Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Time ...

That was then ...























This is now ...




















7 years gone by ... in the blink of an eye.

"Teach us to number our days aright, that we may gain a heart of wisdom."  Psalm 90:12

21 comments:

lisa. said...

What a beautiful transformation Rick. We have a little bridge just like that over our pond!

Marty said...

I think that you love this place now with that beautiful little bridge, butterflies on the flowers and all that green ! do you think if on ne cligne plus des yeux le temps passera moins vite ??? perhaps ...
wish you a nice jour ou nuit ou afternoon and I send you some bisous plein de raindrops !

Karin / Southern Meadows said...

Looks great! Amazing how the maturity of plants transforms a place.

Lúcia said...

Wow, it looks like another place!
What a beautiful and peaceful pond! ;-)

Bitch said...

In the blink of an eye... time is running so fast!!
I like your new blog appearance..
Beautiful, it suits your love to nature!!

Pamela Gordon said...

It's amazing what can transpire in 7 years in nature and in our own lives. This is a beautiful transformation of your pond. You must enjoy walking around it.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Beautiful. This must be a magnet for birds.

Stephanie said...

What a great transformation of the same site. I like your new look on your blog.

Cheri said...

It is truly beautiful! Great photos

Fábio Martins said...

It's more beautiful now :)

Michelle said...

Time does move along so quickly. What a beautiful transformation!

Laura Delegal - Leroy Photography said...

Wow! How wonderful to see a project turn out so wonderfully. And, yes, time does pass in the blink of an eye.

imac said...

Almost the same time that DW and I have been together Rick.

You can never take too many pictures said...

Dear Rick, Thank You for your last visit to my Blog, it took your note to make me realise how important it was to keep on posting. We had a very near loss in my family this winter and I was very concern for my husband's recovery. It took over 3 months for him to get over the effects of a case of meningitis, but still suffers from hearing loss.

But The Good Lord has blessed us with his kindness and I am so grateful to still have him with us!!!!

I just posted some new images as well as headliner shots from Algonquin this spring...Enjoy!

Sincerely, Susan

darlin said...

Rick this is a stunning transformation and tons of work was involved I can tell. I had to go back and forth between the photos a few times to try to figure out how you did this but I give... did you plant fully grown trees? I'd love to see the different stages of this development, it's night and day different and looks so good. Great shots!

Have a wonderful evening, cheers.

S. Etole said...

That is just pure loveliness!

ioan moldovan said...

Your photos are great, as usual! Congratulations!
I wish you good health and good light!
Many greetings from Romania!
Ioan

teca said...

Beautiful reflection... words of wisdom accompanied by goodly images...
Sweet beijos and love.
Have a nice weekend, honey!

Pieces of Sunshine said...

A vision brought to completion. Small steps make a big difference given time. Beautiful Rick.

Cat said...

One of my favorite verses. Amazing how the garden changes over time...the main reason I've enjoyed my blog is to go back and see how things have changed. That looks like a real nice spot to sit and ponder.

Amelia said...

Hi Rick, wow...in the blink of an eye.....amazing and very beautiful.
Your pictures is excellent, 2 thumbs up for you.

Have a nice day, regards.