Lovely, and looking closely at the windows, I can see people, hats, a man or two, and so much more. super cropping. you are truly in the season of Autumn now. Jean.
Jean, you can see all that?! What a great imagination you have.Still over a month to go for winter to officially be here.
Looks like a crowded party going on in there! Lashing down with rain this morning here…..the dog is going to have to start getting used to wearing his waterproof coat!
That it does, Frances! Rain here too but no snow yet! PHEW!
Beautiful image, Jim! Love it.
It was one of those tricky lighting situations where you weren't sure how things would turn out, Martha.
What a beautiful reflection Jim, I love it, like Martha above...hi girl!
SUCH gorgeous reflections! I think winter will be here before we know it!
I would have to agree with you, Jeanne! Everything is ready to fall.
It's probably painfully obvious that all my photos are straight out of camera, LOL! I don't even bother to crop.
YOU DON"T!!, Debra? How can you live with yourself!!?? lol
Windows doing their magic!
I know Sharon! Looked like they were alive!!
It was Joyce!! We couldn't believe what we were seeing.
Nothing gets away from you, Jim! Your eyes pick up the neatest things. I'm catching up after a timeout in Las Vegas. I was actually thinking of Thich Nhat Hanh and my true home when in Vegas ~ thanks to you for introducing me! I, as always, enjoyed your Saturday photos. It was heartwarming to think of you bringing Kim's fishcakes to Pops. You are the best son! And thanks for sharing "Heart and Soul." I haven't heard that in forever, but I know every note. I can't tell you how much TNH's words resonate with me. What he said about concentration is something I have found so very true in my own life. But not when it comes to physical pain ~ well, focusing on it certainly strengthens the pain, so I'll do anything to distract myself. No focus wanted there! LOL! Have a happy week!
They don't call me 'Hawkeye' for nothing, Louise!!Your Vegas trip sounds just what you needed. Maybe that is where your true home is!! lolHappy you like what he has to say. He keeps it simple but it is not an easy task to employ.I think maybe acknowledging the 'pain' in our lives and then focusing elsewhere.have a great week.
I like that apricot glow. SOOC? That is blasphemy!
LOL!Barb, I hear you. This was shot in 'raw'/manual. One just never knows, right?
I'm like Nancy - I have a Victorian house party going on in that house! Go figure.
I always love your photos. They're peaceful.Love,Janie
sooc, just as it should be...honest and pure. very nice.
Beautiful reflection. Nice capture, Jim.
Hey, I really like your comments and appreciate the time you took to do so.