Tuesday, July 24, 2007


15 comments:

Anonymous said...

very nice, I love framing pictures like that. I have one I took through a square opening in a stone wall.

cool

brian

jel said...

hi brian,

this was taking though a window overlooking the spring, at a state park near home.

Corry said...

Hey sis!!
She is back and feeling so much better! Good enough to rile you a bit. grin.

Missed ya.

(((HUGS))) and love.

God's Grace.

lisa said...

Hey Janice!!
Very cool picture. I think I want to try that effect sometime.

Love ya, girl!

Janice Thomson said...

How serene and peaceful Janice.

dot said...

A beautiful scene!

Pia said...

looks so peaceful.

Mike M said...

I love these pictures!!

You've been tagged. Come by and see

photowannabe said...

Peaceful scene and its nice framed.

Dee O'Neil Andrews said...

I like the way it is framed, too, Janice. You know what would be great? The same scene framed like that in winter when there was snow everywhere. Not that you'd be able to get to that exact spot, probably, to do that. But it would be neat.

What makes me think of it is a huge poster we have of a black and white photo of a Vermont (maple) sugar house taken from a wooden doorway and framed by it. It's a neat photo from a Smithsonian Museum of Art exhibit by famous photographer, Paul Strand.

Blessings to you today!

Dee

hebrews 11:1 said...

Hey, sunshine!

Thank you for your prayers! My stomach is better for sure...nowI should know in a week or two how these new supplements are agreeing with me. I pray God uses them to heal me! I really appreciate all your prayers and sweet words. You are a blessing.

May God bless YOU richly,
Lil Pilgrim Pal

Carol said...

I just love beautiful scenery... I am always taking shots..I have so many my daughter suggested I should start a blog with them.. It is funny when I think when I was young it didn't mean too much at all to me know I just sit in wonderment of God's creation..

Thank you for dropping by.. hugs to you..:)

preacherman said...

I think sometime we think that the worlds eye view of things is small and closed off from reality. When you look at things from a different view thought the reality changes into something more beautiful, when you open your mind up to accept other things, new ideas, concepts, point of views, opinions, etc. It streches us beyond our limits and helps us refocus on the beautiful ceation within.
I love art. :-)

Terry said...

Dear Jel...so nice and green!
We aren't getting too much rain this year so Ontario is looking brown like it used to look in my beloved Manitoba so I don't mind!...
It just looks like you took this nice picture while you were sitting in the house and looking out the window...Love Terry

jel said...

everyone thank you for stoping by!