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Tuesday, March 12, 2013

One Quiet Moment

The really happy person is one who can enjoy the scenery when on a detour.
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16 comments:

Fun60 said...

It is indeed a beautiful scene.

TexWisGirl said...

well said!

Jill Harrison said...

love it - well said and a perfect image to go with it. Sometimes the detours take us to the best places and views.
have a wonderful week, and thank you for stopping by my blog today.

Betsy Adams said...

Sometimes detours are the BEST ways to go... We have gone on some beautiful back roads by using our GPS (taking the shortest routes)....

Great photo.
Hugs,
Betsy

Paula Scott said...

Quiet moments-treasures for us to hold on to and cherish! Beautiful quote and image!
And, what's with the Oregon thing? I must've missed something...

Karen said...

Lovely shot and the other posts below are really funny, have a nice day.

Indrani said...

Indeed a quiet moment.

cieldequimper said...

A beautiful moment!

magiceye said...

Indeed!!

Cezar and Léia said...

Dear Sylvia, it's a lovely sky , perfect picture!
Léia

Enrique G.A. said...

Hi Sylvia, I enjoy your heavens and the colors ...
Greetings. -

snowwhite said...

This is a moment of contentment and hope.
How serene and beautiful this photo is!!!
Sylvia, Thanks a lot for sharing.
I always love and enjoy your header.
keiko

Team G Square said...

Lovely skies .

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I LOVE the quote... Bill loves detours and he always said "getting lost is half the fun" . (I would add, as long as you're not pulling a fifth-wheel). Your picture is perfect!!

Pam ;) said...

I detour all the time n always enjoy the view until I know where I am :) love the scenery here Sylvia.
Hugs :)

Vane M. said...

Adoro sombras formadas pelo por do sol...beijos!

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