What gorgeous shots - love the golden tones!
Hilary you have the knack to turn something simple into a beautiful photo. You make me feel like I'm not paying attention to the world around me.
Beautiful photographs! Breathtaking!That pic of the skeleton of the walnut is amazingHugsSueAnn
sigh...breathing it in....the sun over the field is pretty amazing....really some great captures hilary...
I love the golden glow, the warmth and the light.Beautiful, as always.
Stunning photos, all the more so for the silence, I think
Beautiful, and why not, short of talking.
These are beautiful, Hilary.What gorgeous light.Happy Sunday to you!
You do brown exceptionally well. This is a good thing.
Okay , I'll bite for no words. I'll put my own words in. Smitten Images likes seeds and seed pods and does an excellent job on photographing them.
and pictures are worth a thousand words! each one is magnificent!
Wow! So magnificently detailed that the seed pods almost set off my seasonal allergies ;)Silence is beyond golden. It's priceless, Cuzzie!
just beautiful. love your shots. the milkweed seeds, especially. took a bit of time to load again today. wonder if others are noticing that, too.
Beautiful macro photography. It is obvious that I am skipping some of the good stuff out and about in the world in which I live. I must stop and observe the flower pods etc much more. Thanks for a beautiful silence. Oma Linda
There is beauty in the remnants of the lush season.
AhhhhhhThat's all I've got to say!
No way to comment wordlessly, is there? You wouldn't know how much I loved and appreciated the visit to your beautiful pictures. :-)
I need to do this more. The keeping quiet bit. Beautiful seasonal images here. Enjoy your Sunday, Hilary ~
Beauty is in the details, the stuff the eye can appreciate when it finally rests and pauses to admire.
As close as I can come to a wordless comment is: Awesome!
Silence is golden and your images speak a thousand words. I'm speechless right now. :-)Greetings from London.
Is it the simplistic beauty or the beauty of simplicity? Whatever..your pics are beautiful!
Beautiful photos. You inspired me to use less words today also.
No need for words with photos this beautiful. That one of the sun shining through the field makes me sigh.
Warms the cockles...and believe me, they need some warming.xo
I made a silent comment, but when I came back to check it, nothing was there ;) Amazing golden moments in photos :)
Amazing pictures. No words are needed.
always so hard to choose a favorite but i do love the one with the sun through the stalks and the coneflower at the end.
I am dumbstruck by your mastery!ALOHA from WaikikiComfort Spiral ~ > < } } ( ° > <3
Sometimes words simply aren't needed. Beautiful shots!
An interesting nature study blog about seeds Hilary. Interesting - Dave
Nature's architecture is stunning*!*
ACHOOOOO ... sorry but my allergies are all seasonal and due to dying things .. spores, mold, you know all that beautiful photogenic stuff ...
I did a post on cicadas and you did a post on silence. Ha! If you have ever heard cicadas in the jungles of Costa Rica. Whew. Deafening!
Such beautiful photography! You really have talent dear lady. Have a great week!
the gold has gone to seed.
I love your way with seeds & pods & wispy things. It's a magical little fairy world.I think I fell for the decomposing cucumber--pretty sure those words haven't come out of my mouth before lol!
Ah... nice post, I can finally see your lovely pictures as I am using my laptop and I can't open your pictures on my older PC.
These are beautiful, and they speak volumes about the wonderful, marvelous magic of nature.
As always, I bow in humility to your perfect photos....you are amazing, woman!
Thoughtful and lovely photographs of golden things. What amazing music nature makes when we listen with more than our ears.
Well, as much as I like your photos (and you know I love them) I enjoy your words, as well. Lovely capture of color in the penultimate shot.
Lovely earthy colors and textures...
Hilary: Such thoughtful photos of Winter giving way to Spring. If I were to set music to it, I'd pick George Winston's CD of the same name ("Winer into Spring"). :)
So many wonderful textures! Thank you, Hilary. :)
Love the ornamental grass with the light pushing through.Hilary, these are museum quality images. Really. They are just beyond incredible. You have a wonderful eye and know how to make the light work for you in your images. Really, really special.Wow .... wow .... wow!
Nice shots of winter on it's way out!
Dear Hilary, you take the best pictures and I am glad to report that this time they fully loaded, as we are back home.;)Hope all is well with you dear friend,xoxo
What a beautiful meditation I just had....
That seed pod is amazing...nice work in the golden silence:D
Your photos always remind me of other things. The last shot is like a strawberry. :)Do you see other things in your art?
Each of these is a glimpse of the universe.
gorgeous ~ golden beauty