Amy, this is an amazing photo! Your Photos are always remarkable
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Thank you, Tree! So happy to see you. 🙂
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Good to see you Amy!
Good morning, Amy,
Two simply fantastic pictures! 🙂 Thanks for sharing.
Have a great day,
Good Thursday morning, Pit! Always happy to hear your encouraging comment. 🙂
Enjoy the rest of the week.!
Two beauties – superb colour, form, and texture
Thank you so much for your compliment, Derrick! 🙂
I love the Hal Borland quote, it is a wonderful fit with your beautiful images.
The quote is inspiring. Thank you for praising these two images, Charlie!
Love the tree photo. They are both great!
Thank you, Mary! 🙂
The color, depth and texture!!
Great quote to enhance them.
Thank you for stopping by and leaving comment. 🙂
Such nice color to contrast with those trees, Amy!
Indeed, nature offers us optimism.
Please help me find words to describe the beauty of your photos my friend Amy!The tree branches write perfectly against the mauve skies and in the second photo you have amazingly broken up the canvas with the diagonal and subdiagonal lines!Superb textures as well and plenty of optimism 🙂 ❤ xxx
Oooh, Doda dear. Your comment made me so happy. The reflections of the sunligh on these tiny leaves are a pleasant surprise. 🙂
You have a great eye for beauty,dear Amy 🙂 ❤ xxx
I delete a bunch of the bad ones… 🙂
Thank you, my dear friend ❤
If you have the ability to discern the bad ones then you have a beauty soul … 🙂 xxx
Stunning images, Amy. So beautiful. I like the quote, too. 🙂
The quote says so much about the beauty of nature… Thank you, Robin!
Wonderful picture! I like it. Good evening
Such beautiful images – love, love the colours in the first one so much
Thank you so much for the compliment, Raewyn! 🙂
I like these two in themselves and in their contrasting textures. Both seem very good reasons to spend plenty of time outside.
Even a small walk, we can find beauty. I get stuck in the office during weekdays. I try to find time to walk in trail to photo trees, wildflowers, birds… during weekends.
Just beautiful Amy! Thanks for inspiring me! 😀
🙂 Thank you, Nicole!
Beautiful clicks, Amy…both of them…trees are such beauties!
Love these shots but the color of the sky works so well with the color of the leaves in the first shot!
Thank you so much, Emiio! Your comment means a lot to me. 🙂
Such a beautiful wise quote Amy and the pictures are perfect. Thanks.
Thank you so much! So glad I could share it with you. 🙂
Awesome! Trees are beautiful! 🙂
And knowing photographers, I appreciate your patience and persistence in capturing these incredible images, Amy. 🙂
I’m so flattered by your kind comment. Can’t thank you enough for your never-ending support, Jet. 🙂
The first shot is definitely more striking, but the second pulls me more…Beautiful shots Amy! 🙂
Thank you, Dr. Hb! I thought the grass growing through sands said much about persistence. So glad you like this one. 🙂
Really striking images Amy!
The first image is so gorgeous ! I love the colours !
Wow, great color Amy, I find trees so difficult. I think most need HDR exposures to show the detail of the foliage.
What a lovely day it was when you took the photo of the tree. I think it may have been breezy. The clouds look wispy peeking behind the limbs. Love how you shot this.
As for the beach… I like how you captures the sea oats to the left and the hill sloping down. Most people get behind the oats and we peak through the oats. Here you let us have a different view of the beach with it’s sand. I love it!
Thank you for your thoughtful comment, Nancy! The colorful leeaves, sunlight reflectioms, and the coluds made a wonderful com
Ooops… Sorry about it. I hit a wrong key. I meant to say it made so easy and fun to click 🙂
The light through that tree is beautiful, Amy 🙂
So glad you like it, Jo! See you Monday 🙂
Beautiful quote Amy and stunning photos. I particularly like the first one – gorgeous colour contrast : )
Ohhh!!! I DO LOVE the first pc!!! Wonderful Amy!!!
I love these! Magic ..
I love these shots. The first one especially.
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