Many moons ago John Denver sang of

the serenity of a clear blue mountain lake’

in the Colorado Rocky Mountains.

The only thing in common with those lyrics

and this image is the word serenity.

However, I like this  image/scene and

I love Rocky Mountain High and of have

An Evening with John Denver

playing while I am blogging.



A Corio Bay sunrise a few years ago.


The serenity of a Botswana sunset…

…and sunrise.

Finally, a blue hour image of Geelong’s

Western Beach area.


Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Patti:  Serenity

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Leya:  Serenity

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Amy:  Serenity

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Tina:  Serenity


10 thoughts on “Lens-Artist-PC-52-Serenity

  1. Great photos. I like J.D. too, though I’ve heard the songs a million times. He also sang about West Virginia, mountain mamas, and country roads, so he covered a lot of ground.


    • He certainly did cover a lot of country…and the only one of those I have visited is the (Canadian) Rockies. He even visited Port Fairy on Victoria’s South west Coast when film a television special. We waited several hours for him to come in from filming a sea scene, which if you blink you missed on television!! But did get a couple of albums signed.

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    • WE are on a countdown for our next visit in 2020. It will be our third trip with Imagine Africa Safaris.. A family owned company which bends over backwards to get the best views for ALL passengers. MGW says she would trust them with her life if anyone asks. They prefer to take small groups…3 guests per vehicle so every one has a window seat. And the wildlife is absolutely magnificent. All my images were taken with a Nikon D90 and a Nikkor 55-300 mm lens. Thoroughly recommended by both of us. A good sense of humour is essential, and acknowledge the fact that it is not a zoo. In Botswana we were always a day behind the lions….but we did have that magnificent elephant sighting.



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