Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
Beautiful photo and words, Jo.... That is a cute little waterfall... Sometimes the little ones are prettier than the big ones.Hugs,Betsy
Hello Jo, Such a beautiful photo! This reminds me of the forests of British Columbia with little brooks running through the tree's. Thank you for sharing this! Best Wishes. Maura
It's so beautiful here. So glad I stumbled upon your blog. Happy Spring to you!
I love this time of year when everything is turning so lush and green. Nice poem to convey the message.
The greening is almost irridescent right now.
Happy Spring!! I'm noticing more and more little leaves appearing and it's so exciting!!
Oh how I want to go there. A beautifully peaceful and tranquil scene. Lovely quote too.
Hello Jo, Today we had to make a delivery to Gatlinburg and took the scenic route home, through the Smokey Mt National Park. As you surely know, a lovely wide creek flows all along that stretch of road through the forest and the wood. Things haven't quite greened up yet, but I know as summer nears, one hundred shades of green will fill that foresty corridor, just like that in the beauty of your photograph!
We love the green-glow of sunlight through the leaves and call it Magic Time!What a lovely scene in your picture and beautiful words...Ta!
I think your quote today may have given me the answer to my question on my blog today. beautiful photo and the words too
Thanks for sharing such a beautiful scene with us.
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