Sunday, October 15, 2006

A Walk In Pictures



I took a nice brisk walk on this gorgeous fall day. I walked for about an hour and took pictures as I went along. Here are a few of them.

14 comments:

Lisa (oceandreamer) said...

Oh how I wish these were things I'd see on a local walk. How lucky you are to be surrounded in this way. Thank you for sharing it.
XOXO

Isabelle said...

What a nice way to post pictures of your walk! My, aren't you having a wonderful weather. It's been sunny here too! You live in a beautiful neighbourhood :)

Hulda said...

Oh, it was some lovely photos you have taken. And a nice way to show them too. Lovely!

And the picture you sew yesterday was really cute too!

judie said...

Wow great walk you took. I haven't seen those mountains in a long time. I enjoy it when bloggers show pics of where they are. It's like taking a vacation to places I may never get to see. I love your little doll. Been itching to make one but have been too too busy lately for much creating (drat!). And that blue quiltie art on the doorknob...is it a decoration, or a little tote, or something that holds sweet smelling stuff? Its beautiful. Tell more!!

deb said...

Hi Lisa, I finally had a chance today to catch up on your blog. I was behind for the last 12 posts!! Sorry for the lack of comments lately.

Thanks for the neat pictures of your walk. Looks like such a nice place to stroll.

Kai said...

It's like being an angel on your shoulder and going along for free!! What a beautiful, simple place you live in.. :)
Have a sunny day, peace, Kai

Pam Aries said...

How cool! What a neat way of posting! How does one do that? How are you? It has been so long since I've been able to catch up on everything!

Me said...

Wow - You have had a creative and fruitful weekend!! I very much like the doorknob hangy!!

And it is fun to see the pics from your walk. Walks are food for the soul...

plainandsimple said...

Hi Lisa!
Really pretty pictures...I have a thing for American mail boxes, so cool!

tinker said...

What a lovely area you live in Lisa. Thank you - I feel like I've had a peaceful little walking tour of your countryside myself, now, lol - only not quite so tiring, since I didn't have to climb all those stairs.
:)

Mrs Blythe said...

Lovely!

Lisa said...

Lisa, I do feel lucky. I have to climb a long steep hill to get to the good stuff but I always feel it's worth it. :)

Isabelle, We have been having the most beautiful fall weather. I'm glad you have sunshine!

Hulda,I'm glad you enjoyed our walk together. :)

Judie, It's frustrating when you don't have time for art, isn't it? I hope you'll get a chance to make a doll soon. The little quiltie thing is only a small quilt. I put tabs on it to run the wire through. I have yet to figure out how to hang one properly so that it hangs straight. It wants to fold. I do love the idea ,though, of making a tote like this!

Deb, you've been a wee bit busy. :)I bet those mountains look pretty familiar, huh?

Kai, yes, I feel very fortunate. Just over the hill is the busy city, although it's a small one so it's not sooo busy. :)

Pam, it's so good to see you. I'm glad your computer is finally better. yay! To make the slideshow, I used photobucket. They have bucket features and you pick one, then they give you a tag and you just copy and paste it right into where you post..on the edit html tab.

Me, indeed they are. I have a time talking myself into them but I'm always glad when I go.

Plainandsimple, that's really neat. You know, I didn't even notice the mailbox until I looked at the pictures myself. LOL I liked the way it came out though.

Tinker, lol, those stairs..whew..there's a little landing halfway up and I like to stop there and sit on the railing and think. It's always peaceful right there.

Sarah, thanks. :) I've enjoyed your walking pictures in the past.

Anonymous said...

Lovely pictures :-) How wonderful to have those kind of views!

melba said...

Walking is wonderful; great exercise for the body and mind. Beautiful pictures!