Monday, August 22

a field of flowers


my dear friends, i will make this quick. i am home from montreal, my niece and nephew are back there.
k is in boston, it is just me, les animaux and my thoughts on the hill .  my plan is to clean the house very well, to get rid of things that pile up, those things i stick in drawers, in closets because it is easier. i also want to do the same for my mind and my heart i have tucked away things that i must deal with some will be nothing at all and i can let the wind take them, others will be more trying but rewarding never the less.

on my way to montreal early saturday morning, the fog was very thick i had to slow down when i wanted to go fast, thank goodness for moments such as these for without them i would have missed the field of flowers and although the pictures are not what i had hope they would be( i will try again in a few days), the moment i took to stop and see them was.

 i think of you, and to you i give  a field of flowers.

 * i do not photoshop my images, in this case i did crop a few images, the flowers that are in the back in this case the sunflowers the fog was the heaviest.

23 comments:

Peggy Alborn said...

Oh, heavenly!

Belinda @ Wild Acre said...

I love your blog! Honest words and dreamy dreamy photos!. The flower farm stirs my heart because I have a tiny flower growing business, garden rather than farm scale, but sights like this make me want to take on more!

I hope your de-cluttering lightens your home and soul. xx

Carey Brown Strombotne said...

i can't believe those colors aren't enhanced. they are so vibrant! you have quite an eye for beautiful photos.

Ann Marie said...

what a lovely combination of flowers and fog. perfection!

country girl said...

Such a fascinating and breath-taking combination...the heavy, silent fog, and the bright, cheerful flowers. A very poignant symbol of this time of change, from late summer to fall. Beautiful!

Taylor said...

so gorgeous. nothing like a foggy morning...i like them sometimes, especially when there's a cup of tea in my hand and a nice big window nearby to look out of. these fields are so beautiful!

the wild magnolia said...

wishing you well on your cleaning journey, and emotional walk about.

i was thrilled with these photos. thrilled.

olivia said...

these are soo beautiful! i just love your blog, its like little pieces of heaven!

PK Studios said...

Oh my goodness...I don't know what you were expecting but I think they are amazing! They look more like paintings of some fantasy farm than photographs. You may feel you didn't capture the energy of the reality of the experience but you made my day : )

Juliana said...

Amazing!

Florea Mihai Ionut said...

the perfect view for this morning :X

Florea Mihai Ionut said...

thank you:D

bienfaitpourtoi said...

How i wish i could smell it...

Agnès said...

merci c'est tellement beau!

Jane Flanagan said...

Stunning! I sometimes envy you that empty house on the hill. I would love that breathing room right now. I know you work hard to craft such a beautiful existence for yourself up there. I hope the cleaning is cleansing.

Ashley Moore said...

These photos are so beautiful, they seem like they're from a whole other time. Like something out of Jane Austen. I wish you the best with the cleaning, both the house and your heart. *hugs*

Rouenna said...

What a wonderful field of flowers. I wish I could this pretty view, too. :)

OLČA said...

thanks for your photos, I want to be there too:)), your images affect my mood, thanks again, enjoy life, Olča

eilandkind/islandchild said...

Thanks for sharing. Especially the Zinnias are very poignant, seeing that my own have been destroyed this past week when Tropical storm Irene swept over our island. Beautiful photos.

Lobster and swan said...

Lovely Nadia, I liked this post and images so much, have shared your link over at L&S x

naomemandeflores said...

WOW, this is gorgeous! Looks like heaven!


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Lorelei said...

Just found your blog a couple of weeks ago. Your photos and words are beautifully taken and written. I look forward to visiting daily.

Sarahbeth said...

Your photographs inspire me and your words echo my heart.