Wednesday, December 18, 2013

More Madisonville

Love. This. Place. First week of November, Madisonville, Louisiana.






Double D says HI!
We don't know what this structure is, but we plan to go back and have a picnic.
Linking with Our World Tuesday. (Sorry it's being posted on Wednesday, but I can't get my act together, and the holidays have me a little grumpy).

29 comments:

Andy said...

Nice. Your photos are full of tranquillity.

Beth Edwards said...

wow, amazing. calming. ( :

R. Mac Wheeler said...


loved these

Anvilcloud said...

Another fine series, LB. I love the pelican on the post as you captured a great moment, and both the DOF and colour in the seagull photo were perfect.

Optimistic Existentialist said...

I love that picture of the pelican on the wood post :)

Linda at To Behold The Beauty said...

Oh come now. You can't be grumpy with photos like this to soothe you! The fall colors and the sunrise/sunset are beautiful. I liked the silhouette shot of the birds on the posts and the stretching pelican. I'll bet the guys in the boat thought you were taking their picture. If they see this post, they'll be disappointed that you thought the back ends of birds were more interesting. :)

Karen said...

It is a beautiful place Gail, gorgeous photos as always!

don said...

A fine series of excellent shots. Love the fall colors in this first one. Let us know when you have that picnic.

Melissa said...

I can see why you love it...so pretty there! And that's really great light for November!

EG CameraGirl said...

I can see why you love it there. I'm pretty sure I would love it there too. ;)

Pam :) said...

What's not to love about this beautiful place called Madisonville. Love the colors in that first shot.

As always Gail, your pics are gorgeous.
Thanks for sharing the beauty :)

stiefbeen said...

wat een heerlijk gebied laat je hier zien wat geweldig mooi op z,on locatie wilt iedereen wel wonen.

DeniseinVA said...

Fantastic pictures, such beauty down in your State. I love them all but particularly the pelicans because I so rarely get to see them. Neat shot of them on the pylons. Thanks also for stopping by and wishing us a Happy Anniversary :)))

Helma said...

Really beautiful weather records Gail.
The kleruen and positions but also the brightness.
Picture 1, 4 and 5 I find really beautiful!

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

Lovely!!
Look at how that wooden framed structure is held up!!!
what a beautiful place for a wedding!! Small wedding!! Neat!! make a great place for a house - just not during storms!!

schmidleysscribblins.com said...

Don't worry Michelle, I found your post. Love the bird silhouette photo. Dianne

TexWisGirl said...

waving and smiling back at double d!

love the 2nd photo of the wispy clouds above the rippled water. very cool. love the pelicans, too.

eileeninmd said...

We can all wave hi to Double D! Love the images. Some of my favorites are the first shot, the photo with the fishing boat and the Pelican.. But, they are all lovely images. Have a happy day!

hootnonny said...

As ever, you did Madisonville proud!

Hilary said...

Another beautiful series, Gail. It looks like they're probably building a boathouse.. or something.

I love the image of the gulls on the posts, with the out of focus boaters in the background. That's a fine, evocative photo.

Hilary said...

Another beautiful series, Gail. It looks like they're probably building a boathouse.. or something.

I love the image of the gulls on the posts, with the out of focus boaters in the background. That's a fine, evocative photo.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

With scene that beautiful,I would most certainly be going back.WOW!

Barbara said...

What a beautiful, peaceful looking place. Sunrise or sunset? Gorgeous, either way!

Indrani said...

Beautiful greeting card like shots! Love your captures.

Wendy AppleApricot said...

What a beautiful and peaceful place... Great photography! Hugs

Rosemary Aubut said...

Great shots Gail! Merry Christmas!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

A little piece of heaven for sure. When you find out what that oddly placed structure is, let us know!

bailey-road.com said...

Beautiful scenes. I like that unidentified waterside structure.

Pallavi said...

My dear Gail, the pictures are sooo beautiful :) Have a lovely weekend!