Thursday, May 23, 2013

Roaring Spring

15 comments:

BaysideLife said...

Your pictures are always so crisp. I love your landscapes. It's been great "traveling" with you.

anaconstela said...

Maravilloso tu mundo fotográfico.
Es verdaderamente fantástica la travesía por todas y cada una de ellas.- Felicitaciones!
Un cordial saludo.

House of Hullabaloo said...

Just beautiful!

Fairy Footprints said...

What a great picture. It look great, I wanna just grab a boat and set sail.

Blessings,
Heidi

Stephen Baird said...

BaysideLife,
I am just so glad you and all the rest of the worlds greatest bloggies are here! Sometimes I need a few slower days. I just came off a month of shooting 25,000+ photos and can't find a thing I like. Somedays I feel blind but still am glad you look in on us.
NikonSniper Steve

Chriss said...

I love this shot. It says so much. Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful week.

Alan Burnett said...

Great shot. The variety of colours amongst those pebbles in the centre of the river really does draw the eye.

The Photophile said...

Your photos are an inspiration! Thank you so much for sharing them with us.

Valerie said...

All the latest pictures are awesome, Stephen. I'm glad I didn't miss them.

Ben Oliveira said...

Beautiful Place and Picture.

Gramma Ann said...

I agree with A. Burnett...The pebbles are lovely and are what drew my eye as well.

Kiki said...

Super Gorgeous!Love that scene! You have captured the awe and beauty of nature yet again..I enjoy your blog..you have so many beautiful photos! Keep creating! They are wonderful and powerful.

Heckety said...

Bet that water is blinking cold!...and possibly wet too?

Roger Howell said...

We can see why Merriwether Lewis named one river in Montana
"The Milk"

Subba Shan said...

your pics are so lovely...