Cherish is my favorite word, and I cherish the ability of turning the routine into a beautiful moment.
Nature creates in me, a spiritual and meditative time to bring peace, harmony and balance, into an otherwise ordinary day~
Mary Howell Cromer







Friday, October 19, 2012

And the Rains Came a Tumbling Down~

 


 An early morning rain, just before colours began to change.  
These were taken the middle of September, and I nearly forgot to share them. 
Had them in draft mode, so that I could share while we were on holiday and then my laptop gave up it's power cord and that was that;'(~

Happy Friday, Happy Weekend, stay safe and take care~


 I see this Red-tailed Hawk, or it's mate often, hunting from this same wire~
 
 
 


Rain, rain, rain, life giving rains came~
 
 


Can you see the 2 horses through the raindrops;)~
 
 


 Hermitage Farms is about 15 miles from my home.  
Queen Elizabeth has spent some nice stays at this farm in years past~
 
 
 

11 comments:

  1. lovely horse country - even when it is soggy.

    the thistles are especially beautiful.

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  2. I don't like the rain but I like your rain and raindrop shots Mary. It's useful for photgraphs when birds of prey often use the same spots to hang out - I often sit out of sight and wait for them to appear. Sometimes it works, like your picture there.

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  3. Beautiful shots, Mary! Good looking horse farm!

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  4. Avesome photo's - I love them all!

    Greetings from Denmark
    Dorthe

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  5. Lovely shots, Mary. The rain does give a fresh sparkle to everything, particularly when the sun shines soon after.

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  6. A long and very pleasant post Mary. Wonderful pictures of farms, landscape and birdies ;-) Love the rain picture thought, even if it was probably not funny for you!

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  7. Mary, these are all so beautiful; I'm so glad you located them. I love your photo of that broken down gate.

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  8. Really beautiful photos. Love the ones of the thistles and the other flowers and grasses. Rain coming for us for the weekend. ;( I hope you have a sunny one!

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  9. I like the pictures of the grass - I keep meaning to do some form of series based just around these often overlooked plants - well thats the plan anyway!

    There are places in Queensland where you can feed these Lorikeets in the wild - I've seem pictures of people with dozens of the birds sat on them - remarkable really.

    Stewart M - Australia

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  10. Wonderfull reflectgions and pictures. I enjoyed coming across you blog...:)

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  11. Such a beautiful post .... that first shot had my heart skipping!

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