Silent Sunday


About Eliza Waters

Gardener, writer, photographer, naturalist
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82 Responses to Silent Sunday

  1. cindy knoke says:

    So stunning Eliza! ♡

  2. sandyjwhite says:

    I can hear the water. Lovely!

  3. Nathi says:

    Beautiful and serene!
    And wishing you a relaxing Sunday, Eliza!

  4. Incredible Eliza! Is this your waterfall?

  5. Murtagh's Meadow says:


  6. Eliza Ayres says:

    Reblogged this on Blue Dragon Journal.

  7. bittster says:

    Beautiful, so calming.

  8. I can imagine being there.

  9. So peaceful. I could sit there forever and listen to the waterfall. 😂

  10. I can hear it’s rushing, laughing sound.

  11. Whoops! Should have been “its.”

  12. Alice says:

    What a beautiful, serene view & definitely a gorgeous place for 2 chairs (& a table!)

  13. Robin says:

    This is stunning. Breathtaking. Awesome, Eliza. 🙂

  14. Jewels says:

    Ah, so refreshing. I wish I could sit there a while. Lovely capture Eliza!

  15. Beautiful image Eliza!

  16. Absolutely stunning cascades, Eliza! Have you printed and framed this? 😊

    • Eliza Waters says:

      Oh, gosh, you flatter me, Donna! I haven’t done a timed shutter in ages, so I felt a bit rusty. The olive green of the mosses could be greener, but by the time that happens, the canopy will have leafed out, making it darker and a very different look. I might try it again in a month to see. Thanks much!

  17. Oh stunning, I’d love to be sitting on one of those chairs!

  18. Oh, so beautiful, Eliza! 🙂 xoxo

  19. That’s very nice, Eliza. The chairs are perfectly placed and the symphony this morning was wonderful. You get to listen to it all day. I am :mrgreen: with envy.

    • Eliza Waters says:

      🙂 Thanks, Steve! Glad you got to enjoy it even for a brief time, I bet your captures will put mine to shame, but I haven’t the expertise and equipment that you do. 🙂 You’re always welcome to come again.
      Of course, it quiets down as summer comes on and there have been years when it dries up. But after a good rain, it sings again.
      When this distancing is over, perhaps you and MB can visit.

      • It’s been a while since the brooks still ran during July and August. We’ve been getting so much rain it seems like they should be good for a while. More later this week.
        I was thinking the same, Eliza. 🙂

  20. naturebackin says:

    Beautifully captured Eliza, and how wonderful to live near such a dynamic presence.

  21. Wonderfully done, Eliza!

  22. Kris Peterson says:

    Wow! Your part of the country is beautiful, Eliza.

  23. tippysmom2 says:

    I love waterfalls. You have captured this one beautifully!

  24. arlingwoman says:

    I love the way the water is captured.

    • Eliza Waters says:

      Thank you, Lisa. One-second shutter speed softens the look of falling water. I haven’t tried it in a couple of years, but given how much water we have here, I could do it more often. 😉

  25. ladyfi says:

    Ah — lovely

  26. What a beautiful waterfall and I like how you captured the water as well; so soft.

  27. How lovely to garden within hearing distance of a beautiful waterfall, sigh!

  28. I recognized the waterfall and stream from Steve G.’s picture of the place.

  29. This took my breath away, Eliza. Is this behind your property? Is my memory correct? What a paradise and what birds and wildlife you must see!!

  30. Oh how lovely! You are truly lucky to have that on your property.

  31. Maria says:

    How tranquil! I imagine the sound adds to the peacefulness of the scene.

  32. Gracefully Global travels says:

    Long exposure? Just gorgeous.

  33. Very pretty … I like the moss. The streams and rivers are flowing fast here and there is still plenty of snow up high. Always wonderful to be beside a babbling brook.

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