Wednesday, September 02, 2009

Little Bits of Nature

Little bits of nature never fail to please me during the late days of summer. Tiny treats that could be easily missed bring joy and delight! Turkey feathers, a friendly tree frog, berries, everlasting flowers, mature flowers of late season, and more are a pleasure to find and enjoy. Spring and autumn are my favorite seasons on the mountain, as they bring so much change as the seasons flow from one to the next. Pleasant days, cool nights, and nature's treasures to enjoy are gifts from God that bless!

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8 comments:

  1. Oh yes, I had to click to see the larger view and I scrolled all around, too. Your mountain camp always reminds me of our camp on the lake. I just pretend that the mountain of blue beyond is a lake and truly they are very similar. It's the trees right up close and the wildflowers and the open door. Wonderful! I'm glad that you are enjoying delightful days on the mountain.

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  2. I love the little bits of nature on the mountain. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Lovely collage of photos!

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  4. Glad to see you back!

    Be sure and check out my blog today!

    Katherine

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  5. A beautiful collage. Thank you for sharing it.

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  6. Beautiful photos of some fabulous discoveries... It's good to walk around with our eyes wide open for these treats!

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  7. What a fun place to do nature walks xoxox Clarice

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  8. Hi Gal!! I absolutely LOVE this collage!! I sure would love to come and walk around with you while you're snapping photos! I am a nature girl and can't get enough of God's wonderful creation either!!

    Hope your weekend is glorious...like those gorgeous morning glories above this post!!

    Blessings and hugs,
    Becky

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