REFLECTING — THE YEAR THAT WAS

REFLECTIONS

A lot of us have a lot of things upon which we can reflect. Many of them are at the very least, unpleasant and many verge on Perfectly Awful and Deeply Depressing. I thought it was time to skip morbid and just run with beautiful, so this is a collection by Garry and I of our favorite reflections for this year.

Here’s hoping for a better year to come. May we all have a peaceful holiday or at least, a peaceful slide from darkest, longest nights of winter to the lengthening days of Spring to come.



Categories: Blackstone River, Blackstone Valley, Gallery, Garry Armstrong, Photography, reflection

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  1. It is a beautiful world, Marilyn and you proved it with your photos.
    Leslie

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  2. These pictures are breathtaking. You’re very lucky that you could behold such a mesmerising view.

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  3. I love these reflections. Beautiful images, Marilyn. Thanks for joining the challenge!

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  4. Thank goodness for the beauty in nature; at least nobody has taken that away from us, well not yet anyway.

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    • There’s something to be said for living somewhere where no one has much of a stake in the area. We are too far from Boston for convenient commuting and have no significant business or manufacturing of our own, so mostly, we get left along. For now, at least.

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  5. And may next year be a good one.- beautiful photos

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  6. Reblogged this on PALAMPUR PANORAMA.

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