Friday, June 01, 2012

Tranquility-June, 2012 Theme Day


You can't beat nature for a scene of tranquility!


26 comments:

  1. Wonderful Kate, I can hear the babbling water from here- tranquility indeed!

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  2. Even moreso, when that nature is trailing its fingers in a slowly moving stream.

    Lovely contribution to the theme, Kate.

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  3. un bon choix pour ce thème.

    Je prends un livre et je m'installe sous ces arbres

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  4. You are right about that. Beautiful scenes.

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  5. I love those trees.

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  6. That's tranquil, Kate. Beautiful scenery!

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  7. lovely offerings for this month's theme.

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  8. You can't beat nature for a scene of tranquility!

    Absolutely

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  9. Definitely tranquil but watch out for the gators!

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  10. beautiful start to the month.

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  11. Looks like a perfect place for some peace and quiet.

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  12. So very beautiful with the overhanging trees and the Spanish moss. Nature does produce a lot of tranquil scenes. :)

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  13. Being out in natural surroundings always brings be back to a state of tranquility.

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  14. Tranquil and picturesque place, not easy to find anything like this around here...

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  15. Spanish moss. . .from your southern trip? Lovely!

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  16. Wonderful, this is a very tranquil place indeed. Good choice for this theme day, Kate!

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  17. Now all I need is a chaise lounge and a good book! zzzzzz beautiful!

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  18. Tranquil, indeed, Kate. Live oaks? Not in St. Paul, is it?

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  19. A little peace and quite.

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  20. I love to sit on the shore and just listen to the sounds of nature. Well done, take care!

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  21. Heh, heh...I posted Spanish mossy trees for "tranquility" also, but you didn't take this in Minneeesota! Georgia?

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  22. Very tranquil Kate, but I agree with Lowell that this was not shot in Mn because of the Spanish moss. Hanging from the trees.

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  23. Me again. Actually, we hate Spanish moss with a passion. I think it kills the trees although I've had a tree person say no...but a lot of dead trees or dying trees are covered with the stuff. It's also full of bugs and itches like crazy. Our oaks at the old Ocala house were filled with the stuff and I had to try to pull it off without getting covered in it.

    There's a funny story about the Indians back in the late 1800s...when the white eyes showed up the Indians told them to use "Spanish moss" to stuff pillows and mattresses...heh, heh. Drove the white settlers crazy!

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  24. Beautiful, Kate. I missed CDP Theme Day this moth and that's a pity.

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