Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Flowing Creek

“Water, air, and cleanness are the chief articles in my pharmacy.”

- Napoleon Bonaparte (French General, Politician and Emperor (1804-14). 1769-1821)






16 comments:

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Beautiful little creek, Shelley. The water looks so CLEAR... Beautiful!!!!

Thanks for sharing!
Hugs,
Betsy

Mildred said...

So pretty to see the rocks under the water Shelley. By the way, Nalley was thrilled that you remembered Twin Pines Dairy. He wanted me to ask if your Grandmother lived in the Detroit area back in the '60's.

itsJUSTme-wendy said...

Really pretty pictures, shelley.
Where is this, compared to where you are?

Michele said...

It really does look like clear and clean waters... it how it looks here as it pours down from the snowy mountains.
When I find these little creeks, I actually find teeny little fish in them and I really don't know how they get in there!!

A beautiful photo!
Hugs♥

Busy Bee Suz said...

SO clean and pure...love it.

Nature Lovin' Super Mama said...

I want to go read a good book there on a warm sunny day lol :) looks very peaceful. I love how the spring feed creeks are as clear as glacier rivers don't you?
hope you are having a sunny day!

bennie and patsy said...

Our creeks are getting lots of water now. Rain, rain and more rain. Water can be beautiful.
Patsy

Cedar ... said...

I really like the second shot. It would make a great jigsaw puzzle or framed poster.

Tricia said...

The snow has melted & green has taking its place! Very pretty scene!

hillybillyfarmgirl said...

Dear Shelley,
I really like your blog, I am glad I found my way here!
Your photographs are fantastic, I will definately come back! Through you even I (here in Sweden) can enjoy N Michigans Nature. Thanks!!

:) Michaela

The Retired One said...

I love the movement of the grass from the current...wonderful
picture, Shelley.

The Retirement Chronicles

Tina said...

Its so nice to see Springy photos and crystal clear water...a nice little place to gather one's thoughts!
:-)

Shellmo said...

Betsy - thank you! It's a pretty creek to visit!

Mildred - I called my mom yesterday and she was having a nostalgia moment too about Twin Pines! LOL!!

Hi Wendy - It's about a 10 minute drive from our cabin.

Michele - I've always wondered about that too when you see the little fish in a small creek - :)

Busy Bee - thank you! Clean is my favorite thing! wink, wink!

Nature Lovin - I'm still astounded over what you told me previously of what could've happened to this creek. Makes me appreciate it all the more!

Benny & Patsy - It rained too much last week - hoping for a weekend of dry weather!

Cedar - I love puzzles too!

Tricia - thank you! Hope you're doing well!

Hillbilly - thank you, you are so nice! I enjoyed your blog too!!

Retired one - thank you! I thought the grass made it a little unusual.

Tina - I agree - a great place to reflect!

Robert V. Sobczak said...

Absolutely love that first photo. Truly a river of grass!

Darla said...

No swine flu there!

Penelope said...

What a lovely little creek. Beautiful photos!