Thursday, August 29, 2013

Treading Water



So much energy expended in treading water this green summer.  Soon I will cease this useless task and swim toward the shore and begin once again to Zen just a little....soon...because fall is fast approaching.


And summer's brilliant hues...


will be exchanged overnight to fall's amber colors.


12 comments:

Brian Miller said...

i love the brilliant colors of fall...the last splash before the dying and dormant....

Chris said...

Beautiful!

ellen abbott said...

I've been in upper state NY the past week and on a mountainside there was one brilliant orange torch of a tree amongst a sea of green.

Kat said...

Gorgeous!!!
I wish fall were a more zen time for me. It is usually craziness.
And even though I love fall, I will miss summer.

Beautiful photos!!!

messymimi said...

This fall is promising to be more active than ever, but maybe after football season.... Oh, yes, then the holidays. Then who knows.

Well, when i need some tranquility, i'll look at pictures like yours for a few minutes. It helps, thank you.

Red said...

We're all going to have to change gears. Fortunately the change can be slow. I wouldn't want it to turn cold all at once I like to get used to the cold.

Linda Reeder said...

We are looking for things to slow down after labor day. It has been a busy August. I'm hoping for more sunny, warm lazy days, after this rainy period were are in right now.

Granny Annie said...

Part of me is looking forward to Fall but I will need to store up lots of indoor projects. It will be difficult to give up my mowing therapy and I can't shovel snow, so it's store up groceries and candles and see about getting a generator this year. Ron and I talked about one every year but kept putting it off. Still I look forward to the "exchanged overnight to fall's amber colors".

One Woman's Journey - a journal being written from Woodhaven - her cottage in the woods. said...

Thank you
for sharing
such beauty...

Denise at Autumn Sky said...

I love Autumn's colors and cooler temperatures. The little bridge in your photo is lovely and I can imagine it in all seasons.

Kay said...

Oh my gosh! You are such an excellent photographer. I love these peaceful photos!

Hilary said...

This is just so beautiful, Tabor. I love that bridge. It reminds me of something from a Monet painting.

From your comment on my blog: "Oh, also wanted to add that you need to give your son a big hug from me, because I know how absolutely, deliriously, happy you are having him close right now! "

How right you are. I gave my boy lots of those.. and yes, one of them was from you. Thank you for that. He's on his way back early in the morning.. sigh!