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May 18, 2014: Fawn on the Bank of Cooks Creek
Adolph:

Jo said what a lot of us feel .Niss your pictures and coments !

 
May 18, 2014: Fawn on the Bank of Cooks Creek
Jo :

Have been following you for a number of years. Just missing y your beautiful world that you share with us. Thank you.

 
May 18, 2014: Fawn on the Bank of Cooks Creek
Ravami:

Definitely one of the best shots. Congratulations. Great camera. I wish more such great pictures. Waiting for the next publication.

 
May 18, 2014: Fawn on the Bank of Cooks Creek
AW:

soon I hope!!!

 
May 18, 2014: Fawn on the Bank of Cooks Creek
Kathleen:

Yes, I'll be back!

 
May 18, 2014: Fawn on the Bank of Cooks Creek
Raquel:

Kathleen, we've missed your work. Will you be back?

 
May 18, 2014: Fawn on the Bank of Cooks Creek
scott:

wow!

 
May 18, 2014: Fawn on the Bank of Cooks Creek
JPH:

I've noticed no new photoblog posts
she's been makin'
Of Durham Township walks
she's been takin'.
But I've figured out
what it's all about.
It's just a type
of summer drought.

 
May 18, 2014: Fawn on the Bank of Cooks Creek
David D:

Outstanding! I'm so happy to see your great work again. Sorry I've not been back sooner. Happy!

 
May 18, 2014: Fawn on the Bank of Cooks Creek
oscar:

awwwwww :)

 
May 18, 2014: Fawn on the Bank of Cooks Creek
Jeanine Moore:

Every now and then the gods of photography reach down to touch one of us. You, dear, were touched. Wonderful.

 
May 18, 2014: Fawn on the Bank of Cooks Creek
Darren C.:

Wow. Nice capture, Kathleen, and I love how you composed it.

 
May 18, 2014: Fawn on the Bank of Cooks Creek
JPH:

Maybe Mark was remembering November 17th, 2010
When for something orange he had a yen.

 
May 18, 2014: Fawn on the Bank of Cooks Creek
Kathleen:

Mark, thanks for the comment. Not sure what you mean?
- Kathleen

 
May 18, 2014: Fawn on the Bank of Cooks Creek
Mark Johnson:

Where is the orange Kathleen?

 
May 18, 2014: Fawn on the Bank of Cooks Creek
david tinnon:

All these patterns, plant and otherwise, caused me to consider the shear mind-boggling proliferation of 'unintelligent' (?) design. Seems to me, the foreground leaves alone must have required a substantial committee of wizards, assisted by elves. (...and documented by a bit of a magician:)

 
May 18, 2014: Fawn on the Bank of Cooks Creek
kimia:

like :))

 
May 18, 2014: Fawn on the Bank of Cooks Creek
Noreen:

Ahhhh Just precious! Beautiful

 
May 18, 2014: Fawn on the Bank of Cooks Creek
Tom S.:

This pic was worth the wait! Thanks Kathleen

 
May 18, 2014: Fawn on the Bank of Cooks Creek
btezra:

what a rare treat/find!

 
May 18, 2014: Fawn on the Bank of Cooks Creek
JPH:

Nestled in with the Mayapple
Is this fawn still clothed in dapple.
If it's a piece of peaceful you seek,
Just take a hike on the banks of Cook Creek.

 
May 18, 2014: Fawn on the Bank of Cooks Creek
Gator:

So sweet! How lucky to find him/her. I hope mama is nearby. Beautiful as always.

 
May 17, 2014: Flooded Creek
david tinnon:

Beautiful, Kathleen! I like the foreground balance.
Once upon a time, any creek on a warm day was paradise, and exploring the post-flood banks was a special bonus.

 
May 17, 2014: Flooded Creek
Noreen:

Beautifully taken view.

 
May 17, 2014: Flooded Creek with Canada Geese, 7:00 a.m.
david tinnon:

Paddling along like nothing else mattered. They may be right.

 
May 16, 2014: Rainy Day
tek taş:

I love this photo

 
May 16, 2014: Rainy Day
david tinnon:

'One more cup of coffee 'fore I go...'
(Maybe two cups, for this road.)

 
May 16, 2014: Rainy Day
kimia:

I realy love this weather...

 
May 16, 2014: Rainy Day
HF:

Great mood and POV!

 
May 16, 2014: Rainy Day
Noreen:

Even in the rain this is a beautiful area

 
May 16, 2014: Rainy Day
Betty B:

Love this - I love moody pictures and road pictures and stormy skies and things lineal, and this hits all those buttons.

 
May 16, 2014: Rainy Day
Darren C.:

I love this shot.

 
April 29, 2014: Certified Organic
ellen dougher:

damn u, i just wanted a calendar of KCworks...

instead, i must inquire how much for a 5x7 or 8x10 of this...

$20? $50?

if I dare go back any more than eight or ten posts, I'll naturally want 5 or six more, so I am resisting the old urge to click all the wayback to 2011 or 12...

No FOR SALE notes on your website might mean you're on INSTAGRAM finally? ooh, nice. Where?

 
April 29, 2014: Certified Organic
david tinnon:

The last time I can recall that much yellow in a jar, it was $120 worth! But I can't ever recall fingernails telling a better story!

 
April 29, 2014: Certified Organic
Noreen:

What a cool idea. . . Bet it was fun too.

 
April 28, 2014: Apple Orchard
david tinnon:

...and a time for B'heaven.

(Well Kathleen, it's almost from a Byrds song.)

 
April 21, 2014: Lamb
david tinnon:

With a face like this,
he don't have to tell jokes.
Just one glance
puts a smile on folks.

He ain't been smokein'
and he ain't been drinkin'
you can only laugh and wonder
"what the hell's he thinkin'?

 
April 21, 2014: Lamb
Noreen:

Soooo cute. An Easter Lamb.

 
April 21, 2014: Olympian and Chick
david tinnon:

LOL, "is the sky falling yet?" (What? JPH, are you forcing me to write the "Olympic athletes get all the chicks" poem?)

 
April 21, 2014: Olympian and Chick
JPH:

From the caption, a picture of Matt & Jenn I thought I would reap,
Instead, this guy with his hands all over a peep!
(Still a nice shot):-)

 
March 12, 2014: Tree and Geese at the Triangle, 6:23pm
Kathleen:

Hi Scott!
I believe we met last year...you were in the car w/Dan and we talked in front of my house. Look forward to seeing more of you! :)
Kathleen

 
March 12, 2014: Tree and Geese at the Triangle, 6:23pm
Scott Christensen:

Kathleen -

I have been amazed by your talent and photoblog since I moved to Durham Twp about 1 1/2 years ago. I just found out this passed that you are also my next door neighbor - or so I was led to believe.

Breathtaking and haunting. I have been watching the snow geese in the cornfields with amazement during February and March. Beautiful capture.

(Scott @ 935)

 
March 12, 2014: Tree and Geese at the Triangle, 6:23pm
Geert:

I love the simplicity of this beautiful landscape

 
March 12, 2014: Tree and Geese at the Triangle, 6:23pm
kimia:

I'm an Iranian and love you're photoes.
they're awesome! I love photography and wanna be a photographer!
I often take a look on you'r website...
you make me happy if you leave a message in my persenal blog :))

 
March 12, 2014: Tree and Geese at the Triangle, 6:23pm
kimia:

I love this time of morning!
Nice photo :)

 
March 12, 2014: Tree and Geese at the Triangle, 6:23pm
Darren C.:

Hmmm. I know I commented on this some days ago, but it must not have gone through. I love your composition here, Kathleen, and the birds really add a lot to the image. Beautiful capture.

 
March 12, 2014: Tree and Geese at the Triangle, 6:23pm
Darren C.:

Beautiful shot here -- love the composition. And happy to see you're posting again, Kathleen.

 
March 12, 2014: Tree and Geese at the Triangle, 6:23pm
david tinnon:

Wow, Kathleen! (You nailed it, Jon.)

 
March 12, 2014: Tree and Geese at the Triangle, 6:23pm
Earl:

Yes, I'm still interested. Nice shots Kathleen. Keep on postin' :)

 
March 12, 2014: Tree and Geese at the Triangle, 6:23pm
Rob in Vacaville:

Missed you. Nice to see you back. Beautiful and haunting photos!

 
March 12, 2014: Tree and Geese at the Triangle, 6:23pm
JPH:

K C, with her a camera, almost always takes,
So when the perfect weather condition makes,
She's ready to snap that Canon shutter.
Then, "Wow", her devoted followers will utter.

 
March 12, 2014: Tree and Geese at the Triangle, 6:23pm
Lucille !:

Makes me want to sing a line from that Mona Lisa song....
Are you warm are you real
Or just a cool and lonely, lovely work of art

 
March 10, 2014: Snow Geese, Cattle, Homes
Gail:

OMG,I love this photo. I've enjoyed earlier shots of migrating geese that you've posted. This one though, with the geese being in the foreground, makes me want to get up every Saturday to follow the spring migrations of all the waterfowl. Such a wonderfully wintry day, I can feel the chill in the air way down here in Cincinnati.
Thank you once again for sharing your corner of the world with the rest of us.

 
March 10, 2014: Snow Geese, Cattle, Homes
david tinnon:

Four living layers; flock, herd, woodland, and village. Excellent again, young lady!

 
March 10, 2014: Snow Geese, Cattle, Homes
JPH:

The Durham meeting of goose and cow.
Sharing the field, looking for chow.
Soon enough, gone will be this scene,
Geese fly north and cows be eating green.

 
March 09, 2014: Uilleann Piper
Colin:

Hello

I think you'll find that he's playing a set of good ' ole bagpipes known the world over eg Scottish pipes. Uillean (Irish) pipes get their 'blaw' (wind) from an elbow activated bellows.

Sorry to be a pedant. Are all your photos on Flickr?

Colin

 
March 09, 2014: Uilleann Piper
Noreen:

David is correct, this should be painted!

 
March 09, 2014: Uilleann Piper
david tinnon:

This should be a painting.

 
March 09, 2014: Uilleann Piper
JPH:

A welcome respite from winter's barb
Is this fellow in festive garb.
Ready to take part in St. Pat's parade.
A sure winner, he's top grade.

 
February 25, 2014: Road
david tinnon:

Great White.

 
February 25, 2014: Road
JPH:

Salt and cinders help clear the roadway
Making travel safer for today.
Now if only they had something for the sky
To make the fog go bye bye.

 
February 24, 2014: Haybales
Klem kadiddlehopper:

Will penn state test nutrient value of hay?

 
February 24, 2014: Haybales
david tinnon:

Single-frame documentary of centuries old energy storage technology, but we aren't surprised. Not here. :)

 
February 24, 2014: Haybales
JPH:

Months ago the farmer chose
To set the bales in neat rows.
Now this hay bunch
Is a frozen food lunch.

 
February 24, 2014: Haybales
Cherie:


Hay bales sing
are you listening
Down the lane
Snow is glistening
Da da da da
Da da da da
Walkin' in the winter wonderland

 
February 23, 2014: Road Sign
Darren C.:

Great shot. Well seen. Love it.

 
February 23, 2014: Road Sign
Noreen:

Stunning!

 
February 23, 2014: Road Sign
david tinnon:

Reminiscent of Magritte. Stark.

 
February 23, 2014: Road Sign
JPH:

Bet you told the sign people it needed fixed.
They agreed, but working on it today was nixed.
So sign or no sign, the forest from Josh is protected,
For winter's blanket has been selected.

 
February 23, 2014: Road Sign
juujuuhanna:

Seeing your pictures makes me want to cry.
You have eye of an artist.

 
February 22, 2014: Driveway
Phil:

This does in fact capture the winter of 2014 for me. Very nicely captured.

 
February 22, 2014: Driveway
david tinnon:

LOL, this looks like a great place to turn back. Bleak.

 
February 22, 2014: Driveway
JPH:

Out of milk! Had to clear the driveway in a rush.
Snow was deep but the road was soon slush.
All this snow and then bitter cold,
Yet the ground was hardly frozen, truth be told.

 
February 21, 2014: Barbed Wire Fence
Raquel:

Oh, I can feel the cold!

 
February 21, 2014: Barbed Wire Fence
david tinnon:

Hey Kathleen, your complex titles are killing me!

 
February 21, 2014: Barbed Wire Fence
JPH:

Here's a farmer question, maybe he'll know:
Do electric fences work when buried in snow?
His critters are smart, in the barn they stay
And save the pasture stroll for a better day.

 
February 07, 2014: Ice Branches II
david tinnon:

I thought it was a spider web, then I found my glasses! Perfect warm/cool, soft/sharp juxtaposition of elements. Wow,(again).

 
February 07, 2014: Ice Branches II
JPH:

Branches bowing down, under a great weight.
A temporary union, with the ground they mate.
What happens next? We'll have to wait.
Spring back or break? What will be their fate?

 
February 07, 2014: Ice Branches II
Patrick:

A beauty.

 
February 06, 2014: Ice Storm Branches
david tinnon:

Better than diamonds to my eyes, and all the more cherished for having been freely shared. You have launched my spring with your winter!

 
February 06, 2014: Ice Storm Branches
JPH:

Frost is white,
Mostly on the ground.
Ice is gem coating
Making anything outside....
Profound!

 
February 06, 2014: Ice Storm Branches
Miranda:

Is there a ladies' boutique anywhere that would not
love to have this jewelry on display ?

 
February 02, 2014: Freezing Fog on the Delaware River at Dawn
david tinnon:

LOL, 'Impressionist Sunrise'

~Kathleen Connally style!

 
February 02, 2014: Freezing Fog on the Delaware River at Dawn
JPH:

When the scene is this cold and hoary,
It seems a page from a fairy tale story.
Prepare to be transported as a guest
To the Durham Township Enchanted Forest.

 
February 02, 2014: Freezing Fog on the Delaware River at Dawn
jr cline:

Pretty

 
February 01, 2014: Ice Moving on the Delaware River
david tinnon:

Like crystal lily-pads on some Frenchman's pond.

 
February 01, 2014: Ice Moving on the Delaware River
JPH:

A picture only captures what can be seen,
As is the case in this winter scene.
Tinkling of the crystals of a chandelier
Is the accompanying sound you would hear.

 
January 31, 2014: Canada Geese above the Frozen Delaware River
Matt:

Beautiful photo - my favorite from your most recent batch.

 
January 31, 2014: Canada Geese above the Frozen Delaware River
John Batten:

I was getting worried - nothing since 30th January and now suddenly a bunch of new photographs...and this one is yet another inspiring shot. I am struggling with a very different place (Comments Section not yet up and running) here at:

http://blog.johnbattenphotography.co.uk/hornsey-old-parish-today/

 
January 31, 2014: Canada Geese above the Frozen Delaware River
david tinnon:

Amazing patterns/layers! You've had a fantastic winter.

 
January 31, 2014: Canada Geese above the Frozen Delaware River
JPH:

Coming or going it's a little hard to tell
As the geese take wing near the dell.
Their inner compass is guiding their flight
For visibility is poor in this foggy light.

 
January 31, 2014: Canada Geese above the Frozen Delaware River
Patrick:

Luv it!

 
January 31, 2014: Canada Geese above the Frozen Delaware River
Victoria:

Looks like musical notes on one of Bach's compositions.

 
January 30, 2014: Canada Geese and Snow Geese, Delaware River, 0 Degrees F
Salyangoz Oyunu:

Very impressive, stunning.

 
January 30, 2014: Canada Geese and Snow Geese, Delaware River, 0 Degrees F
Scott Staley:

Hi Kathleen, I think this is a beautiful image. What part of the state is Durham Township in I am in Danville which is in the central region of the state

 
January 30, 2014: Canada Geese and Snow Geese, Delaware River, 0 Degrees F
HF:

The nature delivers always the best pictures; great shot!!

 
January 30, 2014: Canada Geese and Snow Geese, Delaware River, 0 Degrees F
JPH:

Even though it was cold enough
To make a popsicle shiver,
It did not prevent this
Mass gathering at the river.
All memory of last summer's
Warmth was expunged,
When into the water
These geese polar plunged.

 
January 30, 2014: Canada Geese and Snow Geese, Delaware River, 0 Degrees F
Missy Rogers:

Looks like they are facing off in a big game, appropriate for Super Bowl Weekend, gorgeous shot!

 
January 30, 2014: Canada Geese and Snow Geese, Delaware River, 0 Degrees F
david tinnon:

Stunner. You sure can find 'em, Kathleen!

 
January 30, 2014: Canada Geese and Snow Geese, Delaware River, 0 Degrees F
Noreen:

Just wonderful. . .

 
January 30, 2014: Canada Geese and Snow Geese, Delaware River, 0 Degrees F
Melissa:

Oh, man!

 
January 30, 2014: Canada Geese and Snow Geese, Delaware River, 0 Degrees F
Miles:

I'm going to send you a card with a bee on it because this is just bee-utiful!

 
January 30, 2014: Canada Geese and Snow Geese, Delaware River, 0 Degrees F
Albert:

This is really something special, even for you with an entire portfolio's worth of special images. I love the different color temperatures in this shot and that lifting fog. Oh man.

 
January 30, 2014: Canada Geese and Snow Geese, Delaware River, 0 Degrees F
Chantal:

Wow this is incredible......gorgeous!

 
January 23, 2014: Frozen Lake Nox, 4:40pm
david tinnon:

Where's the caravan?

 
January 23, 2014: Frozen Lake Nox, 4:40pm
Noreen:

Very impressive, stunning.

 
January 23, 2014: Frozen Lake Nox, 4:40pm
JPH:

Only the frozen lake is in this view,
Fractured and sculptured in the setting sun's hue.
Was it your intent, the perfect photo to seek,
Since this one did not need the post-processing tweek?

 
January 23, 2014: Frozen Lake Nox, 4:40pm
HF:

Great structure and colors - impressive!!

 
January 23, 2014: Frozen Lake Nox, 4:40pm
Gator:

That's crazy weird beautiful disorienting abstract!

 
January 23, 2014: Frozen Lake Nox, 4:40pm
John Batten:

To see the world in a grain of sand
All Heaven in a wild flower,
To hold infinity in the palm of your hand
And eternity in an hour...

I think you must have an affinity with Blake.

 
January 23, 2014: Frozen Lake Nox, 4:40pm
Darren C.:

The lines, the shapes, the shadows. Amazing image, Kathleen.

 
January 08, 2014: More Ice on the Delaware River, 4:04pm
Kathleen:

Thank you, Russ! I'm so glad to know this!

 
January 08, 2014: More Ice on the Delaware River, 4:04pm
Russ Devan:

Kathleen, the term for this is called pancake ice, but, yes, they more closely resemble lily pads.

 
January 07, 2014: Greater Snow Geese, Sunset
Mary Shafer:

I think these flew over my driveway this afternoon. About 200 of them, high up and heading directly east. Getting out while the gettin's good, ahead of the coming storm?

 
January 07, 2014: Greater Snow Geese, Sunset
desfocado:

beautiful shot, the sun setting and the enormous amount of geese as well as a coupl of them flying for dynamism. congratulations.

 
January 07, 2014: Greater Snow Geese, Sunset
HF:

No snow, but the snow geese cover the earth. Impressive!

 
January 07, 2014: Greater Snow Geese, Sunset
Darren C.:

Holy cow. Nice capture.

 
January 07, 2014: Greater Snow Geese, Sunset
Jonathan Perlstein:

Beautiful composition, lighting and theme.

 
January 07, 2014: Greater Snow Geese, Sunset
Jedna Chwila:

Awesome! birds and beautiful sky... oh...

 
January 07, 2014: Greater Snow Geese, Sunset
Noreen:

They're back!!! Wonderful late day photo, love the setting sun.

 
January 07, 2014: Greater Snow Geese, Sunset
Gator:

Love it!

 
January 07, 2014: Greater Snow Geese, Sunset
Melissa:

Wow! Just wow,!

 
January 07, 2014: Greater Snow Geese, Sunset
Lorraine:

Lovely photo ! Looks like Mother Nature did not notice the tear in the quilt before shaking out and refreshing the down in it.

 
January 07, 2014: Greater Snow Geese, Sunset
david tinnon:

Nice horizontal split, Kathleen! -Different, yet equal.

 
January 07, 2014: Greater Snow Geese, Sunset
JPH:

By the hundreds snow geese descend on the field
Hoping the harvested corn will still dinner yield.
A little resting and socializing for the night,
Then it will be back to the skies with their flight.

 
December 31, 2013: Train Tracks, 4:00pm
Jedna Chwila:

Like winter like this :)

 
December 31, 2013: Train Tracks, 4:00pm
Lorraine:

Happy New Year, Kathleen! What a beautiful shot!

 
December 31, 2013: Train Tracks, 4:00pm
Kathleen:

Thank you, Earl, David, John, Darren and Tony!

Earl, the railroad tracks are about 2 miles from where I live.

 
December 31, 2013: Train Tracks, 4:00pm
Tony:

Beautiful! Happy New Year

 
December 31, 2013: Train Tracks, 4:00pm
Darren C.:

Same to you, Kathleen. Have a fantastic 2014! (Nice shot.)

 
December 31, 2013: Train Tracks, 4:00pm
John Batten:

Happy New Year Kathleen!

Your photography continues to inspire my own and I'm so glad you have resumed your posts.

All best to you,
John B

 
December 31, 2013: Train Tracks, 4:00pm
david tinnon:

Beautiful Kathleen, in every way I can think of. Enough to make Monet buy a camera.

 
December 31, 2013: Train Tracks, 4:00pm
Earl:

Kathleen-this is a wonderful picture. I'm glad you continue to post on your photoblog. Where is the railroad?

 
December 15, 2013: M & M Farm
Darren C.:

Happy New Year, Kathleen! Here's to a fantastic 2014!

 
December 15, 2013: M & M Farm
Sajjad Khani:

nice capture
good point of view

wonderful

 
December 15, 2013: M & M Farm
Darren C.:

Love these wintery images, Kathleen. Beautiful work. Happy Holidays, my friend!

 
December 15, 2013: M & M Farm
HF:

Absolutly perfect!

 
December 15, 2013: M & M Farm
david tinnon:

Artistic, as well as medicinal. Reminds me of engravings of that 'other' Durham. Thank You Kathleen.

 
December 15, 2013: M & M Farm
faisal:

diggin the layers.

 
December 15, 2013: M & M Farm
JPH:

Winter begins in December, we almost forgot.
A reminder is here in this snowy shot.
The leaves are gone and the harvest has been taken.
Boots, gloves and coats reign. Summer's attire is forsaken.

 
December 15, 2013: M & M Farm
Jonathan Perlstein:

elegant layering

 
December 15, 2013: M & M Farm
Noreen:

Perfect capture of this cold and snowy December.

 
December 15, 2013: M & M Farm
Markus:

Perfect minimal number of colors and delicate structures.

 
December 11, 2013: Tulip Poplar with Ice and Snow Coat
Noreen:

So beautiful.

 
December 11, 2013: Tulip Poplar with Ice and Snow Coat
Sajjad Khani:

wow
nice capture
beautiful lights

wonderful

 
December 11, 2013: Tulip Poplar with Ice and Snow Coat
Charles:

Hi Kathleen,

Beautiful shot. Great to see still you're around. One of the few photoblogs that survived from the "old" days :-)
And one that I admire very much. Awesome work.

 
December 11, 2013: Tulip Poplar with Ice and Snow Coat
Lorraine:

Lovely! Lovely! Those Durham trees put on a show no matter what time of year it is.

 
December 11, 2013: Tulip Poplar with Ice and Snow Coat
david tinnon:

Beautiful diagonal gradation of shape and tone. A pleasure for the eyes, an ominous chill to the feet!

 
December 11, 2013: Tulip Poplar with Ice and Snow Coat
Melissa:

Lovely!

 
December 11, 2013: Tulip Poplar with Ice and Snow Coat
JPH:

Branches contorted as they try
To reach from the earth to the sky.
Dark arms and fingers frosted with snow.
Black and white replaces autumn's colorful show.

 
November 14, 2013: Weed Bed, Moon, Fisherman
HF:

Wonderful photo!! Looks like a painting.

 
November 14, 2013: Weed Bed, Moon, Fisherman
david tinnon:

Gray mist upon the river
warm shores draped in fall
above the scene in a field of blue
an old familiar ball

standing at the water's edge
she slowly takes it in
then lifting camera, goes to work
and soon begins to grin

now the mist starts rising
as quickly comes the day
the fish will go to breakfast
as the old ball rolls away


 
November 14, 2013: Weed Bed, Moon, Fisherman
Lorraine:

So beautiful and peaceful.

In today's world it seems like a happening long ago and far away.

 
November 14, 2013: Weed Bed, Moon, Fisherman
Noreen:

So lovely

 
November 14, 2013: Weed Bed, Moon, Fisherman
JPH:

My visual senses with this picture you did anoint
As sky, land and water have the same vanishing point.
Did the fisherman when he went out on the lake,
Have any idea in this beauty he would partake?

 
November 14, 2013: Weed Bed, Moon, Fisherman
Kevin Dowie:

very nice image.

 
November 14, 2013: Weed Bed, Moon, Fisherman
A.:

Love it!

 
November 14, 2013: Weed Bed, Moon, Fisherman
Joe:

Magical!