4.26.2011

When the Sun Comes Out


wild beauty beckons to our deep perceptions
our contemplative mind
our adventurous soul
it begs to be walked into
to share it's tales
to be your companion
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59 comments:

  1. So beautiful mountain. Like the colour in the water. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Glad to see the sun has come out at last -- and what a beautiful view! Here's hoping it stays a while.

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  3. Beautiful landscape in the first shot.

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  4. You have all the blues and turquoises, and bright, clear waters :)

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  5. Warm wishes from sunny California.

    When the sun comes out, the beauty shines. What a great landscape!

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  6. Beautiful! Sometimes I'm so glad I did this blog and get to see shots like these. :-)

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  7. Magnificent Tammie!
    Last week I was in the PNW and saw absolute beauty in the Cascades, along the Wenatchee river. The sun wasn't shining though, and I can only imagine how it would have enhanced the sheer beauty...

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  8. The water is such a lovely clear blue! I guess there's still snow on the mountains!

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  9. what a beautiful corner of heaven this spot is.

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  10. Wow, that view is just plain dazzling! I just bet there is a town in Montana named Heaven.

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  11. Tammy, the first shot of the snowy mountains is gorgeous. The color of the water is that pretty glacier blue. Great photos.

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  12. Wow. Your water is so much more beautiful than ours, right now. (ha.) Thanks for your visit and nice comment.

    Seriously, your images are really nice. Beautiful colors!

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  13. Fear to admit, how much the water picture moved me. What a joy it must have been to touch its movement, cold as it probably has been, the freedom to breath the first picture ... thank you very much.
    Please have a good Wednesday.

    daily athens

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  14. So beautiful, and so cold! I can almost feel it, and I'm getting a chill thinking about it!

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  15. In the first beautifully framed by beautiful countryside, capturing its beauty. In the second a real treat tone reflected in the water, a delicacy. Greetings.

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  16. What a lovely landscape! And I can see you're still having snow in the mountains..! A wonderful river! :)

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  17. I love the deep turquoise of the water. Lovely images.

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  18. Beautiful - so interesting, also, how your water photos look so different from the ones I posted on my previous post - I think because of the kind of stones underneath. Your photos have rosy hues and mine, green and whitish. Fascinating! (well, its probably rather usual, but I'm astonished by all kinds of simple things!)

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  19. The colors in the second photo are just a wonder. The minute I saw the photo I wanted to knit something in those amazing tones... with just a bit of shimmer thrown in.

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  20. Love both photos, and the words, too, but that watery shot is oh so artistic... it's great.

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  21. Oh wow these landscape is fantastic!!

    Watery Wednesday

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  22. Wow, just glorious and so serene, I could spend hours just viewing these shots.

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  23. Awesome view and landscape! The water close up is very clear and artistic :)

    Thanks for dropping by...

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  24. What clarity of light - what magical light! A lovely place to be.

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  25. such a gorgeous shot! :)

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  26. Love those photos! Lovely coulor of the water! :)

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  27. Wonderful images Tammie.
    Water and Ice,you know what I like

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  28. Absolutely gorgeous !! You are a master to get the pictures and poems to match together !

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  29. Dear Tammie, I do feel compelled to walk into your stunning photographs! Wonderful colors and movement. I love your words too! "wild beauty . . . to share it's tales . . . " Beautiful!

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  30. beautiful and it's so nice to see snow at this time!

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  31. The color of your water is just insanely beautiful!

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  32. Such clear water. You captured everything; texture, rhythm, color, patterns. Great job, Tammie!

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  33. I look forward to the tales of the shore while the sound of moving water soothes my spirit.Wonderful images that calm me.

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  34. oh my word how beautiful

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  35. oh wow!!! this is heavenly!!!!

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  36. All I can say about your first picture is -- WOW! I would definitely love to hike in that area while the sun is shining.

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  37. You do water like nobody! A masterpiece.

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  38. Oh wow...I can almost smell the clean & fresh air!
    ANd the water in the 2nd picture is just magical...beuatiful :)
    xx

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  39. The water is inviting! Here's my Watery Wednesday, hope you can check it out. Thanks!

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  40. Very nice,I like the clarity of the water in the 2nd.

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  41. Very nice view. Love all your photos.

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  42. It's always wonderful to see snow on the mountains.

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  43. You are inspiring me to get out and find landscapes to click!

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  44. Wonderful images and colours! Your blog always inspire me

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  45. Love the colors in that water!

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  46. I just had a deep breath of that fresh clear cold mountain air as I wathc the movement in the river.....

    thank you

    xt

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  47. TL - you must live in such an amazing spot of the globe. B

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  48. Breathtaking images. I love water....it always refreshes in all it's forms.

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  49. Your work never ceases to amaze me!

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  50. Tammie ... make me dream, thanks friend.

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  51. Beauty Truly Channels its way through Everything.

    Find the groove and a beautiful viewpoint has been rediscovered.

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  52. TL - I have come back to this post because it has challenged my mind about doing a few water shots - you always seem to get such clarity and depth in your shots - as though the water is there but not. I hope to share a few shots from Groote Eylandt in the near future. Go well. B

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  53. That's what you call paradise!

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  54. Love this melting wild beauty, Tammie!

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  55. Yay..sooo mega-beautiful...

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Warm greetings to you~

Thank you for visiting and also for sharing your thoughts and feelings. Seeing through your eyes and heart mean so much to me!

Tammie