Y for Yellow & Water Scenes

It is time for ABC Wednesday. It is also Watery Wednesday time. Visit these sites for more photographs from around the world.

January 4, 2012 – 9 Tevet, 5772

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21 responses to “Y for Yellow & Water Scenes

  1. Very nice! Is this near your place?

  2. No, Ilana. It was taken in England

  3. I did not know there is another Wednesday photo theme called ABCWednesday.. I should join that too…

    Anyway, the lake looks calm and peaceful..

  4. Rambling – I feel myself wanting to walk slowly up to the water. Why do I think of a scene from Rebecca?

  5. Love the pathway between the seas of yellow!
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

  6. What a gorgeous capture! So very peaceful! And like Roger, I love the pathway, the lovely yellow flowers and the water! So serene! Hope your new year is off to a great start! Enjoy!

    Sylvia

  7. What a lovely place to stroll!
    HelenMac
    ABC Team

  8. What a beautiful field of flowers, and set off so well by the blue of the water.

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  9. Joy

    A lovely path to the sea, now I am wondering if all the Rebecca quotes mean it is in Cornwall.

  10. That’s a very pretty pathway leading to the water through the fields of yellow flowers! Nice! Thanks for stopping by.

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