Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Snapshots - Riverhills Park

Greetings from the Hermit-Writer.


Hillsborough River. 






Qvack!




Lucy tuckers out fast these days.


Gentleman didn't look like he wanted to be bothered unhooking a fish.

17 comments:

  1. Pretty shots of the lake and Lucy! Have a great day!

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  2. Very beautiful photos..especially the water ones. They are so clear! Love that Lucy dog. Curious as to her age? My 12-year old Yorkie/Maltese is really slowing down.

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    1. Lucy's 11. Swings from puppy to old-girl moods in an instant. She is such a love sponge.

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  3. cute lucy. the 2nd shot looks like a painting!

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  4. Nice and from the waterside.

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  5. I think the man in your last picture has the right idea. Sitting watching the river flow by is enough.

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  6. het is zo te zien nog prachtig weer bij jullie.

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  7. Maybe he is cooling a bottle of beer on the end of his line.

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  8. I so enjoy the idea of a community gardening. lots of people are doing it. it's a wonderful way to teach kids about farming and gardening. there are some where everyone does the work and then you can take whatever you want or need. awesome for low income areas.

    beautiful water and light today, it's kinda gray here at the shore!!!

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  9. Poor Lucky. It's probably the heat.

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  10. Such a pretty place to walk and be out in nature. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Oh. My. Swooooon…

    Those trees… I'm sort of a freak about trees… those colors… Can I hire you to come photograph my life so it looks beautiful all the time???? ;)

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  12. lady is such a pretty girl. love the spanish moss and the water sparkling on the water.

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  13. Bless sweet Lucy. It's so hard to watch our pets age.

    Much of your area looks just like ours. Spanish moss, water and trees. Lovely pics!

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  14. Interesting colors on those trees at Hillsborough River. Green again in the spring? Neat pics.

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