Thursday, March 10, 2011

Dappled things (glory be to God for them)















I love words, and since they are very likely to always have first place in my heart, pictures must come a close second. Therefore, I usually disagree with that old cliche about a picture being worth a thousand words (give me the words, I say!). Sometimes, though, pictures mean words aren't even necessary -- and so I offer these to you, uncaptioned. Just me, one of my favourite people in the world, two beloved cameras, and the wonders of sunshine, shadow, and earth.

* * * * *

Conversations:

Caitlin -- unfortunately for Tain, I had to ignore his stern injunction. :)

Samantha R -- our life is definitely a million times funnier because he's in it.

BushMaid -- hey, Jasmine!! Nice to reconnect with you! And please, stalk anytime :).

Staish -- we can choose to believe he wrote 'xo'.

The First Rose -- brothers can definitely be wily, devious creatures when they've got A Plan.

9 comments:

  1. Where is this beautiful place?

    ReplyDelete
  2. Those are gorgeous photos, Danielle! *eyes camera strap* Aha! A Canon! *grins* What kind of Canon is it? We have a 450D, and it takes beautiful quality photos as well. =D

    ReplyDelete
  3. You know me; I can't resist photography! :) Loved them all.
    Beauty is everywhere.

    ReplyDelete
  4. You are such a cheater! That is totally a caption on the bottom. :D

    ReplyDelete
  5. Beautiful pics!

    ReplyDelete
  6. What a great way to spend a day, great company and beautiful scenery. I do like the word 'dapple' also. Wanted to say a big thank you for helping me out with procrastination! Even though this time it was unwitting, you always provide good, hearty procrastination material for me :)

    ReplyDelete
  7. I LOVE the dragonfly pic and the cheerful tree just after it!

    And I am sitting here green with envy over how much green there currently is in your world. I haven't seen green growing things in... well, however many months it's been since September. BUT it's almost Spring here. :-)

    (One of the really fun things to me about corresponding with folk in the Southern Hemisphere is that I am jolted every. single. time. they mention the season it is there. How do I manage to forget this basic fact so often?)

    ReplyDelete

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...