Zunday Zen … Springtime Magic in Oregon

Left Coast Travel, Nature, North America, Photography, Poetry, The Four Seasons, Zunday Zen

The afternoon sun’s
hypnotizing reflections
captured forever.

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14 thoughts on “Zunday Zen … Springtime Magic in Oregon”

  1. Those are stunning photos. Hope you had a great Sunday. I will hurt all over tomorrow. Did lots of weeding today. Going to try and get everything done tomorrow. Rain on Thurs.

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      • The slide show really does capture the feeling of spring. The mundane miracle that people with good eyes can take good photos with phones adds to the seasonal sense of joy and hope.

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      • Hey Mel, thanks for your kind words! Using the phone for moments one encounters while out and about is quite liberating. I still find my camera indispensable much of the time and enjoy using it, but not carrying heavy gear is definitely freeing. 😊

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    • Thank you Sunshine! Visiting this town is always fun. This was my first time there during spring time and I loved seeing everything starting to bloom and leaf out. Have a great week! πŸ˜€


    • Thank you Anne! I went by this spot several times in two days. I was pleasantly surprised to see the beauty of spring in full display. The dogwood trees are just spectacular. And sitting by the pond is so relaxing!


  2. Z.D. McGee says:

    Absolutely tantalizing, mesmerizing, re-synthesizing to our soul – these photos! Just like we are there!

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