Sunday, January 02, 2011

Sunday Stills....Best of 2010


This seems to be my favorite from last year's Sunday Stills


For more Sunday Stills....

17 comments:

goatmilker said...

Very nice, it looks so peacful. Rebekah

lisa said...

Very nice, Happy New Year!

Ed said...

Great shot..:-)

Far Side of Fifty said...

Very nice..makes you just want to go for a nice stroll:)

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Oh....to be able to take a stroll down that lovely boulevard.

Nicely done,
~Lisa

Happy New Year from New Mexico!

dibear said...

I know you've posted some really nice shots this year, but this one is really nice, great perspective. :)

thecrazysheeplady said...

Yep, that's a great one!

Janice said...

How nice makes you want to sit out on the front porch and listen to the birds. Well done.

gtyyup said...

That photo makes you want to get up and walk down that road to see what's around the hill...nice!

Shirley said...

Lovely, serene photo.

Lori Skoog said...

It's a beauty. Can feel it.

flowerweaver said...

Very evocative, it makes me want to be there. Wishing you a fabulous New Year!

Regular Guy said...

Beautiful shot, a tranquil look for sure. Happy New Year to you and the family.

threecollie said...

Rebeka, thanks

Lisa, thank you and the same back at ya. And thanks for the extra eggs! Your eggs are so good

Ed, thanks, I didn't realize that we didn't have to stick with Sunday Stills shots. duh...lol

Far Side, it is such a nice little town, not many left like it, thanks

Lisa, thanks!

Dibear, thanks, as I said to Ed, for some reason I thought I had to choose from Sunday Stills shots....

TCSL, thanks

Janice, thank you!

gttyup, thank you, I have always liked that little village. Not many left like it

Shirley, thank you so much

Lori, thanks!

FW, thanks, and a very happy one to you too

RG, thanks, Happy New Year to you and yours as well.

Brenda said...

love tree lined streets! I'm sure that is gorgeous in the fall too!

CTG Ponies said...

Pretty!

Cathy said...

So tranquil. And then there's all that lovely sunshine . . .