Sometimes the view of a landscape can reflect perfectly your own mood. In this case the mood is one of slight melancholy, maybe even your thinking is a little unclear as you try to work out things in your life. As you contemplate, gradually you see things come clearer and the fog begins to lift. At last! A decision is made and you can move forward to a goal.

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32 Responses

  1. Thanks so much +Ann Kennedy – and it's interesting that you say that about Martha's farm. It was one of the images that I had thought to post on the story but rejected for various reasons. I have taken quite a bit of time to get Martha's story ready so it certainly was on my mind when I wrote that.

  2. Thank you so much +Christina Lihani!

    +Moody Monday +Alen Ianni thank you very much. I'm glad you like it.

    It probably was, +Linda Jess but there was no snow on the ground when it was taken.

    Thanks so much +Jacob Dix

    I love that comment +Ursula Klepper – I guess we all find ourselves in that place of uncertainty at times. Thanks a lot.

    Thanks very much +Shelly Gunderson

    Thank you +Margaret Tompkins and the +Landscape Photography team for that lovely comment and the kind reshare. I always appreciate the share on your page.

    I guess it is pretty much universal, +Dylan Johnson – thanks very much.

    Thank you +Allan Cabrera – I appreciate that a lot.

    +Photo Mania Canada and +Giselle Savoie and +Mark HELM thanks so much for that and for the reshare! Have a great day. 😀

    Thank you +Betty Manousos for that lovely comment.

  3. This landscape is captivating…so simple, yet I find I just want to settle in and look at it. I wonder if that one shape is a building…if someone lives there…or works there. What it would be like to live in this kind of landscape. Obviously…I love this Ellie. So well seen and done.

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