Reflecting on My Favourite Things

One of the titles for #2019picoftheweek challenge is My Favourite Things. Nine months now I’ve been pondering on this. When the answer was there all the time.

My Favourite Things: 2nd Sept 2019

The wide blue sky. Trees in full leaf offering shade. And a slow running river, its surface smooth as a mirror.

For details of #2019picoftheweek challenge see MariaAntonia

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25 Responses to Reflecting on My Favourite Things

  1. This is excellent Crispina! This is one of my favorite things also! πŸ˜€ ❀

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  2. Oh my that is lovely 😊

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  3. It looks so peaceful and relaxing. Definitely some of my favourite things as well πŸ™‚

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  4. Beautiful photo, Crispina, and a fitting photo for the prompt. πŸ™‚


  5. Jen Goldie says:

    After a day of messing around with WP and unnecessary stress I found this. The day has just flown by and suddenly I see this link. Almost 7pm here and the evening is closing in. Somehow I’m lost for words, once again. Relaxing and serene I think. Yes, Serene ……..😌

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  6. Dale says:

    So very fitting, Crispina.
    Such a beautiful picture, as well.

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  7. Ramyani Bhattacharya says:

    Excellent picture ❀️ Sadly we don’t find much rivers or lakes that are mirrors for all of them here are dumping ground for wastes. It’s deeply concerning

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    • We do have some similar. But not where I live. It’s a really rural area. What industry we have is small scale, and what’s called *light*. So as long as the farmers don’t go heavy on artifical fertilisers, our rivers remain in good condition.


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