Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Bench and Spanish Springs bridge


bfarr said...

Very nice and relaxing setting.

lewi14 said...

Wonderful shot. It looks like a wonderful place for a rest.

cieldequimper said...

I can see this one on another blog I know. Wow, the water is really high, but what a lovely, lovely place!

joo said...

I could sit there and enjoy the peaceful evening!Blissful:)
Have a nice day!

Gunn said...

Very romantic..... and very pretty!

Hilda said...

Looks like a lovely spot to while away a lazy afternoon.

Clueless in Boston said...

Very idyllic scene. A great bench to sit on and enjoy the evening.

Irina said...

Any tourist agent can die for this image.

Rose said...

I would have swore I commented on this before...I love the loooonnnng light reflections. I would imagine that would be a pleasant place to sit and take in a sunset/sunrise.

Tricia said...

I 2nd Hilda's comment, but would like to add that I really like the lights reflecting in the water!

VP said...

One of your nicest bench, Jacob!

Glennis said...

Lovely, the shine on the water is so pretty and the bridge reflections.

Cezar and Léia said...

"Silent Twilight...
There is a place in this amazing world
Where we can dream
A silence so deep
A bench for sharing .

Hearing the wind whispering
There is this twilight
A smile , almost a song
One idea , something new
Dazzling beauty of creation.

There's so much peace inside
It's a corner of magic
That slowly swings the wind
That fills us with joy
There is always a sunrise
That is reborn every day
A new feeling to learn
which emerges from silence...the poetry!

Thanks for this wonderful picture, it's a great inspiration! :)

Small City Scenes said...

What a nice place to sit and ponder. MB

Cezar and Léia said...

Hi dear Jacob,
Glad to know you liked my simple poem,for sure you know that I wrote it, mainly because my awful English,ops! I write with my heart but I would like to know how to write correctely in this beautiful English language.I'm confusing with French and English, I must confess.
Thanks a lot, you are a gentleman!

Small City Scenes said...

You may wander
and wonder.
Remember this old saw:
You're a poet
and don't know it
but your feet show it

they're Longfellows.
2 yuks? Maybe?


Although Cezar's poem is very nice.