Step into a new stage of life.
no-one can predict the weather. as fickles as a lover... we've had our share of 4-seasons-in-a-day days lately.
are they citrus trees that i see inside?I like your view... one to envy:)x Ribbon
PS... I tried to visit the link, but it is not working for me.It says that the address doesn't exist.
It still looks beautiful, whether overcast or sunny!!
Such is the Northwest!
What a fantastic place to live, lucky soul that wakes up to those views each morning.xx
What a good outlook you have...and the view ain't bad either.
love the view off the deck in that second pic...
Had the same problem Ribbon had with the link.No trouble at all with the pictures though.The last one does not seem to be from the same place, or am I mistaken? Or at least from the same perspective.The clump of short trees at the back looks like small palm trees; you have these in Oregon?
We rest in the volatility of it all, don't we. And we have to invite it in regardless of its clothing. Beautiful.xoerin
Nice windows! You're fortunate to have them in a place with so many opportunities for viewing.
I envy your view, too!
What a beautiful place where you live. It's rainy here today.
Oh Rosaria .... the view from your window is just gorgeous!!!!
To be able to look out on the water like this from your house anytime is truly a blessing. I have always wanted to live on the water but the closest I have come is here in Green Bay where one can get to some water within minutes. Lovely post.
lovely captures...weather patterns over lakes is usually quite fickled...have a good weekend.
Are those citrus bushes I see inside your home? Your environment is glorious.
what fantastic views you have.
Beautiful. I'd love to be at a lake right now... well if right now was summer. ;)
I am envious. You are so lucky. Enjoy the beauty. However it comes.
Post a Comment