Monday, September 10, 2012

Cool Front

A cool front came in late Saturday evening and made our temperature very tolerable, for a change.  Sunday evening hubby found a new location for me to shoot and I was thrilled!  Since I'm not sure about the changes blogger is going through and I had really lousy luck with the new GUI when I tried it, I'm going to post a batch of photos.  I should probably break it into multiple posts, but I'm going to go for it while I can.



















We had a wonderful time... and didn't even break a sweat!

31 comments:

gmarch53 said...

BeOOtifull!! I especially liked the pic across the water...so serene looking! Great work, MsA :)

YeamieWaffles said...

All of these photos are awesome Ms A, hopefully the Blogger changes won't bring you down too much, I've still got the old interface up and will for as long as possible but I suppose the new one isn't really bad so to speak.

Gigi said...

Wow, these are great! Except for the snake one. That one gave me the creeps.

Mamma has spoken said...

The third from last picture was creepy! I couldn't tell if it was an animal with great camouflage, or part of a tree! Oh and I could have done without the snake photo ;o) Looks like a wonderful day spent outside!

baygirl32 said...

please tell me that is not a wild snake!!

Deborah said...

The sunset shot is fantastic.

Amy said...

Our weather was delightful over the weekend and will be cooler for the next few days.

What is that a picture of - knees.jpg? As a Granny myself, I got a chuckle out of its name, as my own knees are much different now than 10 years ago. I'm sure as soon as you tell me I'll be... "Oh, how could I not see that!?"

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell said...

Oh my goodness! That is a FANTASTIC location for photos and yours are amazing! You need to keep going back there to show us more and more.

Kathleen said...

These pictures are AMAZING. How close were you to the animal in pics 2, 3 & 4? Is that a beaver?

Also pic #10-that snake looks like it was too close for comfort.

What is that in pic 16?

The last two could easily be used in commercials to advertise beautiful romantic getaway destinations....Wow!!!

Mom of the Perpetually Grounded said...

Love the critter he's adorable! But is that a water moccasin?!

Mark said...

Over here it was quite cool today too and it was very nice to walk through it. I love the pictures :) Especially the ducks :D

Margaret (Peggy or Peg too) said...

Yep I too am diggin' the good weather.

i see where blogger is forcing us to change soon. I am digging in my heels for as long as possible.

The clarity in your photo's in phenomenal (sp?) I love the last one. Boy does that look relaxing!

Sally said...

Well, you sure have me "wowed" this morning. These are spectacular! So glad the temp was cooler; I'm looking forward to that also. :)

Great post, loved it!!

TexWisGirl said...

oh, i've enjoyed our cooler temps, too! it is fabulous to open the windows at night!

these are great. the nutria is such a varmint! wish i could i.d. that snake but not sure. love the reflection shots. i think my fave is the stump w/ its perfect reflection. :)

TexWisGirl said...

not sure what changes you're referring to, but if you're still using the old blogger interface, i'm guessing you'll be forced over to the new one soon enough.

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

That's a wonderful collage of pictures. These last few are dreamy, and I like the red faced ducks. I've never seen that kind before.

xoRobyn

Lynn Proctor said...

stunning shots--i enjoyed these so much, except maybe the snake--i jumped!

Saara said...

Lovely, lovely! Thank You for this moment, I enjoyed!

So. Cal. Gal said...

Gorgeous! Well, except for the snake.

I bet you'd enjoy higher temps if it wasn't for the humidity. It's been hot and humid here lately and I'm hating it, which is really saying something. I'm comfortable at 90 degrees, but it's usually a "dry" heat. ; )

Barbara said...

Beautiful shots and so diverse! Where was this?

Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking said...

Oh we are loving these cooler temps!! You pictures are just gorgeous!

Pat Tillett said...

Wow! Fantastic photos! You have gotten darn good at this! Seriously!

Jimmy said...

Amazing shots, I am impressed :^)

George said...

You must be getting the hang of that camera since all of these photos are marvelous. I'm glad you got some cooler weather.

YumYum PiratePig said...

JAWDROPPINGLY GORGEOUS! It's as if you were born with that camera in your hand, these are absolutely stunning! They will take some time to digest and i will revisit this post and your photography here again and again. I worked hard for years to take pictures like this (some still not this good) and you just pick up a camera and DAZZLE US?! LOVES IT, Ms. A, YOU GOT TALENT!

Betty Manousos said...

great series of photos!
i very much enjoyed looking through your lovely set.



i can tell this is a canon camera. isn't it?

ain't for city gals said...

gorgeous shots..our weather has taken a turn for the better also..so nice to turn that darn ac off for a bit! I wanted to thank you for all the sweet sweet comments you have left me this past year...they have meant so much to me!

Katherines Corner said...

blogger is making changes again? Oh boy...I'm glad I moved to wordpress, giggle.Seriously I hope it's not a big deal, I know you must be feeling anxious about it. Your photos are fabulous!!!! The sunset photo is my favorite. I hope the snake was captured on a zoom . The tree stump resembles some kind of creature, love it! xo

Momma Fargo said...

OMG. Most beautiful and captured things. You have such an eye and talent! I wish I would have been next to you with a shovel to save you from the snake. LOL. Great photos and glad you had a wonderful time!

CatherineDogs3 said...

Wow what beautiful pictures. Not sure my comment will show up.

Michelle said...

What a fantastic series of images. Outstanding...all of them (especially the beaver, woodchuck, or whatever he is). :)