1. Quiet, simple, peaceful, relaxing – those are the adejectives I take from the pictures. Wonderful images. I think you should add “photographer” up at the top under your name as one of your defining qualities. ๐Ÿ™‚


    1. Thank you, my kind friend. I do occasionally add photographer to my header list, but remove it when I’m not feeling worthy. Ha, artist angst, right? I hope you have a beautiful weekend with Tzuri, John.


    1. Thank you Max. That was an impulsive photo shoot, I ran out the door as the sun’s light was making it’s evening wave over the landscape. Had to get out there! (You know the feeling, right?) Have a great weekend!


    1. Sorry for the late replyโ€ฆthe week became decidedly un-quiet! Yes, daffodils seems to bloom early here. Mid-February, doesn’t seem to make a difference if it’s been a frigid winter or a mild winter. Mid-February it is!


    1. I’ll have to be more careful with my musings, this past week let me know who was in charge, decidedly not me! Love your new gravatar imageโ€ฆit’s lovely. P.S. The photograph with the fence is of the land behind us, not ours! Our neighborhood backs up to acreage that someone is trying to develop, even though it’s not zoned for what he wants to do. He’s been trying to get around the rules for years, and finally in a fit of anger cleared thousands of trees. It was one of the worst weeks in my life watching those trees go down. Oh well, maybe someone nice will buy the land and build a fabulous horse farm, a fairy tale ending for everyone! Take care,


      1. There’s always one that tries to get around the rules. The clear cutting seems to be awfully rash, even for a tantrum. The new gravatar image is my daughter Deborah with her horse Comet from last spring.


    1. Yes, our daffodils always come early, doesn’t matter how cold the temps are. They are like little clocks, ticking away until their little internal alarms go off!

      Thanks for the link, I’ll check it out!


    1. Thanks, Laurie! I should have clarified that that shot was taken on the land behind out house. Oh, how I’d love for it to be oursโ€ฆit’s been caught up legal wrangling for years. Developers. ๐Ÿ˜ฆ


  2. Did we call them Jonquils? Or is the Mad Cow misleading me… These are pretty photos, Elisa. I love the view through the trees. It’s eighty degrees here today! I hope it’s warm in Atlanta, but I haven’t heard a weather report! I see that I missed this one by a whole week! ๐Ÿ™‚


    1. Hi Jo! You are a good friend to be thinking of me, thank you! I’ve been on the West Coast visiting with my daughter. I thought I’d be able to do a little blogging while I was out there, but I realized it was too difficult. I don’t like to post unless I know I can answer my comments!! I’m back and trying to get caught up, can’t wait to check in with everyone!!
      Take care,
      Elisa ๐Ÿ™‚


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