Saturday, June 20, 2009

Serenity Falls Remembered



I need a cool image to get through the hot weather we've been having. The picture above was made last March when my Beautiful Bride and I spent a couple of days at Serenity Falls in the Great Smoky Mountains.

12 comments:

Michele said...

Now that's an awesome photo... a refreshing and invigorating backdrop that only enhances the endearment you both have for each other!

Hilda said...

I'm not sure why but your photo is making me cry. I think the beauty of the cascade is nothing compared to the beauty of your smiles and love. Hugs to you and Betsy.

Shellmo said...

Looks like those falls are going to come down and wash over you two! LOL! I sure love all these waterfalls!

2sweetnsaxy said...

Such a great shot and such a cute couple! :-) Your background is wonderful and looks romantic. Or maybe it's just the two of you that make it look that way. ;-)

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Lovely shot of two lovely people.
BLessings,Ruth

Tammie Lee said...

I love how happy you two are together!
Wishing you a cool breeze!

Busy Bee Suz said...

This is a beautiful picture of two of my favorite people!!! Looks nice an cool there....
It is so hot here today, my windows are all fogged up and it feels like a sauna outside.

happyone said...

Perfect back drop for the happy couple! :-)

Janie said...

That is a cool photo - in more ways than one! You guys are a cute couple. Hope you have a fun anniversary trip.

GrandmaKathleen said...

This is a spectacular setting for such a loving happy couple. You both look so happy and at peace. You find the most breath-taking waterfalls. I love them all but this one is so lovely as you two are. Happy Anniversary today the 23rd of June. Enjoy your trip and find some more amazing waterfalls.
BTW, John and I will be celebrating our 40th this Sunday, June 28th

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Hope the temperatures are getting cooler...but I doubt it. ;-) It sure is getting warmer here.

Carrizo said...

Awesome photo. I think that I can perceive the feeling of the moment when photo was taken.