Like a fun little fairytale land! Beautiful. :)Hope all is well.xoxo,Bonnie
wow lovely photos!!!page
Erin, these are beautiful and so delicate!Wishing you a wonderful week,LuLu♥
So lovely !!
Hi! Stopping by from Koralee's to see your paintings and photos... The one you did about the oil spill is very moving. I pray for Earth's recovery ~ for the ingenuity and God given talents of people to lead the way through this~ Thank you for sharing your talent!~Maria
I love the way you see the world.
Hi Erin, I'm popping by from Koralee's place to see your sad waterbaby post. It makes me very sad too. I am from Mississippi, grew up in TX and LA. Weekends used to be spent driving to the Gulf Coast for fun in the sun. It is just awful what is happening right now. I see pollution on this side of the world (I'm in the Middle East now) and although it boggles my mind, I realize they are years behind in progress. The US has no excuse for what is happening except that folks get greedy and I find that very sad indeed! Your artwork and photographs are beautiful. Hope that you are having a terrific week. Many blessings, Tammy
BEAUTIFUL picutures..very romantic..sensitive..b.rgds :))
wow! didn't know about this plant! what's the botanical name for it?! LOVE your photos!you look perfect for each other on previous post! what a gorgeous couple!happy day Erin!Rosa
Oh, they really look romantic!!!Running? Haha, well, I ....forgot about it??I started bycycle instead =).Have a wonderful day, sweetie!Hugs/Luiza
I love them too, but you manage show them to us in a whole new light. :) Beautiful!
Yes like Zuzu said you make them look even better then they are. Gorgeous.....and one of my favorites too. Hope your not working too hard.xoCarole
Dear Erin..these photos are simply stunning... such a clever girl you are!!!You know your last post.. your photo.. looks eerily like me!!! not kidding... spooky!!!... so is that my husband???? hahaha....thanks for you lovely comments and always thinking of me!! xxx Julie
A gorgeous delicate fairyland! So beautiful. They look like paintings ... dreamy!!!
Hi Erin,Thanks so much for the good booga. :) I think it helped me me out and lit a fire under my rear to update the ole' cupcake. :) Hope your week is treating you right. xoxo,Bonnie
Oh they are so lovely...I never knew what these plants were called. I have seen them before and have admired them. Their colour makes me so happy...your photos are amazing. Hugs my sweet friend. xoxo
Love the ethereal lens--they really draw me into the photo. Paula
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