Very nice views! It is beautiful to see the Sun Rays falling on the trees, and the lambs.
What a calm and enchanting scene!
Very familiar sight indeed! :)) Nice pics! love XX
Very nice scene.........like something out of Disney!
This is lovely - and an extraordinary accidental replica of the painting "Sheep in the shade" by Samuel Palmer.Have a look on the internet to see. He's produced some fabulously moody landscapes...I think you will agree.
Abhinav RIt was already late afternoon, the sun was low in the sky and there was just enough light to capture these photos.I like the light escaping through the trees also.Thank you for your very nice comment:)
WandaHow lovely to hear from you:) It is a quiet and tranquil place, where sheep, goats ,and geese roam on the mountain side.Thank you for your visit, I will visit you very soon.
it's amazing how peaceful sheep are
EvaI'm so pleased you like them love.I couldn't resist capturing this magical moment.XX
Stuart PriceThank you Stuart:)What a nice idea!
just gorgeous! love the light and subject matter!
Ian XThank you Ian:) I have had a look at Samuel Palmers paintings and found "Sheep in the Shade", a lovely peaceful picture.You were right, I do like his work, and am delighted that my photos reminded you of this prestigious artist's painting.
AdamYes indeed,I couldn't agree with you more.
TexWisGirlThank you Theresa:)So pleased you like these peaceful scenes.
all pictures are very nice!I understand why it was so hard to choose the best one...have a great weekend!xoxo, Juliana | PJ’ Happies :) | PJ’ Ecoproject
SusanThank you Sue:) You must recognize this place!
JulianaThank you, What a nice thing to say. So pleased you liked them all.
Hello Breathtaking!You`ve made the right choice by not choosing between the three as they are all so beautiful.Such a lovely and peaceful scenery makes one envious of the lamb and sheep...Thank you for your visit and comments; a pleasure to see you there.Have a nice weekend!Vitor
Scenes like these I thought they were only in certain paintings now!Instead there are again!What a beauty! Thanks for sharing, Magnificent images!
Very beautiful! Incidentally, I've posted a picture with this title :)Have a beautiful fall further!
Feliz em conhecer seu blog linda postagem com fotos magnificas .Espero que consiga traduzir meu comentário.Estou seguindo seu blog .Um feliz Domingo mil beijos,Evanir.
Gorgeous pictures!Very nice scene!Dimi..
Wow--I would never leave--this looks like paintings by the great artists from long ago. Thanks for sharing. :)
VitorchuvashortstoriesHello Vitor!I'm so pleased you think so,and thank you so much for such a generous comment.Have a nice Sunday:)
Rita VaselliHello Rita:)Thank you so much! When I saw this scene it also reminded me of a painting. Many of the landscapes I capture with my camera,are taken with the view of painting them at a later date. Enjoy your Sunday.
ioan moldovanHello! Thank you Ioan! I can still remember your very beautiful photowith great pleasure.I promise that I didn't steal yourtitle:)Have a nice Sunday!
EvanirHello Evanir! Welcome to my blog,and thank you for your comment:)Ola Evanir! Bem vindo, e obrigado pelas suas simpaticos palavras e por seguir o meu blog.Eu terei muito gosto em passar pelo seu, logo que possa.:)
DIMIThank you Dimi! Glad you like them!Thank you for your visit:)
NavaHi Nava:)Yes indeed, This scene also reminded me of a painting.There is a painting called "Sheep in the shade" by Samuel Palmer 1805-1881, and I'm sure there are more.Have a nice Sunday!
I can imagine that you could not choose, Breathtaking. They are all three great. Beautiful pictures, composition and landscape. Well done. Greetings, Joke
oh que j'aime ces paysages ! Félicitations et bon dimanche !!
Hello Sonjia, lovely to see you back after your break :-) What a lovely, peaceful scene to have so close to home, no wonder you couldn't decide between the three photos, you made the right choice in the end ;-) I also loved the delightful photos of the little Wood Mouse on the previous post which I have just caught up with, the first photo with the pink flowers was particularly pretty. I have a small seed container deep within a hedge in my garden which was intended for tiny birds like Wrens, Dunnocks etc. but I was late filling it one evening and had to use a torch and spotted a sweet little mouse (either Wood or Yellow-necked) sat in it eating the seed :-)So sorry to read on your comment to me that you have suffered with the flu recently and that your dog has been unwell also. I do hope you are both feeling much better now. I adore dogs and know how very worrying it is when they are poorly!
Jokes CameraHello Joke:)Thank you!I appreciate that you like all three photos, andthankyou for taking time to visit.Enjoy your Sunday:)
IsaMerci Isa! Je suis tellement heureux de vou comme mes photos.Bom Dimanche.
These are, again, breathtaking images!Have a great Sunday
Dobrze zrobiłaś, że dałaś trzy, bo są wspaniałe z tym pięknym widokiem. Pozdrawiam.Well done, you gave three, because they are great with this beautiful view. Yours.
This is Lord of the Rings magical! Wow!
Great photography.I Will visit again.
Hello Jan:)Thank you for your lovely comment and your good wishes.I am feeling much better, and my little Teckle Mel, is well again,...thankyou for your concern. Your unexspected encounter with the mouse, made me smile.These are precious moments indeed:)
SweetHello SweetFirst of all I would like to say that I'm so sorry that I have been neglecting your blog by notvisitingbut will do so very soon.Thank you for your lovely comment:)
GigaThank you Giga:) So pleased you like all three!
RohrerbotIf we look for magic, it appears!!So glad you see it to:)Thank you for passing by.
Chesterbrook Academy ElementaryHello, and welcome to my blog.I have just been over to yours, and seen the children at work in your class showing great results.I will visit you again.:)
Breathtaking---thanks so much for the comment you left today on my blog---I had to go back and read it again--I need it too. Always encouraging to hear from someone--and I know how busy we all are right now. I never reply on the blog--because I doubt if anyone would ever see it. Thanks--Nava PS I still love these photos of the sheep. Those need to be blown up and framed.
Querisda Sonjia :) Has hecho bien en poner las tres fotos, yo tampoco hubiese sabido por cual decidirme. ¡Son todas tan hermosas! Parece un paisaje de ensueño. Mi enhorabuena.Un abrazo. Sonia.
Already happens to me not knowing which images to put. You did well to publish the three that are excellent. kisses
NavaIt was good of you to come back!!Thank you for your time, and yourappreciation.
Sonia AguiarDear Sonia:)Thank you so much!I stopped in my tracks when I saw this scene,for although I had seen it many times before, the light made it look somewhat different. I am so pleased that you think it has a dream like quality.See you soon:)
Brown EyesHello Brown Eyes:) Thank you,so pleased you like all three.Although of late I have been posting three or four photos, I usually know which one I like best, but not this time!So I guess when in doubt post them all! Kisses.
Stunnig pictures.. Just beautiful!!!.. Cheers
Anna Minguez CorellaThank you Ana:)
Hi Breathtaking, these pictures are beautiful - so peaceful and calming. They are all quite similiar but I prefer the second. There is an interesting foreground (rocks) and good layers of texture of light and shade. The second would be perfect if more of the rocks are shown. I like the drooping branches lighted by the sunlight in the second picture.
StilettoHi!I have taken another look at the second photo, and believe you're right.It does appear to marginally have more definition, "light and shade" than the other two,and it would have been a better composition if more of the rockswere showing.Thank you Stiletto:-)
Such peaceful scenes; so beautiful.
wonderful scenes, come spring I will have similar sights.
S EtoleAlthough this peaceful scene is just outside our gate, it's one I never take for granted.I'm so pleased you like it also.
Martha ZWe are fortunate to look at such peaceful scenery.Have a nice weekend:)
Great set! These are really art.
DenoThank you Deno!Any landscapes I post are potentionally subjects to paint.So pleased you like them:)
Bucolic setting, indeed!Cheers,Aliceaka Bay Area Tendrils
Hello Alice:)How nice to see you here, thank you so much for your visit.Enjoy your Sunday!
Oh, I wish I had such a bucolic setting right outside my gate Breathtaking! Only, I do not even have a gate. How lovely!! Inspiring setting and beautiful photographs. I think all three are perfect as they show the movement and makes one feel more a part of the landscape.
CarolThank you so much, you're very kind:) We live on a mountain side but it is a farming comunity. We also have a small holding of cattle,and other farm animals on the property, but they are a long distance from where we actually built our house. I did most of the landscaping myself,and enjoyed every minute of it, but do less and less these days.I do so love the countryside, and scenes like these are a daily occurrence, so pleased you like them.
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