Sunday, October 10, 2010

Meditation path - Sholom Park

23 comments:

EG Wow said...

This looks like a calming place. I like this!

brattcat said...

a beautiful place!

Paula said...

Very nice!
Although the impossibly blue water is a bit distracting, it's a perfect place to reflect on the wisdom of some of life's choices.
;)

Olivier said...

un bel endroit calme pour mediter, c'est sympathique

Memphis MOJO said...

That's the path we should all take. Nice shot.

cieldequimper said...

I am levitating. Nay, meditating already.
This is lovely Jacob!

VP said...

What a charming place, it won't last here!

Small City Scenes said...

Very nice. I could contemplate life there.
I like your burgandy page today.

Ash said...

Beautiful.....I want to take a walk there!

B SQUARED said...

I'm going to have to think about this photo before commenting.

Lois said...

Even the picture has a calming effect!

Halcyon said...

A cute little bridge. I like the new look of your blog.

Daryl said...

Lovely ... and I like the magenta background, very invigorating

Trillian said...

Very beautiful place, excellent for meditation....and your photo shows it very well!

Tricia said...

That's so pretty & looks like a lot of work went into it! Very nice walkway

JM said...

Lovely spot!

Cezar and Léia said...

Adorable place, that water is so blue!Amazing beautiful!
Léia

Jarart said...

This is a peaceful place, I would spend some time there if I lived near by.

Virginia said...

Very clever brick layer! Love this path.
V

Francisca said...

Nice place, but I'm puzzled by the aqua stones in the stream.

Hilda said...

Beautiful. I can do with a few days' retreat here right now, if only to get my equilibrium back. I've been so swamped with work the past three weeks I feel like crying sometimes.

Pixel said...

Ahh!! So much to catch up on... This is a very beautiful view...


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Sharon Creech said...

Love a path and a bridge. . .always leading to . . .something. . .

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson