Happy New Year

January 1, 2011


la salle county, illinois

happy new year!

as i was helping richard with outdoor chores today, i noticed the pink sunset through the slats of the old barn at the back of his property. curious, i walked into the barn and snapped the sunset through one of the knot holes in the barn wood. i thought it was a nice frame for the sunset.

my hope  for the new year is a simple yet abundant year full of good health, happiness, peace and love.

what is your wish for the new year?

peace,

julayne

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8 Responses to “Happy New Year”

  1. Jeffrey Says:

    Great Julie! Nice knot hole and sunset!

    Did anything come through the knot hole? LOL!

  2. semaj Says:

    (lyric)

    when worlds collide and the past returns all
    the trash our lives have thrown;
    somehow we survive
    a little weather beaten, maybe
    a little wind blown;
    so she smiles rings around me
    just like Saturn or a chandelier;
    damn these weeping hands
    these well meaning hands
    still shaking from the final sight of you….

    (copywrite 1989 shotgun wedding music)

  3. poietes Says:

    What a great capture, unique and lovely. Happy New Year to you.


  4. Thank you for your kind remarks expressing your delight at the rock on the log. I love your framed image of the sunset, where in the world was that taken, the rock was found in a forest in victoria, australia, summer smiles

  5. julayne Says:

    hello!
    what an honor it is for me to have you visit and comment on my humble blog. this photo was taken through a knot hole in an old barn in the midwestern usa on a chilly winter afternoon.

    i’m so glad to have found your blog. what fun to follow you through your summer while i’m experiencing winter.

    warm winter wishes.

    peace,

    julayne


  6. I like this picture a lot. I had a w@*! while looking at it.

    From Nathan John Luker, age 35 of Cheshire, England.

    • julayne Says:

      nathan john luker,

      geez, i think that’s the first time i’ve had to censor a comment. here’s another first: i think you and jeff must think a like. scary!

      thank you for the informative and humerous response. i’m working on answering your list of questions.

      ahimsa,
      julayne


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