ALL SEASONS -MID JANUARY

 

The link is open this week from Sunday January 14 through Wednesday January 17 to 7pm, Pacific time.
Even though you had a busy time (like I did) your posts were beautiful and interesting! Had a great time reading and admiring them! THANK YOU!

This year it’s still like  standing at a city gate (like they had in the old days) wondering what will wait for you/me when  going through the gate.

 

 

Will it be peering into the distance to foreign and far away places?
This could be geographically, but also in the figurative sense ….

 

 

 

 

Or will there be a water fall of changes?
Head over heels tumbling into something you had not planned or even thought of ….

This is Vernal Falls. climbing higher is Nevada Falls and eventually
after a 6 hour hike you have climbed the famous Half Dome mountain at 9000 feet in Yosemite Nat. Park. Do you see the tiny people on top?
Hubby has done it four times,  two times with our son, and one time with our daughter.
All that time I was painting:)

 

 

 

 

Or will it be a walk in the park?
These ultra white rocks are only place seen in the Chinese Garden of the Huntington
Leisurely strolling smelling the roses along the way ….
Wow, wouldn’t we all like that! But, it doesn’t always happen the way we desire….

 

Whatever it will be, be determined you will tackle any obstacle and not settle for less!

 

 

Share your Season with all of us here – Can’t wait what you will show!
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12 Comments Add yours

  1. Mascha says:

    Your photos are gorgeos and I would like ti visit the Chines garden.
    Enjoy your sunday

  2. kenschneider says:

    When I lived in New Mexico at 7000 feet elevation I often climbed up to about 9000 feet and led nature hikes at almost 2 miles above sea level. This past summer, after living 13 years in Florida, I found it difficult to walk very far on level ground at 12,000 feet. I think I would also draw a bye on walking up to that magnificent waterfall!

  3. Joanne Sisco says:

    The waterfall caught my eye – I do love a waterfall, big or small. That’s a climb I’d like to try … although I’m sure it would hurt – a lot.

  4. Carol says:

    Life is full of possibilities. Lovely shots as usual. Have a wonderful week Jesh

  5. That’s an interesting figure peering out from what looks like a bridge. Has me thinking of the troll in the 3 Billy Goats Gruff children’s story. I wonder if this will be the year the Husband and I revisit Yosemite Park. That was where we went for our honeymoon. 🙂

  6. Angie says:

    Yes, for the most part 2018 still lies in front of us like a clean sheet of paper. I like your metaphors and the images that brought them to life! Thanks for hosting All Seasons, and have a wonder-filled week!

  7. SUMMER RAIN says:

    Well, this year I have not made ANY New Year Resolutions, Jesh, and I am taking things as they come and making the most of all opportunities along the way. 2018 feels good already 🙂

  8. One thing I’m doing more of is gardening!

  9. OLD TILES says:

    There is something majestic and awesome about a waterfall. Nice captures, Jesh.

  10. bettyl - NZ says:

    I am one that loves my comfort zone but I know that wonderful things happen when I step out of it. It’s exciting to think about what the new year will bring!

  11. I must say I don’t do much bush walking in the summer – too hot and you have to be careful of snakes, but I do love walking by a river somewhere in spring in particular.

  12. The waterfall is wonderful … and I guess I will be tumbling along toward whatever life brings, hopefully emerging alive and well and happy.

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