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Tuesday, September 11, 2012

quiet reflections









A Sunday afternoon walk in the park took
my sister and I around the Beaver Pond Trail.

















Of course, there is a beaver lodge in the pond.









We even found a bit of fall colour.



It is a beautiful and peaceful place.
A place of quiet reflection.

We met a few other walkers too.
But, no beavers.


Today, my sister returns home.  I will be
thinking of her and missing her company of
these past three weeks.

I will be quietly reflecting our time together
 in the days ahead.


Thinking of those who lost loved ones on this
date and wishing you God's peace.



Blessings,

Pamela

14 comments:

  1. gorgeous views. back from a camping adventure & now getting back to commenting as well. hope are you well. big hugs. (:

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  2. A lovely walk with you and your sister. we have just got back from the Cairngorm Mountains in Scotland. Such great scenery whatever the scale!

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    Sweet reflections and a tender thought for today.

    Now do call a friend and have a little chat over a cup of tea. You are so going to miss your sister. I know that I miss mine.

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  4. What a lovely, peaceful place for a walk. Beautiful photos! My favorites are the 3rd and the last!

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  5. Lovely.

    Thinking of all our American friends today.

    x

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  6. Those are gorgeous reflections! Beaver ponds are cool because the water is usually very still. Great shots!

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  7. Beautiful photos! I love the way beaver ponds thrive around the beaver's destruction. They change the landscape and make it interesting.

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  8. No nice that you had that time with your sister.It looked like a peaceful place for a walk.

    Carolyn

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  9. Glad you had such a good visit with your sister - you really got around the province! And it looks like you had the same rain we had. what a day! sheets of rain - I think we got 100mm. Broke all records. Thankfully the rest of the week will be sunny - we need the time to dry out!

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  10. Absolutely beautiful. I needed to take some time to reflect today, and since I don't have anything like this near me, it was much appreciated! Thank you. :)

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  11. Hi Pamela, Thanks for popping in and joining our giveaway. These photos are so atmospheric with the skeletal trees piercing the pond like javelins, they could almost be a Chihuly installation. Heres wishing you a wonderful week. Paul

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  12. Wonderful photos, dear Pamela. When Marissa was with us, we saw several beaver ponds, but not one beaver. She was very disappointed. I hope you're enjoying your day.
    Hugs, Cindy

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  13. Beautiful photos, and very poignant thoughts...

    Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams

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