Ancient as time, favourite tree: the oak, animal: the wolf, flower: Anemone hepatica, place: a forest near water.Bird: too numerous to name,camera permanently grafted to hand, lover of light, nature, the sea, mountains, deserts,all forests, musing on the essence of being,loving all things great and small, caring for this wonderful planet of ours.
Yes ... it's lovely when embiggened ;--)ReplyDelete
Hugs and blessings,
They are busy stiring up the water first thing in the morning. Yes, it is better enlarged.ReplyDelete
I am so happy to see all this luscious water!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks for dropping in at my blog Arija. You are an encouragement. And thanks too for the Vicks vapour rub tip. Not sure how Big Boy Cat will like that, as he loves curling next to my feet:-)ReplyDelete
You should visit the ducks in our town. I keep wanting to find a Maori word meaning "Little Town of a 1000 Mallards". It would sum us up beautifully.
The water is so clear and the ducks so colorful. Bless you for getting up at dawn and sharing.ReplyDelete
Lovely spot! I like how the leaves form a natural frameReplyDelete
My watery entry, hope you like it too
Very nice photo!ReplyDelete
It is pretty...happy watery Wednesday.ReplyDelete
Beautiful shot! The flash creates a good effect!ReplyDelete
Nothing more lovely than to see ducks enjoying themselves on the water!ReplyDelete
Nuts in May
Pretty shot of the ducks, great for WW.ReplyDelete
cozy in the water- beautifulReplyDelete
Lovely, lovely water and ducks. They are so much fun to watch. We have none here---just Canadian gees that pass through in their formation flying...... ;)ReplyDelete
I love the picture.ReplyDelete
By the way I must steal ha ha bloody ha ha. As it is so true and such a perfect way to say something.
Love you darling.
Lovely critters. Beautiful shot.ReplyDelete
take it, its all yours and welcome.
XOX Love Arija
so wonderful how we can play with photos to present them and share them!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous photo! I love ducks and we have plenty of them wandering around in our neighborhood...ReplyDelete
Such a pretty watery shot. Nice capture. Thanks for stopping by at my WW post!ReplyDelete