• Christmas packages tied up with string
  • Bronze beauty
  • Hoo hoo ho hoo
  • The color of brick
  • Early morning sunrise
  • Getting ready for saturday
  • Dinner
  • A misty walk to wendy's
  • Love, dad
  • Waiting

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06 August 2008


Oh, Steph, thanks so much. The rest of my day couldn't begin to measure up, and this day, so far, is completely laughable, but kayaking and lunching yesterday were both completely perfect. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Looks great; and wouldn't a heron look nice on a pillow?

Makes me want to go kayaking! The photo of the heron is gorgeous, but then again all your photos are :)

What a great day!

Sakes alive! What a great day! I've only been kayaking once and I LOVED it. I wonder if there's a place to rent them around here? Oh, man. I wish I lived closer to you. :)

I've gone out in row boats but never kayaks. It looks like *such* a fantastic day.

hmmmm sounds like a delightful day! A great friend you must be!


Such a magnificent Blue Heron shot!

~ Gabriela ~

Fabulous! Makes me want to get out into the water. I'm a canoe gal myself though. You'd let me paddle next to you, right?

Good to see you again! My daughter learned to kayak this summer. Hair flying, grinning from ear to ear, she soared!

It sounds fantastic!! You make me laugh - you would be so ok over here with all that water!
Never mind the skirt, how were you so brave to take your camera in the kayak??

Thank you my friend XXXX

What a lovely Birthday Excursion!
The lake is crystal clear and sky so blue! It looks and sounds like a fun and relaxing (minus the roses!) day.
She's lucky to have a great friend like you!

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