Friday, July 24, 2009

One Tree Hill




34 comments:

nonizamboni said...

There's so much beauty in this photo, not the least of which is that lone pine. And I love getting another glimpse of the New England stone wall.
Nicely done!

MaineBirder said...

Beautiful photo Sharon! looks like a great place to read a book.

erin said...

a lovely capture sharon.
have a wonderful weekend.

The Blue Ridge Gal said...

I think that lone tree needs a friend. Look at that sky!!!

Di
The Blue Ridge Gal

A New England Life said...

What you can't see is that the field extends down over the hill. How I wish I could stand there on a perfect day and see forever!

Di, if the tree had a friend it wouldn't be so special ; )

Kerri said...

Gorgeous!!

Hilda said...

I love how you composed your photo of this beautiful place! And I like your title too ;)

Happy SWF!

Jenn Jilks said...

That is so simple and striking!
Visit My Muskoka - it tells *my* story. tend to go on... :-)

Carolynn said...

That stately tree looks like a sentinel waiting the arrival of someone or something important to arrive over the rise.

dAwN said...

Beautiful Sharon! Wheres the rain? tee hee!

Laura said...

That sky seems to go on forever!

Donna Marie said...

Wow.... I am speechless! How beautiful and clear!

xoxoxoxoxo
Donna Marie

jabblog said...

Beautifully framed - an invitation to stand and stare.

Cindy said...

Wow! Beautiful view. Gorgeous sky and the grass is so green.

Becky said...

What a beautiful sky!

studio lolo said...

Such a serene, beautiful shot. Typical N.E.!

We just moved back to Rhode Island after 16 years in California.
There's no place like home.

I love all of your rescued furry pals ;)

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Marfa (formula for a life) said...

You made me lol when I saw the photo after reading the Title. Very creative. One Tree Hill...hehehe..funny ;-D

hip chick said...

Great picture. I like your photo better than the TV show which I have never even seen.

dog trot farm said...

As I look at your lovely photo, I seem to find myself waiting for a flock of turkeys to wonder out, a deer to cross the field, or a chipmunk to scamper across the stone wall.

A New England Life said...

I'm glad so many of you enjoyed this photo. In my mind I picture a couple adirondack chairs off to the right, or maybe two women in victorian dresses with umbrellas.

And no rain on this day! Thank goodness!

I've never seen the show One Tree Hill before but as I looked at this image it was the only thing that came to mind. It seems to work.

Sharon

Barb said...

This is s beautiful place. Could enjoy sitting back in a chair reading a good book here.
I really enjoy your blog and all the great pictures you always have.
Barb

Country Girl said...

Oh. My. God.

I want to crawl inside this painting and live in it. So beautifully captured.

It's what I call "a sterling day".

Nancy Medina said...

Beautiful Sharon.

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Beautiful photo.
Glenda

Cindy said...

Beautiful shot, Sharon! I can imagine adirondack chairs sitting on this hill also.

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Me again! :)
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Glenda

Patti Cakes said...

Beautiful!!!

Elizabeth said...

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J Bar said...

Stunning.
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Hilary said...

Got over here from Chronicles of a County Girl...
Love your blog, and love your pictures.
The RTH is awesome.

The Retired One said...

I wonder how old that pine is and all that it has seen?

Mary said...

Oh so beautiful! Isn't it nice to see some blue sky, after so many rainy days this spring/summer? ;)

Donna said...

What a perfect photograph! You have such a good eye.