Sunday, July 17, 2011

A hot summer Sunday Photos... 7/17/2011

To see the Summer Sky
Is Poetry, though never in a Book it lie -
True Poems flee.
~Emily Dickinson

Yowza, it is a hot one today.  So sitting at a computer in front of a fan seems like a great idea.  I have a lot of photos to share today.  It was a really good week for pictures.

Saturday night's dramatic clouds

Baby apples getting bigger!

Fancy pansy

Humid sunset

Longhorn ram

Grasses on a hilltop

King of the hill

Foggy tree

Marshmallow clouds

Looking up the birch

Stella d'oro Daylily
Stripey sunset

Who US??

Park Falls watertower

Hey, is that Joel?

Wild flowers by Smith creek

Barn in silhouette
Gustafson farm

Swallowed by summer

Got any treats?

Beautiful mosaic sunrise

First photo edited on Aperture

Favorite tree, drama in the sky

Grandma Weinberger's barn in the mist

I just hope this wasn't too many pix for anyone's internet connection to handle!  If it was, please let me know, as I will split big ones into two for you!

I love the above quote- Emily Dickinson is a relative of mine from my mom's side of the family!

Until next time, I hope that you got as much joy out of this post as I did!  Keep a look out for beauty, it's everywhere!


  1. All the pictures were awesome, Debi. My fav is the one of the little lambs. Sir Richard's favorite doesn't surpirse me... typical male.

    Really?! You are related to Emily Dickinson. "The" Emily Dickinson... not the checker by that name at the supermarket?!! Tee hee.

  2. Lol, thanks Barbara! I love the lambys. Yep, "the" Emily Dickinson. My mom's mom was Lura Dickinson- and that is the connection. We also are related to John Dickinson, who was one of the authors of the Constitution, he signed under the state of Delaware. My mom's side of the family has been in the US since almost the start. My Dad's came over in the early 1900's from Germany.

  3. I love the Barn picture. All the pics were great!