Wordless Wednesday: Uncut, Uninterrupted

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Wordless Wednesday

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  1. Such a sense of quietude. A perfect image for wordless Wednesday.

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  2. nature at its best...happy thanksgiving

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  3. Oh.. right on the edge of the water like that.. beautiful!

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  4. I like that you leaped into Wednesday. No sense waiting for Tuesday to end. :)

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  5. And unspoilt.
    Lovely capture Sandy.

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  6. What glorious peace, Sandy




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  7. Unruffled, unmolested, un.be.lievable!

    What a tree... it's like... bird condos or something. No, a whole nesting subdivision. Lots of room to spread out and not have your neighbors right up your beak...

    Breathtaking.

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  8. What a wonderful picture. I like that uncut tree. I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

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  9. Sandy: It looks like the Fall is coming to an end with just a few leaves clinging on.

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  10. I have always found trees to be like a human life. Great photo!

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  11. It looks like some leaves are sticking around late this year; the do make for a nice contrast with the the grayer background and water.

    Happy WW and Happy Thanksgiving.

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  12. I love your photo!
    I think taking portraits of trees is not always an easy task. So often there are so many things in the way. I love this one.

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  13. Beautiful shot of the beautiful tree.

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  14. It surely shows that it is FALL season :)

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  15. Bet it's a cool shady spot in summer, but looks a bit bleak and bony just now.

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  16. Sandy, this is a beautiful image. That tree is so attractive in the shade, with the red leaves.

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  17. Completely wild & free. (Though I expect that it is managed in some way or other!)
    Serene photo.
    Nuts in May

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  18. a quiet scene, life going dormant to wait out the approaching winter. works for me!

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  19. Beautiful shot!

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  20. Unspoiled is the best!

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  21. Gorgeous shot. So peaceful and welcoming.

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  22. Lovely.

    Have a Happy Thanksgiving if you celebrate and a Happy Thursday just to celebrate.Wild Turkeys

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  23. Now I can relates to this personally ... indeed, this is the place where I create. Thank you for the mirror! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  24. I just love your shot today Sandy.
    This tree streaming out so much love - Thank you for letting me see this one! :)

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  25. ...and so free!

    have a great week!
    come by my place if you have the time!
    have a great day!

    xoxo

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  26. What a beautiful tree.

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  27. that tree is so picturesque. sometimes even with one subject, i can be satisfied. like this tree.

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  28. I agree, it's nature at it's best!

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  29. What a BEAUTIFUL Fall view of this mysterious forest! I'm celebrating my 1st Blogoversary at Happily Retired Gal and sharing photos of Molly at Dog Beach at Small Reflections. Happy Thanksgiving ;-)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  30. Great fall view. Happy WW

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  31. Hope you have a wonderful holiday.

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  32. Something like the lone Cypress tree I have seen before. Happy Thanksgiving.

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  33. That's beautiful Sanday. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.

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  34. a lovely amazing shot... the colors are still vibrant!

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  35. That's actually a "quiet" and thought-provoking photo. Looks like a place a serenity.

    Happy Thanksgiving.


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  36. almost a deafening silence, in the woods!

    nice shot Sandy!

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  37. What a beauty of a tree.!

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