Tuesday evening, I took a walk in, on, and around our neighbor’s land. He owns over 10acres of grassy and wooded flood plain, and he is very generous with his property, letting us explore whenever the mood hits.
There is a rickety old bridge that takes you to a little island in the middle of one of the lakes. With the sun setting behind me, I was able to capture a nice shot of Mr. John’s garage, where he keeps his trusty John Deere tractor safe and sound.
I hope your Thursday keeps you and your family safe and sound.
24 thoughts on “Project 366: Day 40”
Great picture Lenore the reflection really makes it pop
Thank you, Bunny Chow. I love pictures by the water. I was excited I timed the sun perfectly for this shot. I am glad you liked it.
Cool stillness in the reflection.
Thank you, Georgette. I think this will go down as one of my favorite shots.
Why would you ever go anywhere? You have the prettiest neighborhood. I bet you have a wrap-around porch.
I rarely go anywhere. 🙂 And, I avoid Mr. John’s property in the heat of the summer, because the bugs are awful. The time right now is perfect. Now through May is the time to explore, and then again in October. We don’t have a wrap around porch. I know, we’re losers.
How good is that, a private little island. 😀
Thanks, Mags. We are so lucky Mr. John lets us explore his land. I am grateful to have access.
I’m jealous, would love to be able to walk this rustic property. Still, I have an acre to stroll so I am blessed.
Blessings – Maxi
A acre is wonderful, too, Maxi. And, I am grateful – very grateful – we have access to this property.
I’m stuck on all the green leaves and grass…and jealous.
Yes, GA is a wee bit warmer (and dryer) than AK. Our door is open, Bridge. (Unless you’re a burglar reading this comment. If that’s the case, the door is locked and protected by dogs. Big dogs. The dogs bite.)
Very, very cool, Ms. D…
reminds me of my parents home…
Really? Do you take tons of pictures while visiting your parents? I enjoy having access to such pretty place for pictures (and relaxation).
WOW! Amazing reflection and all around stunning photo.
Thank you, Stasha. I am a little proud of this photo. 🙂
Beautiful photograph Lenore. You captured the reflection beautifully.
Thank you, Arindam. I appreciate your kind words.
Nice reflection there. What a lovely place for you and for your kids to be able to explore and ramble through. It is so important to have open and unmanicured nature around us.
I am thrilled with the fact that he leaves the land to nature. And, I am thrilled he lets us explore. All around goodness!
Looks like a great place to explore. I bet the boys love it.
Hello Patti – Yes, it is a fantastic place to explore, and the boys do love it.
So peaceful Lenore…your words took me there and then the photograph. It’s just what I needed this morning. A nice deep breath.
I’m glad you liked it, Jamie. May the feeling carry you throughout the weekend. (It’s going to be chilly!)