Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Leaves & Saddle Rd, Pt. 2

These two photos were taken in February & March of 2009 as in the previous post..
Same area..this year (no sepia) doesn't this guy blend in with his surroundings? We saw goats and lots of Turkey's on the side of the road looking for food.
Can you guess where I might of taken the flowers..and what that is on the second one in front?

"Blessed is the man...
who's delight is in the law of the Lord-
and on his law he meditates day and night.
He is like a tree planted by streams of water,
which yields its fruit in season
and whose leaf does not wither.
Whatever he does prospers".
Ps 1:1-3


Sandra said...

the flowers are on your dash board and that is your steering wheel? I think that is where they are. they are beautiful, were you driving????
i enlarged so i could see the turkeys, what a beautiful place they have to live.

rainfield61 said...

Whatever he does prospers.

Whatever he sees is heaven.

Sandra said...

the new post will not let me comment. check your settings. the photo is goregous, glad you are back up and running. i will try again later

Ginny said...

What missing blog???? (lol) I LOVE your poem!! "Their song can't hold the morning long" ,wonderful, you need to keep inspiring us with this stuff!! That one line is so meaningful and deep on so many levels. As to the flowers, well I'm glad that coiled thingy does not look like a snake, maybe a hose of some kind? I've been trying to get pics of turkeys of the buzzard kind, perhaps I need to throw a raw steak in my driveway????

The Muse said...

Those were really great pictures. The turkeys seem to be at peace and the surroundings really have the sense of tranquility. The scenery is really inspiring.

May Your Day Be Lovely,
The Muse

The Write Girl said...

Lovely photos here...I love your last post but I was having a problem commenting. The poetic flow is quite lovely. Hope you have a nice day Regina.

Kilauea Poetry said...

Thanks everyone for your patience!
Sandra - Ginny, that's my hair rubber band (grin)- no I wasn't driving (lol) but your right, it's on the dash.
Ginny, you know that might work- hey thank you!!
Muse - nice you stopped by~ glad you enjoyed them!
Katina..thanks- you too!

Amin said...

Wonderful post!

Let's be perfectly clear- the war on free speech is spiritual!