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Sunday, February 06, 2011

 This picture fascinated me because the snow seemed to skip over the trees in the center.

 Clouds over the sun gave this shot a surreal look.
It's sort of odd but I like it.
 I love driving in the country. There are thousands of photography moments just waiting for me.
 Reed filled Lake Padden on a misty day.
 Another country scene, a golden field under a blue sky.
 Majestic Mt. Baker looms over a farm in the valley.
 A lovely grass covered lane at Lake Terrell in Washington State.
 Another glorious sunset over Bellingham Bay.
 Snow on the property across the street from my place. This was taken several years ago. There are houses there now. I far prefer the trees and brush.
 This cloud dragon made me run for my camera. Maybe its Puff!
 When this is enlarged it makes me feel as if I am in the clouds. The lonely little tree top in the lower center wasn't planned. It just popped into the picture unannounced!
I love capturing the sun coming through the trees like this. The light just brightened everything in it's path including the grass.

John's tests on Friday were difficult but thank the Lord he managed to get through them. We hope to learn the results this coming week and that they are favorable . I will keep you informed. Thanks for your faithful prayers.
God Bless



Blogger Angela said...

Those are some awesome pictures! I couldn't pick which one was my favorite! They all were so beautiful! You take some great pictures!

I pray that John gets a good report back from his tests! I loved the post where he came home to visit. The picture of him re-enacting the BB gun in the window scene was funny!


Blogger Granny Annie said...

I love this post so much and each of those awesome pictures makes me want a new camera even more. We love living in the country and all the sites that surround us. I just can't capture them as well as you.

Oh yes, prayers continue for John and for you.

Blogger Susan said...

Your photos are always amazing!!!

Blogger Nezzy said...

Your photos are simply magnificent sweetie. I'm just in awe of your photography ability.

God bless ya and have a stupendous day sweetie!!!

Blogger Merle said...

Hi Bev ~~ Wonderful pictures, thanks for sharing them with us. Prayers continue for John - I hope he gets well again.
I hope those strong winds didn't do too much damage and glad you passed on some jokes. I hope your friends enjoyed them too.
I hope the weather improves for you soon.
Happily it is much better down under st
last, Take care dear friend, Love, Merle.

Blogger Where the Green Grass Grows said...

I love these pictures,they are so beautiful:)

Anonymous Linda May said...

Sorry nto hear about your friend. He will be looked after.
I love your photos bev, thanks for sharing. What a pretty part of the world you live in.


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