Peace and Quiet

I have been meaning to post more pictures from the Fergus Scottish Festival this week, but somehow I kept running out of time each night.  I will get to them, don’t worry, but tonight I’m in the mood to share a scene that makes me feel totally relaxed because that’s something I usually need by Thursday night.  I have been super busy at work, and our office is moving to a new location in a couple of months, so we are also starting to think about getting rid of old files and documents and packing up what needs to be moved.  It is going to be a crazy two months!!

This photo was taken on our leisurely drive home from the Scottish Festival last weekend.  This is a spot where Mike and I used to go fishing years ago, and we haven’t been there in ages.  It was sunny and warm and totally peaceful, and I could have stayed there forever.  I especially love how the clouds are reflected in the river.  Does it make you feel peaceful too?

River View

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17 Responses to Peace and Quiet

  1. dorannrule says:

    You are making me too peaceful. I feel a nap coming on. 🙂 Lovely photo by the way! Dor

  2. Sayvan says:

    Nothing more peaceful then a quiet meadow with a river running through it… no doubt the “Grand River”

  3. calms me down for a night of slumber

  4. That is a beautiful and relaxing scene and I agree the reflections are wonderful.

  5. unfetteredbs says:

    Very peaceful

  6. TBM says:

    Um, I need to be there today. Please can I come!

  7. beckyday6 says:

    Wow, that sky is amazing! It looks like ‘perfect’ photoshopped clouds have been put in they’re so clear. Good job Cindy, you definitely captured the moment. 😀

  8. benzeknees says:

    Almost any largish body of water makes me feel peaceful. Never understood why I live on the prairies?!

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