Wordless Wednesday - Headed South

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Pamela said…
Don't let the sprouted winter wheat fool you. Soon the blue mountains will be covered with snow and the Bluebird box and the wheat will be forgotten until spring.
Sandy said…
This must be the week of the birdhouse or some such! Thanks for such a beautiful picture.
Serina Hope said…
This is a great shot. It reakly is beautiful there. I am going to move in, okay?
Tiggerlane said…
Absolutely beautiful. It's the small things, isn't it?
Kila said…
Is that a spiderweb in the doorway?

Great photo :)
MomOnTheGo said…
A lovely representation of fall. Happy WW.
lisa's chaos said…
I love your photo! Sad to see them go. :(
Nancy Brown said…
what a great photo.. I love it...

happy ww.
Natalie said…
Great shot! They'll be back next year! :)
tegdirb92 said…
wow, very rustic and beautiful!
tiff said…
Lovely photo, reflecting on the coming of Winter
Shelia said…
The Bluebird can't be looking forward to that! Happy and blessed WW!
TRICOTINE said…
An empty home... ;-)
Happy WW!
Shannon said…
Bird house looks lonely with the spiderweb in the door. Winter must be coming soon.
Carmi said…
Hi Pamela. Congratulations on choosing such a great picture for WW. The composition and spare colors make it a very memorable image.

Thanks for sharing this!
The barbed wire makes this shot to me...

does that make me odd?
Pamela said…
Robin (The Pensieve one)
no. I think that barbed wire is probably the one constant in that picture. Everything else would change with the season. Even the moss on the old post.
bermudabluez said…
I don't think anyone has lived there recently! It IS the week of the birdhouse. But, it is a little sad to see them go...
ONwebCHECK said…
nice pic here - happy WW
ZJ said…
This picture reminds of those Hallmark cards with inspiring lines in it... Great pic.
Hello and thanks for stopping by today to see my grandson sleeping soundly..Yes he has no real cares just school would be about it. That was the best of times and we did not even know it..Smile..Sandy
Hootin'Anni said…
That is ONE fabulous photo!!!

I can hear the wind whistling through the wire! And feel the chill in the air!

Awesome composition
Hoto said…
looks like the brid is gone for a long time.
~JJ! said…
You really are a great photographer.
Quick, redecorate while they're gone. ;P
Blue said…
I love photos like this. They convey so much without a word.
Shelby said…
no words necessary.. beautiful.
Lazy Daisy said…
Wow, love the contrast between the cobweb in the door, the barbed wire and greenery in the background. How quickly the seasons change....would love to see the same shot in the winter.
ZAM said…
THere are stories to tell with this one! Happy WW.
June said…
Great photo and lovely comment about it. Very poetic. Happy WW.
**"Liza"** said…
Gorgeous shots!..look's like a bird house to me..
Karmyn R said…
hahaha - one of my birdhouses has cobwebs too - but they've been that way all summer.
Yep, but they will be back in the spring. Love the fall trees in the background. Have a great WW. :)
FRIGGA said…
I like that - it looks like some great scenery in the backround too! Happy WW :P
Junebug said…
Even birdhouses have cobwebs! I have a few too. "Black bird singing in the dead of night. Take these broken wings and learn to fly. All your life, you were only waiting for this moment to arrive. Blackbird, fly!" (Beatles)
kailani said…
An empty bird house makes me a little sad.
Robinella said…
Really lovely, Pamela.
Ruthie said…
Beautiful! Everything here in MT is already snow-covered.
Masago said…
The cobweb says it all. :-)
min said…
Since the birds moved out, Can I move in?
BarnGoddess said…
did a spider move in?

Beautiful photo
Devon said…
Barb wire always makes a great picture... very nice!
PAT said…
Great photo Pamela. The bluebird house and barbed wire, with the field in the background and the mountains in the distance is beautiful!

Pat
wendster said…
What this reminds me of is an old woman in my sewing class. A cheeky student asked her "Are you a virgin?" Her reply: "Born again." To the puzzled looks she replied: "cobwebs!"
Heart of Rachel said…
It's a great photo. So much can be said with this single shot. Thanks for sharing.

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