yeah, there were 350 truck loads of stone that went into the wall; the grass path is grass growing on stone. if you could stand in the water, you'd see the stones stacked up along the earthen wall; it's very serene. ha, the water is quite dirty, I spent a few days in it over the summer cutting up a large tree that fell during a storm. It fell across the creek; I was wading the water clears up when there's no rainfall for awhile, and drops down. Thank you.
sigh, this is such a good sight for a good sigh, the longed type of inhale that fills one visually and soothes spiritually. I know it is earthly and green and mint but I feel on a cloud while dipping entirely in this. I don't know hoe you somehow manage to take something quite real and make it such a fantastic mirage.....I guess your artistry is showing not just through the pen but behind the lens Creative is creative I want to look for four leaf shamrocks with you right there *dives in a dream* ~83
is this where you live? Or somewhere you snapped on your travels...it looks quite 'English'...haha. I love the stonework jutting out...the lush greenery though appeals the most and wins me over...water looks a wee bit dirty! :P
Captivating scene, feels like spring in the air and it's time for a waltz...marvellous picture big guy..
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