Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Landscapes @ The Gallery




Landscapes are everywhere.




I remember very clearly the first time I took a photo of a landscape and then the excitement of seeing it developed - I had caught nature and there is was standing still for me to see over and over again.  A moment in time to remember forever.  Looking through my albums this morning, I have caught many a landscape over the years; it's been difficult to find a single favourite.  As I looked, I wondered where time has gone, the years have flown by, but at least I have moments caught on film to remind me of my trips near and far. 








nz - the land of the long white cloud - my spiritual home - 2006






Landscapes are everywhere:
Look for them today;
They are nature's gallery
To be shared.





Pop on over to Tara's The Gallery to explore our world of Landscapes.

12 comments:

Keith (kcm) said...

Excellent photography and I love these landscapes, especially the footprints on the beach. :-)

Katie said...

What crisp images! How did you get them in that layout?

ever hopeful mummy said...

katie, have just discovered a program called picasa3 which allows you to collage photos - some great effects too! thanks for stopping by

Di said...

Hi there
I really hope that you don't mind... but I pinned your photos of my beloved New Zealand to my Pinterest page. Your photos are stunning. I also use Picasa3 a LOT!

brinabird said...

Stunning photos! I spent 10 months in NZ and fell in love with it...I had to drag myself away.

ever hopeful mummy said...

Di, i don't mind - you being a kiwi through and through x
brinabird - i had to drag myself away too; have left god-daughter's and friends there and also my fairy godmummy moved to NZ and married a kiwi

Midlife Singlemum said...

The word freedom comes to mind when I look at these photos - stunning!

ever hopeful mummy said...

rachel, freedom is a good word to use. NZ oozes space and freedom and has the ability to inspire and humble me. NZ truly is my spiritual home but i'm needing to find somewhere a bit closer to home now...

MumReinvented said...

Stunning photos!

Emily (@amummytoo) said...

These are so absorbing - I'd love to know how to take ones like these.

achan said...

So serene, I'm sure I could empty all the troubles of my mind sitting there absorbing those landscapes, truly awesome. God created a spectacular world.

Looking for Blue Sky said...

I don't know how I missed this post! I could completely lose myself in some of these photographs, they are just gorgeous xx