Trees with the sun behind them; who could ask for more?Mary Anne in Kentucky
Thanks Mary Anne. I was so pleased when I came around the corner of the building and saw that setting sun and I actually had my camera in hand!
It's a lovely way to end the day, Reb. Thanks. :)
It is, isn't it? Thanks Hilary.
Very peaceful, Reb, and nicely framed. Cool about the UFO addition.
Thanks Leah, I laughed when I saw it.
Amazing how tricky those aliens are, making us think they are just a reflection or something. ;)Beautiful photo.
Messymimi, they are very tricky that way. Thanks :)
I see the UFO! I do, I do!
Karen, they thought they could sneak in past me...ever vigilant, am I.
Great shot, Reb. Uh oh, you could have an implant up your nose or something. A tinfoil hat should help.
Thanks Jo. I am pretty sure it is just behind my right ear - something there sure hurts. Now, do I need to wear it shiny side out, or in?
the trees look so beautiful in that light!!for some reason this makes me think of wintermaybe I'm just sick of heat
Dianne, it is probably just the dead tree in the shot. Although I know about being sick of the heat :)
Very pretty! (shiny side out. To reflect the mind-altering rays.)
Thanks Sis. That's what I thought ;)
UFO photobomb!!! LOVE IT!
lol That's what I thought!
I hope they come in peace. I have cookies.
COOKIES! I am sure they will appreciate that David ;)
Was gone so I missed this earlier, but hope your new alien overlords are the friendly sort!--Crabby
Crabby, I think they must be the invisible sort, haven't seen them since. Glad you are back.
Ah, perhaps the invisible aliens got you exercising last week? Escaping from alien invasion is a great motivator! :)
LOL That must have been what it was ;)
stopped by cause I was thinking of you :)
Thanks Dianne, I guess I should post again :)