see beautiful in memorials.
we found this sign on highway 126 in ventura county. it makes my heart smile that the "forgotten war" isn't completely forgotten. (this one's for you pop!)
see beautiful in silhouettes.
you don't have to see detail, to know something is beautiful. i thought the way the sun was shining behind these palm trees, in santa barbara, was quite stunning. i'm glad i was able to capture this moment in time.
see beautiful in calla lilies.
even though it is in a bed of canna, this calla lily comes back every year to bloom for st anthony.
see beautiful in the horizon.
as a native californian, i know i take the ocean and it's beauty for granted, but it really is quite spectacular.
and of course i see beautiful in the eyes of my little bailey.
click here and see beautiful
until we meet again my friends-
Dogs' eyes are so expressive :) Have a good Friday!ReplyDelete
What I wouldn't give for a sunset over the ocean. Thanks for sharing all those images.ReplyDelete
The clean and warmness looks beautiful. It is getting warmer here, but all the melting makes such a dirty nasty mess, nothing beautiful around here right now.ReplyDelete
Bailey has beautiful eyes. If Humans pay attention we can show them a beautiful world.
Y'all come by now,
Hawk aka BrownDog
thank you for this BEAUTIFUL post for "see beautiful!"ReplyDelete
Wonderful and beautiful pictures today, each one tells us a beautiful story.ReplyDelete
All wonderful shots but you know who steals the show ~ Bailey ~ so adorable and lovable ~ xxxReplyDelete
artmusedog and carol
We do live in a beautiful place BaileyReplyDelete
Lily & Edward
Actually 1950- 1954. '50-'53 spent in Korean war zoneReplyDelete
Wishing we live by the ocean. Golden Thanks for sharing the Beauty that surounds you. Happy Seeing Beauty. Golden WoofsReplyDelete
ohhh it looks so warm and beautiful thereReplyDelete
These eyes are beautiful :) Great shots :)ReplyDelete
So much beauty- you have a good eye for it. Loved every photo; I miss CA.ReplyDelete
So many Beautiful things in this post! You are right...sometimes you do not need to see the detail to know something is Beautiful.ReplyDelete