Lines of beauty.In red, and out-shining.
Yes! This little tree is a photographer's dream! Thanks for dropping by.
And you have a way of finding that beauty.m.
'Where there's a will, there's a way.'
I do the same thing and like the little corner I've carved out--I just wish the grass was mowed! :-)!! Enjoy your day Jim!
And I wish the weeds disappeared!!! lolHave a great day Kim!
I hear you loud and clear, Jim... Isn't it grand? xoxo
It sure is Nancy!
En vacker komposition av bilder och text!A beautiful composition of images and text!/Lola
Thank you Lola! Much appreciated.
Creative and peaceful thinking out loud.Nicely done, Jim.
Pam, thanks so much.
There's plenty of space for everyone. That's the beauty of it.
That is right, Stew. There is always space if we create it.
We all need our own space, don't we?
Oh we do Debra! Especially coming from a LARGE family....lol!
What lovely, delicate leaves!
Pat, these Japanese Maples as you know come in a number of varieties.....each different but alike as well.
We all need our own little space, without it we would go mad.Love that Japanese Maple!
That IS for sure Sharon! This little tree is really a joy to watch, it really is!
That maple is just lovely!
Fiona,it is! You would love it to photograph!
Finally I have a few minutes to to see what you have been up to. Love, love the pics. You take such wonderful photos! xoxo
Oh Cindy, it is SO good to 'see' you here again! And thank you.
What a beauty Jim.
Are you talking about me?! Couldn't resist that Jen!It really is a great plant.
I find myself working on focus right now myself.
We all have to do that every now and again.
I am always thankful you share your appreciation of beauty through your photos.
You know what Terry? I had no idea my blog would go in this direction and I am discovering that it is all my pleasure to do so. Thanks.
Thank you but I must thank 'Mother Nature' for the colours!
Hey, I really like your comments and appreciate the time you took to do so.