Little Things Thursday ~ An Evening Serenade




*photo by Brandy


53 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful scene for practice!

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  2. What a setting, I played the violin at about the same age or a little older, but didn't ever think of being outside, looking at our paddocks and cattle. One to keep.

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  3. Nice thing about the violin or viola--you can take it with you outside. :-)

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  4. this is precious, to sweet for words and he looks so 'focused' on playing. his feet are SET. wish i could hear it.

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  5. PS i am sure the horse LOVES IT.. LOL

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  6. PS again... is there a reason he is OUTSIDE? LOL again

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    1. I think they were just enjoying the nice weather- his brother was out there also, playing his guitar.

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  7. Beautiful photo and great place for a serenade!

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  8. What a place for a serenade! Lovely outlook.

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  9. That horse doesn't seem to mind his playing.

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  10. This is an absolute treasure.

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  11. Priceless!! A perfect ending to perfect day!!. Thanks for sharing.
    Sue

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  12. I love everything about this....

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  13. Music is a wonderful companion through life!



    ALOHA from Honolulu,
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^=

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  14. Hi Terri, what a special and peaceful photo. The horse has to be enjoying the serenade.
    Just precious!!
    Hugs, CM

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  15. what a view! seems like the perfect place to focus. :)

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  16. Now that guy is rally cool!

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  17. Serenading you and the horse?
    So sweet, Teri!

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  18. Did the 2 brother play their instruments together that evening? Have a great weekend.

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  19. Aww that's lovely and the t-shirt good words. The music must sound enchanting out there.

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  20. Perfect! Have to get some inspiration from that view!

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  21. What a magnificent place to play! That view should make the music.

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  22. What a great way to welcome the day. Music, beloved performers and a bucolic scene. Really liked the message on his shirt.

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  23. Oh, I love this! I wish I could take my piano outside!!

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  24. This is just about as perfect as a photo can get!

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  25. That is precious! Very nice photo. Thank you for visiting me. Blessings, Pam

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  26. What a great picture! Love the scene and the saying on the shirt too!

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  27. Oh how neat...I'd love to have been there to hear that beautiful music... Bet it sounded fantastic outside!!!!

    We have been gone this week ---out hiking and searching for waterfalls. SO much fun!!!

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  28. He is so cute! And, what a beautiful place for a serenade. Terri, I just read your post about the rocks and caves and climbing. Oh my, it looks just like where the outlaws would have hidden. I would not have gone into that rock cave either. Sure enjoyed seeing it.

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  29. Very nice photo unique. I read his t.shirt. Is he allowed to wear it to school?

    I heard that schools, teachers, principal in American they are being so hard on children who have faith. To even voice a opinions.

    We still are allowed here.

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  30. Aw - how precious! What a sweet scene! xo K

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  31. Sweet image! I can almost hear the music!

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  32. What a wonderful setting foe a concert. I bet the horse loved it!

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  33. I agree, that is a sweet image, love it!

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  34. Awesome shot!
    Brings back lots of memories. Both my kids played.

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  35. Oh my goodness....this is priceless!!!!!

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  36. I just love that!!! and can almost hear it. Our daughter plays violin. Such a wonderful setting for a recital. :-)

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  37. That is so awesome! Cute, cute, cute!

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