There’s water in the dam
Water is the prompt for Terri’s #sundaystills this week.
We are away from home at the moment helping to sort out my mother-in-law’s house. The beautiful autumn sunshine keeps drawing us outside and seems to warm our souls. It’s quite addictive and gives us an excuse to take plenty of breaks!
Walks and bike rides also feature in our ‘breaks’ and I took a walk down to check out the dam on the property late yesterday afternoon. The reflections of the gum trees on the surface of the water were calming and peaceful, so I decided to try to capture them to share with you for #SundayStills.
Allow nature to teach you stillness.Eckhart Tolle
This is an edited version of one of my photos, made to look like an artwork, it really appeals to me. What do you think?
Another nearby dam, Flat Rock Creek Dam, is always a good place to ride or walk to when I’m here, and I often stop and take photos from the bridge. I shared this in one of the yellow wattle my bright squares post for Becky’s Squares last week. She kindly shared it in her excellent gallery wrap up post Bright Shiny Things
These Flat Rock Creek Dam shots are from my archives, it seems I’ve been taking photos of the dam for quite some years!
I look forward to seeing the posts from others linking up to Terri’s Sunday Stills, featuring water in all its forms.
Thanks for stopping by! Remember – never test how deep the water is with both feet.
Answer to the question in my title –
Q. What did the fish say when he swam into the wall?
A. Dam wall 🙂
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A tragic accident at age 17, resulting in a Bravery Award from the Queen, didn’t deter Debbie from travelling the world. A young retiree, after being made redundant from her 22 year career managing education programs in a men’s correctional centre, she now loves reading, blogging, riding her ebike and a good cup of tea! Also known as Granny Debs to her 4 grandchildren.
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