Monday, November 10, 2008

Sunday Afternoon Ride through Pleasantville & Bedford.


A walkway In Pleasantville[1864]

Walkway in Pleasantville, with the last remnants of autumn.

Old Oak Tree in Bedford [1845]

An Old Oak Tree in Bedford

Waterfall in Bedford [1840]

11 comments:

Lainey Laine said...

Awwww Marie - I love trees - these pics are absolutely brilliant. Laine xxx I would love the second one blown up and put in my lounge!
http://lainey-lainesworld.blogspot.com/

gina said...

all are great, of course, but i'm partial to that first one...i would love to walk ddown that beautiful path into the woods.

Nancy said...

Marie!
These are some of my favorite photos I've seen of yours. So perfect. Seriously...

Hugs,
Nancy

Dawn Allynn said...

Thanks for stopping by Marie, and for the kind comments! Lucky me to have found your blog in return! What lovely work you do ... your love for photography is evident in every image!

Gaboatman said...

Marie
It is always refreshing to visit this site and see such beautiful photography. This entry did not disappoint!
Sam

Martha said...

Wow!! These are beautiful Marie!!

Lori said...

These are beautiful! I'm so glad we had a nice fall with lots of color this year.

Elisabeth said...

I love sepia...excellent shot.

B.

Lippy said...

I absolutely don't know how you do it. Each photo is a work of art. It's good we don't all know how to do it, keeps it special when we find it.

Nice to see ya, Marie, as always

sunflowerkat321 said...

Darn it Marie....I didn't realize how long it's been since I've been by here. What incredible photos in this group. I am especially drawn to the tree in sepia. WOW!

mtrib2 said...

I think the harmonious monotone of the olive/gold leaves are wonderfull. Shooting directly into the sun must have been difficult (polaroid filter?). The B/W of the oak tree has fine detail and background/foreground. The waterway/fall is beautifull. mark