Friday, February 4, 2011

An Early Morning Scene



(This picture can be enlarged by clicking on it.)

In an attempt to feel warmer on these cold winter days, I'm posting this picture from early summer. This picture was taken on the fourteenth hole of the Druid Hills golf course here in the Glade. The morning sun is coming up on the left, although you can still see fog in the valley beyond the trees.

31 comments:

Mildred said...

Oh how very tranquil, George. We are having cold rain this a.m. and it's good to think of warmer weather!

Dejemonos sorprender said...

Beautiful moment that.. the beginning of a new day.. maybe a great day :)
Greetings..

Elettra said...

Landscape that enchants, almost magical!!!!!!!!

Sandra said...

i know you are ready for spring after all the cold, photos can take us back in time. we have fog over everything here.

Pam said...

It dose give one a warm fuzzy feeling to gaze out over the mountains, George.

I also stopped by to smell your beautiful rose below.. Thanks George, Its glorious!

Small City Scenes said...

Very serene shot. MB

Fred Alton said...

What a great shot, George! I love early morning time the best of all and this just makes me want to be out there on the fairway. ☺

Kim, USA said...

Such a soft and peaceful scene. Thanks for the visit and happy weekend!
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Busy Bee Suz said...

What a beautiful scene.
Sending you some sunshine!

Maria said...

the image is beautiful! really wonderful scene! lovely greetings from a golf beginner :-)

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KathyA said...

That image is helping place myself in a warm, humid setting. Yes, even a little humidity would be a welcome change. :)

Brit Gal Sarah said...

Photo's like this are a good thing this week George lol!

Pat - Arkansas said...

That's a beautiful scene. Fog in the valleys is wonderful -- from a distance.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

looks like it will be a beautiful day.Now if only that time were here soon.We have mild temps today,but with it come icy roads.
Ruth

Ginny said...

I can hear the Druids chanting now.

Lynda said...

I am staying inside and not caring about the weather!!!! Plus I am just thankful we did NOT get frozen precipitation today!

Sey said...

This is a lovely scene to go out and have fun in the morning sun.

Leovi said...

The passage is gorgeous george, should give you practice golf on sites like this! you enjoyed!

LV said...

Today, I need more than scene to feel warmer. We are under so much ice and snow. Six inches of snow. I am sure you are used to it, but we are not here.

Happyone :-) said...

Thanks! I needed to see that!

rainfield61 said...

My morning over here is so bright and warm.

I would like to share it with you.

Carletta said...

Our forty degree day seemed like a heat wave! :)
This is a beautiful landscape George.

Lrong said...

Just got our wood stove installed... so, perhaps we would like to have 'a little of winter' to enjoy the stove before the coming of summer...

Kirigalpoththa said...

Fantastic scenery!

EG Wow said...

The idea of spring fog sounds so inviting! :)

Kay said...

Hi George,
About your comment about our river having water in it, well actually it is bone dry again. I shot that photo right after some heavy rains.

Kay

SandyCarlson said...

That warms my day very nicely!

imac said...

Very neat George, nice one.

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Ryan said...

This beautiful photo reminds me of the golf course on the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond, it's uncanny.

Tammie Lee said...

it is meaningful to look at summer in the midst of winter, thank you.