365 Days of Photos – Day 237 9 Replies This is one of the most peaceful places on earth. Jobam Lake – Northern Ontario Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
Looks so relaxing. I have quite a few photos of clouds reflected in the water and particularly love it when I spot it at the beach in the shallows or puddles. I feel like I’ve discovered something precious. xx Ro
It is a very relaxing place.
Good to see you….I hope all is well
Currently fighting bronchitis and came very close to going to hospital today but looks like these industrial strength antibiotics are starting to work. Meanwhile, my daughter has scored at audition for the big Sydney production of the Sound of Music for the role of Mater. My daughter is 9 and the character is 7…my daughter is quite petite. Somehow need to get better to get her there. Don’t want to miss that experience.
How wonderful for your daughter!
I look forward to hearing how it goes for her.
Let those antibiotics do their job and get yourself better!!
very beautiful. I could sit and relax at a place like that all day.
I love those kind of fluffy white clouds that just seem to hang in the air. Great reflection on the water.
Could you please put me on your mailing list for these photos? I’ve been looking at them on Colleen’s e-mail, but I’m going to cancel that e-mail and I want to keep getting your daily e-mails.
You are a great photographer!
What kind of camera do you use?
PS Colleen really admired you and valued your friendship. Thanks for being her friend.
It means the world to me that you want to follow my blog.
I was honored that Colleen chose to follow my posts and comment when she could.
I have added a tab on the page “follow Conversations Around the Tree” click on it and it should allow you to give me your email information. Then you will be automatically notified every time I post.
I am sorry I wasn’t able to be at Colleen’s service. Before I left for my vacation Colleen and I had a great talk about gay marriage and her desire for there to be a gay wedding at Broadway Baptist. She was very excited that Tina and I were getting married.
Even though we weren’t married at Broadway….Tina and I were married on the day of Colleen’s funeral. There was a rainbow in the sky!! I believe that rainbow was a sign from many of our family and friends that weren’t able to be there….including Colleen!