A ShutterBug Explores ~ Our World Tuesday



'I feel there's something incredibly honest about
trees in winter, how they are experts at letting things go.'
~ Jeffrey McDonald



One of the few places on Cape Ann MA
to practice 'social distancing' fairly easily.


We are sharing with: Our World Tuesday.



We love your comments, thanks, ^_^



'artmusedog' aka zoe



'carol

Comments

  1. You know those rocks are spaced about the right distance apart. As much cushioning as I have naturally I would need a bit more to be comfortable.

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  2. On our walk this morning I told my husband that when we started on March 1, the trees were bare. Now they have a lush mantle of green leaves. - Margy

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  3. I like that quote ... bare trees have always fascinated me (you can see how graceful they are) ....I’m glad you are finding outside places that are safe as well as beautiful!

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  4. Touching and lovely, yet also sad and lonely in our times. Amazing capture, Carol.

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  5. That's a very peaceful scene!

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  6. I could sit there for hours, a beautiful spot. Have a good week Carol.

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  7. There's nothing more relaxing than sitting by water.. a lake, stream, the ocean, whatever. This looks like a lovely spot.

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  8. Look like a great place to just take a few deep breath

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  9. it looks nice and quiet there.

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  10. This photo tells a big story and that quote you shares was perfect for it Carol! Hope the guy on the photo is having a good time with solitude.

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  11. I have always wanted a boulder large enough to sit on. I can almost feel the cool air and the warm sun in this picture. A lovely early spring day with a warmed rock to sit on.

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  12. Hello, it is a beautiful view and peaceful place.. Enjoy your day, wishing you a happy new week!

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  13. There couldn't be a better time like this to listen nature in silence and celebrate the solitude. Beautiful image

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  14. Beautiful quote! Andrew Wyeth called winter trees “the bones of the earth”. That’s also very honest, the most hidden form of life.

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  15. A place you'd certainly want to go, also, so pretty.

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  16. How nice and soothing to be able to relax in front of the water...lovely quote too.

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  17. looks so peaceful and relaxing! love the quote also. Trees do teach us the most amazing things...such as the beauty of letting go, leaves withdrawing from life but beautiful as they drop in fall...

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