Wednesday, 14 January 2009

Watery Wednesday: Wales


I am so pleased with this photo! I took it three years ago when my friend Laura invited me to go on holiday with them to Wales. She didn't have to ask twice! Our house was almost on top of a hill which meant the views where stunning. Anyway, I'm rambling! This photo I took on our first long walk. We had just visited the bird watching shelter, but unfortunely we didn't see that many birds. A swan and some coots, but we enjoyed the peace of the scenery before us. From our position we could just make out this boat so we had to go out and explore it. I hope I haven't bored you to awfully *g*
Have a lovely day, Liesel
~*~
August 6, 2006
The Brecan Beacons, Wales, Great Britain
Please do not use this photo without asking my permission first. Thank you!

13 comments:

Linnea W said...

That's a truly lovely WW image. It's so serene and the colors are wonderful. It would make a great watercolor or oil painting! Sounds like you enjoyed Wales. Enjoy WW.

Rob Ripma said...

Beautiful shot.

Carletta said...

Stunning photo! The color, the grass, the water, - picture postcard.

Mojo said...

Excellent composition! (Is that you down in the bottom right corner?)

Cloudbusting said...

gorgeous photo! I loved Wales! sounds like you had the perfect spot to enjoy the scenery :)

2sweetnsaxy said...

I can see why you love this photo. I think it's wonderful! Great job! :-)

Connie said...

I like this picture, I like the grass and the boat and the water lillies. Beautiful.

Lo said...

What a wonderful visual, filled with nice tones, light and texture blends.

Very nostalgic.

Marina said...

Lovely shot!

michael bird said...

Very nice - shall we go for a boat ride? Inviting photo along with being beautiful.

Jorgelina said...

That photo is wonderful, passes on peace and joy for my soul. Very pretty your blog.
Greetings from Argentina

Tess Yothers said...

This soooo beautiful!!! I love it! the grass, boat and water! they are just perfect! nice shot!

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Silvia said...

Beautiful pics, Isa!