and poetically peaceful!
Gorgeous photo, Inger!You live in a beautiful place!I like the Henry David Thoreau's quote.
How great to feel like Thoreau, he knew how to appreciate the world he lived in.There is beauty in nature, if we stop to see it. Too often, we don't. You're an observer, Inger, and you document. I wouldn't have seen all those critters that stopped by your veggie garden if you hadn't shared that.
I have always wondered about people who chose to live a different life like you - I have a friend who up and moved to Alaska. I think that quote helps me understand a bit. Thanks.
and you do have all of that of your own.. and i wish i could have it for my own but still be close to everything like i am here. you know like 3 acres in the middle of town? with a big wall around it so i can't see the neighbors.
i JUST WANT TO HUG THAT JUNIPER.is it okay if i ever visit to just maybe stand next to your trees and inhale, all the scents and sights and take it all in? You take lovely photos to make me want to do that...
A VERY moving & serene photo & quote!!
Classic beauty in this scene.
You live in a beautiful place :)
you need to keep an eye on the reports for Comet ISON in the coming monthwith a dark open horizon, it might be worth getting up before sunrise and taking a lookhttp://isonatlas.wordpress.com/
Gee - us too!Your Pals,Murphy & Stanley
Lovely photo, lovely Inger, and lovely quote.Enough said.
Vilken härlig bild!Kram från Sverige!
People who live in the midst of the noise of a city can't begin to realize what quiet and peace can do to one's body.
Ah, Thoreau. So beautiful.Love,Janie
Oh Inger Henry David Thoreau's words ring true for me too. It is beautiful in your desert and my forest. Hug B
Lovely pink sky.
I can sense the welcome solitude from your photo -- lovely.
I would love to visit your canyon some day and experience the fulfillment you receive from your environment!Ron
Dear Inger, your canyon is so lovely. And your posting reminds me of the line of poetry that goes, "To see the world in a grain of sand and heaven in a wildflower; to hold infinity in the palm of your hand and eternity in an hour." Peace.
Thanks for leaving a comment.. ~~ Inger