Project 52, Week 46 ~ Fall On the Hill


Gratitude
~Week Two ~

I'm thankful  that I can set my feet to a wooded path and disappear into another world;  for a sister who lends me her ear & her shoulder; for the changing seasons- what a boring world it would be without them all; & for retirement, which is just around the bend



41 comments:

  1. Gorgeous view! I'd love to have something like that close to me!

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  2. One truly beautiful photo, the mellow colours blending together. Perfect, as nature intended. Greetings from Jean.

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  3. beautiful photo and gratitudes

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  4. HI Such a lovely shot. I can imagine escapingalong the path into the depths of nature.

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  5. Beautiful! I'd love to disappear into that world for a while. You have some wonderful things to feel grateful for.

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  6. and all this beauty in your photo reminds me that I am oh so thankful that I still have the eyes to see it, my physical eyes and the eyes of my soul to see it. my mother lost her sight 2 years before she died... this makes me treasure mine.

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  7. Oh Terri! You are going to love that view of the Hill even more after retirement! More time to click pictures too and Live your life the way YOU want to every moment!

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  8. That is such a beautiful photo! Nature is so magnificent.

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  9. A grateful heart is a Happy heart and you have both Terri. I love your words of gratitude and photo.
    Happy Sunday :)

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  10. A gorgeous scene! Well captured!

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  11. really sweet. i have a sis i am so grateful for. she's 1100 miles away, but we connect in our hearts.

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  12. This shot is just stunning and truly looks like an oil painting. You have captured the light in such a perfect manner. Isn't it wonderful to have retirement just around the corner. I am semi,= retired, and definitely enjoying this flexibility.

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  13. You've captured a perfect Autumn scene.

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  14. What a gorgeous shot and I love your sentiments .

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  15. Lovely shot and that would be a place I would be drawn to as well.

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  16. Beautiful Autumn! We didn't see much of it this year, so I am loving the beautiful picture and the memories it brings.

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  17. LOVE that fall shot and the deep perspective through the trees... I have a sister who is a rock in my life too, love her so much. Retirement came sooner than I thought and I am loving it! Thank you for coming by sharing your creative photography on the Weekly Top Shot, #108!

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  18. Except I am all ready retired, you captured my thoughts also. You are going to love it when it comes. It gives you more time to enjoy the rest.

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  19. What an absolute gem. We are lurching (far too quickly) into Summer here, so your image is particularly poignant. Thank you.

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  20. Such a beautiful scene. I don't have a sister, but I do have close friends that encourage me. Thankful for them. Retirement is a blessing, and I'm very thankful I finally have the time to enjoy the things I love. You will enjoy retirement, too.

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  21. The "Fall on the Hill" photo is beautiful! I'm still grateful for retirement 13 years into it. :) You'll love it.

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  22. This is such a beautiful shot. Lots to be grateful for that's for sure.

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  23. What a beautiful scene! Great image! I hear ya on retirement. Can't wait!

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  24. Lovely autumn scene. And wonderful things to be thankful for.

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  25. Beautiful scene. Those sound like great things to be thankful for.

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  26. Beautiful autumn foliage. What a blessing to have a sister. :)

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  27. Beautiful shot! I like your gratitude list too! Happy Monday to you.

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  28. So beautiful… I am doing a daily gratitude practice as well, using my camera to guide me to see the goodness in life. And of course there is the annual gratitude word quilt project… seeing what others have written, putting it together is also helping to cultivate gratitude in me.

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  29. I could see this as a painting--beautiful, beautiful place! Congrats on being so very close to retirement:)
    Blessings,
    Aimee

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  30. Cool shot! beautiful color of the autumn.

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  31. I am your latest Google Follower although I felt I had been following you before now, apparently not officially. Anyway I always enjoy your photos and today the special words of gratitude you shared.

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  32. Beautiful photos, sisters are wonderful! Lovely words and post. Have a happy week!

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  33. I needed this post reminder today... Thank you.... Michelle

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  34. Awesome view. I am thankful for my sisters as well.

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