Friday, April 23, 2010

Walking…

is one exercise that I enjoy doing so I do.  Lately, I try to remember to bring my camera along.  I don’t always see sights worthy of clicking, but you can bet if I don’t bring my camera, I will see a dozen picturesque moments I wish I could have captured.  It must be kind of like being a fisherman.  The fish that “got away” is always the BEST!

woodshed with gold days at 61 w watermark

Then at times, I see sights like this.  To most people, this scene probably seems ordinary, but not to me.

Such a tranquil, peaceful sight in a busy world while I’m walking and thinking about what I need to do when I get home. 

OH, the stories it could tell.  OH, the memories it holds. 

18 comments:

Deanna said...

Dearest Marsha,
May you have a great week-end!
These walks you have look like you see alot of beauty. Very relaxing.

I think this building is interesting. There's been so many times I wished I had my camera with me...grins. My phone doesn't have a camera in it...I might just have to get one that has one.

God bless,
d

Snappy Di said...

I always take my camera too and go in search of building such as the one in your photo. Old barns, etc. anything that is falling down or falling apart.

Great photo, Marsha!

Di
The Blue Ridge Gal

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

Hi Marsha. What a beautiful picture. I love old barns and buildings. They have such great character.
It does seem when you don't have a camera with you you miss some good shots. I carry a little cheap point & shoot one in my purse even. LOL!

Marsha (Sassy Mini Dolls) said...

Beautiful photograph! I need to remember to take mine with me when I go places. Today I went to a barn sale and although there was nothing there to buy (well, that's not try, everything I wanted to buy wasn't for sale, ROTFL) along the way there were some beautiful photographs just waiting to be taken and no camera!

Have a wonderful weekend!

xxoo
Marsha

Denise said...

Hi Marsha, this looks beautiful, looks like it was taken right out of a book. I agree, very tranquil looking, I'd love to see something like that on my morning walk instead of just street after street of houses ;-)
Thanks for stopping by my place... just returning the visit again, and wishing you a wonderful weekend.

Blessedmom's Simple Home said...

I'd love to see sights like that. We're in a housing tract, so I'd have to drive before I walked to see that kind of sight :-)
Blessings,
Marcia

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Love the photo. I try to remember my camera also, but don't always do a good job. It is amazing what you find close to home. The picture in my header was taken a short distance from where I live.
Enjoy your weekend.
Glenda

Sharon said...

What a feeling of peace in your photo. I am really drawn to it.

sissie said...

I feel the same way, everytime I forget my camera I see something wonderful.
I love the old wooden barn building and the serenity.

Enjoy your walks.

hugs
Sissie

Jolyn said...

Hello Marsha, walking is still going good for me and I sure wish I had that camera today, I saw a huge turtle today. Right now I am just happy to get to my walk and through it still breathing LOL. have a wonderful weekend.
HUGS,
Jolyn

Leann said...

Hi Marsha

I just love old barns. I know that ours used to be where town folk came to have their horses shoed.

Enjoy!
Leann

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

Very charming!
Looks like our area.
Have a nice week-end too,
Cindy

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Always Nesting said...

Beautiful photo! Very serene and welcoming.

bBchronicles said...

Ohhhhhhh walking! Love, love, love too ESPECIALLY with my camera! Lovely photo of the barn - love the wood neatly stacked outside!

THANKS SO MUCH for dropping by my blog and saying, "Hi!!!!" Have a GREAT weekend. I'll be back!

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

Beautiful photo Marsha. I try to remember my camera too.

There is an organization, in Missouri, dedicated to the preservation of old barns. We love these old buildings.

Hope your festival wasn't rained out!

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Me again! :-) I saw your comment on Pat's blog about the Main St. Festival. I had so hoped to be up there is weekend, but things happen. Hope the weather did not get too bad. The storms finally cleared out around here - had been going off and on since some time during the night (I did not look at the clock).

Dolores said...

Wow, this is a beautiful picture...actually, it looks like a painting....
I'd like to be sitting under the tree with a good book.