Out for a beautiful stroll along the water’s edge. Serene, still waters and pleasant fall temperatures. A perfect day for a walk. The bridge lies ahead and a path behind.
©Along The Pond by SBDMB (MM)
Filed under nature-photography
Tagged as fall, MyrtleBeach, photography, SundayTrees, trees, water
So beautiful 😍..
What a beautiful day out
Hmmm if it’s not selfies it’s pictures to make me jealous that I’m a hermit 😛
And how do you know this isn’t a selfie? 😉 Haha! Do u have a beach anywhere near by?
I presumed you weren’t a tree so it couldn’t be a selfie? Or are you the bridge?
Closest beach is about an hour away, we go fishing occasionally but not often these days. We are afraid of the sun 🙂
Haha! I’m more of a bridge 😉
You let people cross you? I’m more a troll under the bridge 🙂
Ohhh, I like trolls. One of my fave books as a kid was “Billy Goats Gruff” I believe it was called. Troll, bridge and goats- great book!
Yeah we love the Billy Goats gruff here, for some reason I always end up being the troll 🙂
I just saw u said you are afraid of the sun?! I thought it was a requirement of all Aussies to be “outdoorsy” like The Crocodile Hunter?? 😉
We are hermits 🙂 It’s not really a case of being scared as much as being lazy 🙂
And I don’t wrestle crocodiles, that’s for the show ponies, I wrestle kangaroos 🙂 Down south we all have pet kangaroos in our backyard!
If you want to see what real aussies are like search for Russell Coight, he’s the kind of crocodile hunter the real aussie aspires to be 🙂
Haha! Well I’ve heard kangaroos are like deer are for us…or was it cows?! 😉 lol!
I will have to look him up. We actually get Crocs here. Mating season, and they are everywhere in the spring! We have ponds everywhere and 10 footers will come crawling out 😛
Having hit all three I’d say roos are in their own group because of the way they move, cows and deer are like solid walls 🙂 However in an enclosed cattle yard I have to say I’d rather face an angry roo that an angry bull 🙂
I’ve fed crocs from a boat but I’m happy to leave them where they are up north.
I have only hit a deer. I prefer when the cows stay in the pastures. I don’t see cows here but where I was in the north was farm country- lots of dairy farms.
One morning just after daybreak in a truck with less than 1000ks on the clock I hit 8 cows, killed 4 outright, 2 had to be put down and my pristine white truck was no longer white. The bullbar probably saved my life and stopped the truck being written off completely but the road was a mess and had the farmer not stood up and told the cops a fox had been spooking I would have been fined for reckless driving because it was a single vehicle accident.
Holy cow (pun intended)! But yikes, that’s awful.
If they were holy they might have been saved 🙂
Really just another day at the wheel. There was times where we had to stop deliveries to some stores because the damage we were doing to the trucks through wildlife strikes was worth more to fix than the shop was earning us.
Oops wrong post- my bad, haha!! That’s what I get for too many conversations at once! 😉
I would enjoy this walk with pleasure! Thank you sharing!
I’m blessed to live in a such a beautiful area. The scenery is photo ready and I just snap the picture 😉
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Transplant of New England, now Southern living by the beach. Writing, poetry, blogging, photography and art are my passions. In fact, passion is my passion. Life is good! ~Mac
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