The drizzle merged with the mists and the low hanging clouds and clung to everything around. The moss where the large Egret stalked was now a painting, perhaps Japanese in style. Pale cornflower blue hues met warm tans as the fine reeds framed the view.
Over at Hawes Water the distant pine trees loomed across the lake, ethereal and ancient, holding the old landscape, root and branch. Not much stirred, but what calls did echo across the waters evoked mystery and wonder as unseen beings floated their more than human messages through these timeless mists.
A woodpecker pinned the trees to the backdrop, nailing the emotion of the morning.
beautiful – thank you Jason
Thank you Barbara, I’m glad you enjoyed it.
Beautiful and tranquil, Jason. I particularly like the last two shots with the pine trees in the faded distance. I’m pleased you’re settling well in your new home. 🤗🌿💫
Thank you Julie, it’s beginning to feel more like home every day.
It looks so beautiful and peaceful I am glad you are settled in your new home
It’s such a beautiful place Gary. I look forward to sharing more through film and video.
Feels like you have your spark back and such a difficult time. A new home to heal and nurture your gift to the world.
I think I’m getting there Anne, two steps forward and then the occasional slide back, but overall I’m doing ok. Thank you for your kind words.
Wonderful pictures, Jason … and beautiful words also capture the mystery and magic of this place – thank you
Thank you Alison, I appreciate your thoughts here.
Beautiful, beautiful photos
Thank you Diane, this is kind of you.