Monday, January 18, 2010

My World ~ Jamieson, Victorian Alps

In a valley in the mountains is a little place we love, Jamieson
in autumn is a joy to behold.

















Cattle browse on the frosty grass with a colourful backdrop
of autumn foliage.


I draw inspiration and strength from this beautiful place now
that even a short drive exhausts me. Forgive me for not visiting
you all as I would wish, I hope a time may come again when I
am able to do so.

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41 comments:

  1. It looks so beautiful and sunshinny. I haven't heard of this area but then I haven't heard about a lot of the area in Australia. Its another one of those things I would like to do be for I cross that rainbow bridge. I also want to visit Vermont in my own country, both seem to look very simular with the changing leaves.

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  2. I love your little part of the world, Arija.

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  3. Dearest Arija,
    these are such wonderful images,
    thank you for this beautiful coloured world on a grey winter's day!

    My best wishes and thoughts, Arija,
    may you feel well again soon,
    hugs,
    Merisi

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  4. This is a lovely place.I hope you are doing well,my friend.Take care and just enjoy the beauty around you.
    Blessings,Ruth

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  5. Lovely fall scenes, Arija. I hope you are well soon.

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  6. Colors, colors! :)
    I see only snow outside... :( So, I'm happy to see something colorful :)

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  7. What a beautiful place and I can see why it would be inspiring and soothing to the soul. Your captures are breathtaking as always, Arija! I do so hope you'll be doing better in the coming weeks. I hold good thoughts for you!

    Sylvia

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  8. Wonderful pictures - so colorful and bright

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  9. It does look to be a lovely place and it is good that it is close enough for you to be able to visit.
    Rest and get strong, we'll all be here sending you are strength.

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  10. These fall colors are exquisite Arija. Hope the coming days will bring you big energy.

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  11. What a beautiful place. I love the autumn color and it looks so peaceful.

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  12. Hi there! Been a long time since I last visited and i always get a warm welcome when I come by :)- The scenery would surely help make you better. Take care and get well!

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  13. A little leaf peeking! The autumn colors are so beautiful.

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  14. Wonderful autumn colours in your photos :)

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  15. What a beautiful spot. Thank you so much for sharing

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  16. Wow, great wintery sunshine and I love the red tree too, thanks for sharing:)

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  17. Glorious colors, Arija. May you feel rejuvenated by them.

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  18. These are all gorgeous photsos and they make me want to be there.

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  19. I like your pretty pics and I hope you soon have more vim and vigor for visiting some blogs. Take care.

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  20. Beautiful shots and scenery. The fall colors are just awesome!.

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  21. Wonderful shots as always. You take care and I hope you will be feeling stronger really soon.

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  22. beautiful landscapes and lovely photo's

    Have a nice week ahead...

    St Philomena's Church

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  23. Autumn in Jamison. Soon it will be here again. Thank you Arija for your continuing efforts in the face of your struggles.

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  24. Oh such beautiful photos Arija, I am so sorry you are having health problems. I do hope you are well at the moment. The colour of those trees might fill your eyes with some joy.

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  25. I guess I didn't realize you had such gorgeous colors in Australia.
    Also I hope you are feeling better Arija. Take care.
    B.

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  26. What fantastic scenery. My best wishes to you - hope your health strengthens.

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  27. I miss the beautiful fall colors..and nothing sets it off like a pair of Black Angus.

    www.wildlifearoundus.blogspot.com

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  28. lovely captures
    and the fall foilage...beautiful mixed with the green.

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  29. Arija, you are as beautiful as the fiery foliage above and the quince blossoms below. Breathtaking and peaceful. My heart swells with these beautiful surroundings and thoughts of you. Sending you great big armfuls of soothing calm, warm thoughts, and pure love.

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  30. I can't help but be thinking of my darling friend today. How are you my darling.

    xoxo

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  31. I really enjoy these wonderful views, Arija!

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  32. No wonder you love this place so.... it really is a place of beauty.As for not being able to visit as you did... I fully understand why you can't, and know how bad that can make you feel. I try to blog each day... but visiting can be so hard at time through illness.. some medication also dulls the mind... ha! my mind was dulled without my meds making matters worse.

    All the very best to you.
    Tom

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  33. I love the bright colours of your autumn! We are getting snow today - not much, though!
    Hope you feel better soon!!

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  34. Oh, Arija, your photos and words melt a heart.
    I still haven't had a good look around your blog, it needs a special set aside time.
    I love creation, and creating, and incredibly wonderfully life loving people like you....

    I do hope you are not in too much pain, and may your cheeks feel the healing of the light you seem to spread here....

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  35. My screen is ablaze with color and exuding with joy and happiness. I only hope it is originating from the person behind the camera.

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  36. Arija, that first shot looks like it could have been taken in New England! How beautiful!

    Are you under the weather again yourself? I have missed visiting you!

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  37. What a magical place Arija, I can totally see why you find solice there.
    I am so sorry to hear that you are not well, my thoughts are with you and best wishes for a speedy recovery.

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