Tuesday, April 28, 2009


Wherever there is water, life can become active.
Where there is no water this possibility ceases.
Water is essentially the element of life.

Water requires nothiing for itself, it gives of itself freely, never questioning the form into which it must change when needed by a plant, an animal, or by man.

As in its very nature it is itself pure.

Water can purify, refresh, heal, strengthen, revive and clarify all things.

For much of the world even the amount of water held in our toilet tanks is unavailable.

Conserve our water, protect it, clean it up, and mainly be thankful for each drop you use.

Out on one of my nature hikes I spotted this fisherman in the middle of the Rogue River.
The Rogue River is a dangerous river, many people have drowned in it. I was a little curious how he got out there but had to leave before he came ashore. I actually titled the one where he is looking at his hand "No fish today, I guess I should go get a manicure".


  1. The colours in the first one are beautiful!

  2. i love fishing too. great pictures. happy wednesday.

  3. Very nice, love to see this as long as I am not the one out there in waders! thanks for this interest post it was fun to look at!
    mine is here

  4. Beautiful watery pictures ... reminds me of years ago when I used to go fishing with my 'ex' ...
    Hugs and blessings,

  5. Mom that is neat but crazy how in the world did he manage that the rogue is deep and even though there is rocks he couldn't have been able to touch all the way across!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!