Friday, October 29, 2010

Morning Walk









This made me think of Van Gogh's Almond Blossom painting - 




And this, Monet's Water Lillies - 




Ain't I cultured and stuff!  It was a beautiful morning, I hope yours was as well.

9 comments:

The Boston Lady said...

D.B. I love these pictures - how serene and you are one intellectual gal! Your pics of Nashville are just lovely and I hope to visit there one day - it's been many years. I mainly remember the Hermitage from my visit. Miami is not really my thing either, but the art deco and the yummy drinks make everything nice. My husband drank the other drink, but I sure will order you one up, just say the word. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Ann

Anita said...

Wow, beautiful images!! That would be a nice morning walk! It was 30 here, so I stayed in:-) But then we have a case of the flu, a strep throat, and me with a cold. I do love this weather though. I thought of you this week as we had three days of rain with the beautiful color outside. It was SO nice inside! The sick kids were napping or reading, and it was nice to just enjoy the inside time!

erin said...

great minds think alike!! yes. some of our shots are very similar. we have to enjoy these blue skies while we can.... :0)

Olive Cooper said...

Well as long as you are not growing cultures in your frig. Kidding. Lovely crisp images. Have a fab weekend. hugs♥olive

Entertaining Women said...

Well, I just left another comment on one of your lovely posts, but I can't remember which one....brain freeze. Anyway, to you question about the family named Goff. Bruce Goff was never married to my knowledge...he was quite an eccentric man. Perhaps they are niece or nephew through a brother of Bruce's, but I'm fairly secure in saying that this would not be his child. Cherry Kay

Gail said...

Wow, this looks a lot like where I live. You remember Kamay don't you??? Thanks for sharing the beautiful photos. Miss you.

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pam@pixelimpress said...

so pretty!

Merisi said...

Simply gorgeous!

Autumn days like these are like balsam for the soul, aren't they?

Happy Halloween, D.B.!