Friday, July 8, 2011

Take The Time! (Photo Friday)

 “Divinely superfluous beauty
Rules the games, presides over destinies
       makes trees grow
And hills tower, waves fall.
The incredible beauty of joy.”
                                Robinson Jeffers

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 Even in our busy lives, nature has treasures to share. All we have to do is take the time to notice.
The most spectacular are  truly unexpected.

It is not all about work.



  1. You know you are right. We are so wrapped up here at our farm keeping things running that we very rarely take time to enjoy the kids and all of God's creation. Thank you for the reminder. I will take today to stop and appreciate my blessings!!

  2. Yes, there's beauty in every day. Thanks for sharing. These photos are great.


  3. Yes, we should never be to busy to see what feeds our soul.

  4. Shakespeare said it best---"Aye, there's the rub."

    Simply taking time to notice is something we humans are not very good at.

  5. the GBH against the falls is spectacular!!!

  6. Lovely post - very wise. Most beautiful photos.
    Yes, there's a lot to appreciate, and it's as close as a turn of the head or a blink of an eye :D)

  7. I wholeheartedly agree with your viewpoint! Your photographs are very beautiful!

  8. You can even make a cutter bar on a swather look good. Nice series of shots to remind us to open our eyes to the beauty.

  9. Love the pictures, Buttons! You are a talented photographer...glad you were able to enjoy the "moments"! :)

  10. My camera forces me to slow down and LOOK and that is why it is my prized possession.

  11. ohhhhh i love the shed pics!
    well and the work tool (looks like something my hubby uses but i have no idea what it is!)!

    Thanks for sharing

  12. I love, love the water photographs, B. Beautiful. :)


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