Saturday, May 25, 2013

May Days Around Town


















Sunlit Treasure at our local railway station






A beautiful time of year here as the heat of summer gives way to chilly nights and warm sunny days.
Have a wonderful weekend!


27 comments:

Patchwork and Play said...

I hope you didn't leave that beautiful quilt on the station! Happy days !!

s.c said...

Very nice a bit of rural surroundings with an overwhelming nature. When we started in almere as village of 5000 inhabitants in 1976 it was a bit the same. Now with 180000 it is another story but nature is still in the neighbourhood.

Fun60 said...

I loved that second photo of the trees with their different coloured autumnal leaves beginning to show.

Pat said...

What a nice collection of photos! Thanks for taking me along!

Jedidja said...

Beautful pictures.

Jeanne said...

Beautiful autumn trees and I love that one of the sun setting over the water with the gorgeous clouds..... and of course the ones of your girls!

Joy said...

Awesome pictures. Pretty girl:)

Giga said...

Uroczy spacer po mieście i piękna droga z drzewami w ślicznych barwach. Widok na ostatnim zdjęciu jest cudowny. Czy śliczna kołdra wybiera się w podróż ?. Pozdrawiam.
Lovely walk around the city and a beautiful road with trees in lovely colors. View the last photo is wonderful. Is pretty quilt you are traveling. Yours.

geanina said...

Beautiful images!;)

Karen @ away for the weekend said...

Very pretty, Karen - it looks like a nice time of year.

Dianne said...

Lovely snippets of your family out and about Karen .... especially the capture of lttle blonde daughter reading .... so delightful.

Barb said...

So many stories in your photos - not the least of which is the little one reading.

Rosemary said...

Love your title, May Days, you're going out of summer and we're heading into it, yet, it's still May Days for both of us. Love your views around town :) Oh, just to let you know that I passed the info you were so generous to share with me about your snap-on macro lens to two other people this week, thanks again. I have had a whole world of fun with this lens thanks to you!

Linda said...

Marvelous photos! What a lovely child!

Gert Jan Hermus said...

Great post!
Very nice pictures!

Sincerest greetings from the Netherlands,
DzjieDzjee

Seeing Each Day said...

We had gorgeous weather for the weekend too - particularly yesterday. I notice miss e's still sporting those colorful shorts you made her. And I love the quilt you made for her - both sides of it - she must be so excited with it, what a wonderful keepsake with you making it for her, and that sweet square done all by herself too. Hope you have a good week.

Sarah Lizzie said...

As ever gorgeous photos!! Love them all....especially the one of Autumnal trees dressed in all their glory...the burnished yellows, russet browns and the ochreous oranges. Such a sweet, sweet photo of 'Miss E' reading!!

pattisjarrett said...

Great photos, and the grand finale--WOW--what a lovely sky and reflections.

born ambitious. born imaginative. said...

Stopping by to check out your blog! I love your pictures...that last picture loses me. Dreamy!

Michaela said...

Lovely photos, I can feel the nice warm atmosphere there!

Dave said...

Nice to see some of your local neighborhood Karen, and your children. Enjoy the last of autumn. I think winter has finally arrived here as temps are dropping now - Dave

Ruth said...

A lovely series, those trees look amazing! I like how we're at the opposite time of year :)

Elise Lea said...

Beautiful pictures as always. I love pictures like the first one, candid and loving. I also love the new pictures of Sunlit treasure as well as the picture of Miss E reading.

Reena Walkling said...

Beautiful day and awesome quilt!

Sharon said...

Thank you for sharing photos of where you live...it's always fun to see other places, even if it's just virtual! I love that last photo of the sunset - just gorgeous!

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Liz said...

What a delightful series, Karen!
I do hope you didn't leave that beautiful quilt at the station.

Jana said...

love the second shot and the amazing hand-made blanket, how beautiful!

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