Mountain Water


It’s after sunrise, though direct sunlight remains shielded behind surrounding mountain peaks of the Smoky Mountains. In the forest, Thunderhead Prong washes over and between moss-covered rocks, sending a soothing sound in echo all around. The flowing water, birds in the trees greeting a new day, steps along the trail and the mild repetition of breathing accompany this peaceful moment. The time is yours, spend it wisely. Enjoy the great outdoors.

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15 responses to “Mountain Water”

  1. Phil, When I look at streams and rivers, I am reminded that each molecule of water will only pass this point once, and its purpose is fulfilled. It will nourish the Earth, carve ridges through rocks, release oxygen gas as it bubbles, and, as your beautiful images attest to, bring calm, joy, and peace to our souls.

    • Thank you for your lovely comments, dear Robyn. Indeed, just as the presence of each water molecule is fleeting, so too our time to partake in the beauty associated, therein. I’ve been blessed to live close to several such areas, and truly enjoy the peace and quiet each accords. Have a great week! 🤗🌹

    • Heel erg bedankt, mijn beste vriendin Inge! Het was een geweldig bezoek aan het bos, en ik ben blij dat je het leuk vindt. Jij ook een fijne avond. 🌹🤗

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