Sunday, May 31, 2009

Stone Bridge

As we say goodbye to May and the seasons press on, one to another, simple words of Henry David Thoreau always seem so fitting to me.
"Within a little more than a fortnight the woods, from bare twigs, have become a sea of verdure, and young shoots have contended with one another in the race. The leaves are unfurled all over the country... Shade is produced, and birds are concealed and their economics go forward uninterruptedly."


  1. That's a beautiful bridge! I like all the scenery you've included--great water reflection.

  2. I love the grace of the arch and the solidity of stone softened by that tender green of the moss and new grass.