Sunday, 25 January 2009

At Peace.

At Peace.

At Peace with oneself,
The Beauty within,
Sees the Beauty - Outside.

Another shot from Burghley House.

15 comments:

soulbrush said...

and very peaceful too. we need so many more of these images in our crazy old world these days. i am going to add you to my list of favourites so i can visit you often. hugs.

Cezar and Léia said...

Hello!
Great pictures! Loved your selection about the skies!
Regards from Brazil / Luxembourg
Léia

Poutalicious said...

Does anyone else see a reflection of a curly-haired woman in the middle of the purple glass and a collie sitting to the right of her?

I think I may be projecting a little bit.

This is beautiful, Stewart.

imac said...

Hey pouty Lips, good eye sight you have, but not quite right - Its DW and MIL (Dear Wife - Mother-in-Law)

Abraham Lincoln said...

Nice. I like the arrangement.

Poutalicious said...

I love it that you call your wife "DW" - you are a man after my own heart.

George said...

Your picture is a perfect illustration for the words. Thanks for sharing with us.

jinksy said...

Your sky pics are to die for - but your red writing is hard on the old eyeballs! So it means your pics are extra special, or I wouldn't carry on squinting!

Marka said...

Definitely eye-catching. Great photo!

RuneE said...

That is a form of framing I like a lot!

Old Wom Tigley said...

This as so much charm to it... and your words are very good..
Great postings as always my friend.

Tom

Anonymous said...

Looks like my post has been removed.Don't know why,i didn't say anything offensive.I only said that i don't know how i stumbled on this web site,and it wasn't because i was looking for you! I was going to comment on your photos,but obviously this is an exclusive site.

imac said...

Anonymous = Then why didnt you comment-instead of just leaving it at that..Also I like to know who's commenting so I can get back to that person to thank them-if needed.

Anonymous said...

Okay,great photos. Is that alright?

2sweetnsaxy said...

Great shot. And the ones of the artistic face below... fabulous! I love the different views and close-ups.