Friday, January 22, 2010

Trees






17 comments:

The Good Life in Virginia said...

oh my...that last shot of the moss covered fallen tree...looks so soft and touchable. and your third capture...the moss looks like velvet drapery.
absolutely fab captures.
have a most wonderful weekend my e-friend.

Arija said...

How wonderful the first faint touch of green in these wonderful woods is! Heart wrenchingly beautiful photos.

S. Etole said...

feels like an enchanted forest ...

ELK said...

all the moss and the angles of the trunks ...pure magic!

Sandra said...

I like the music of the twisted roots of the third picture. Trees speak to me and this one does. It does look like a magical forest. beautiful photos all

SquirrelQueen said...

This must be a lovely place to walk and enjoy nature. There is something about moss covered trees that makes me want to explore, I love the middle photo.

I adore your new header, it is so beautiful.

Judy

Trotter said...

Hi Medam! Lovely!! Glad to see that there was no snow there... ;)

Looking forward to seeing your comment at my new blog Blogtrotter Two, now at the Art Deco District in South Beach! Hope to read you there often! Have a great weekend ahead!!!

Catherine said...

Love all that moss! I wish I could walk around and take pictures in this beautiful forest with you. Everything here is white again with snow today. I guess it is better then the ugly dirt and mud we've had for the last couple of weeks. :)

Regina said...

Beautiful captures!

Pietro said...

Your wonderful photographs well describe that charming wood!

Xavi said...

As always in your line, good pictures, good approaches and great sensitivity.
What a fantastic place as peace and tranquility.
I wish you a great Saturday.

Xavi

Anna said...

Medam excellent images, the trees have so much character. BTW I love your new header. Hope all is well. Anna :)

BaysideLife said...

Every one of these photos is wonderful, like a walk through the woods of a fairytale. I especially am drawn to the second picture; the trees, the moss, the winding water. What a lovely place to meander. Enjoy your weekend.

Andrea said...

I like very much the third:maybe waiting in silence,we could see one Hobbit coming out from there...

Osaid said...

Awesome shots, the green thing wrapping the stems is lookin soo beautiful.. .

Baron's Life said...

Sorry I'm late but a summer riding accident had actually put me out of commission longer than I would have liked.
I wish you and your family a Happy New Year
All the best for 2010

Phivos Nicolaides said...

Gorgeous pictures and beautiful scenery!