Wednesday, May 5, 2010

You Capture - Spring (part 2)








Every spring, every May, every time I smile at the thought of "tranquil bovine picnics" and I cry when Tuck takes Winnie out on to the pond to talk to her about why the spring needs to remain a secret.

And every spring, every May, every time a new group of children falls in love with the story of Winnie Foster and the Tuck family (who've looked exactly the same for the last 87 years).



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13 comments:

Laura said...

nice. :)

Jen said...

What a lush, beautiful place to be!

Colleen said...

Tuck everlasting... what a wonderful idea for a spring post. Those last two photos draw me in and make me want to be there.

Jade @ Tasting Grace said...

What a beautiful place! I just love huge trees with crazy huge roots like that!

Lyndsay said...

You're just so clever! Beautiful pictures - what an amazing spot!

Amber said...

Great pictures, I need to read that book again!

Amy @ Cheeky Cocoa Beans said...

Lovely post. Such tranquil photos. I need to read that book again!

Jess said...

Oh wow. What a simply beautiful feeling that gave me. I love the shot of the huge crazy tree roots, we don't have anything like that around here.

Stillmary said...

Beautiful, beautiful photos. Where were they taken? And at the risk of sound ignorant because I am, what book are you quoting? Whatever, it's lovely just like your captures.

kelly@thebluemuse said...

Lovely...

imadramamama said...

Very, very cool...

Stacia said...

Oh, that book! Such a bittersweet tale. And such an homage to all the springs of our lives, not just the ones that are seasons.

jaime said...

very well said - and beautiful photos.