The thing I love about this little place is that it’s accessible – if you have a half hour to kill, you can always find something new.
This entry was posted on Thursday, May 31st, 2012 at 2:42 pm. It is filed under Awareness, Flowers, Landscape, Nature, Northeastern Pennsylvania, Photography, Places, Seeing, Woods and tagged with country, Flowers, Light, Nature, Photography, reflections, Seeing, spring, woods.
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There’s no pond like your pond—thanks for sharing it!
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The short, brilliant life of a tulip
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