Musings of a pagan elder from the beautiful gardens of Wytchwood, located in Newfoundland, Canada
How absolutely beautiful! You're so lucky to live in such a wonderful part of the world. Do you need a lodger?!
lol lily, it is a beautiful place.
Great pictures, Crow. Looks like it is a joy to do shopping? We often forget to stop and take stock of our surroundings,
Yoke, you're right. We often get so use to seeing what's around us that we don't see it with new eyes.
Oc - lovely pictures as usual. How wonderful to have such scenery right on your doorstep! I'd actually enjoy going shopping with such places lining my route.I'd also love to be a lodger :)
lol, I expect I'll be full up with lodgers.
..then you wont mind if another lodger (ME) squeeze in as well? I'll repeat my offer to help cleaning up the beach AND I'll paint your kitchen ceiling AND I'll do the cooking AND ...The landscape is absolutly adorable and so fantastic captured in your pictures. You are really blessed to life at such a beautiful place.
ooooh Carin, I can't pass up this deal, start packing your bags, lol.
Those are lovely photos. I drove along the river yesterday and tried to get some shots with autumn color.Marnie
We're most glad you took your camera along this trip! Wonderful shots of wonderful scenery. You DO live in a beautiful spot.
How very beautiful and nourishing. Thank you so much for taking the time to take them and share them !I've had a terrible time with the internet today and was feeling grumpy until I saw Ms Toad. She never fails to make me smile.
you see OC people like to see it!!
Beautiful pictures OC. Do you have a granny annexe, or a caravan, or even an old shed? I'm not fussy! lol Thankyou for sharing them with us.. Tattyanne X
As my Nan used to say " Cor blimey, no one can say we aint seen no scenery!" xxx
That is your route to the shops? Then I am truly jealous. What a beautiful place to live, though I'm not too sure about the bears...
Toffeeapple, I don't want you to think that there are bears around here all the time. It's just a couple of times a year that we sometimes have a bit of a problem with one or two coming around, usually in October/November when they are trying to fatten up for hibernation and in the spring when they come out of hibernation. Not that they cause a great problem, it's just that you have to keep an eye out for them so as not to startle one or get between momma and cubs. Common sense must prevail, lol.
hi.if i didn't know where your from, i would say the pictures was taken in the west cost of Norway.Just the same autumn colors as her, beautiful pictures you've taken.
Hello*!*... thank you for looking in on me and leading the way back to you and your birds and insects - I think we both have been bitten by the same bug and now have cameras firmly fixed to our faces lol ... I know I'm going to become a regular visitor here*!*
OH, what a tonic i have been looking at four walls for weeks now. Very nice, my favourite is the last one.
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