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Ah gits weary an' sick o' tryin'
Ah'm tired o livin' an' skeered o' dyin'
But ol' man river
He jes' keeps rollin' along!







This is a photo on the Nueces [pronounced new AY seas] River Bank. The tree on the bank has Spanish Moss growing on its branches.

















PS...My Blogging Break is over...I've finished my home project [LINK to see below this post]
POSTED: Wednesday, March 10th, 2010
4:55 A.M.

43 comments :

  1. Glad you are back.

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  2. What a beautiful shot of the river!

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  3. That is such a glorious scene right there!!!

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  4. What a peaceful spot on the river.

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  5. It fun to see the swaying of the branches when wind blows. Thanks for the comment.

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  6. Good Morning Sweet Annie...
    I so love the Neuces photo you have shared. How beautiful it is. I love the moss in the tree, so decorative and beautiful. So calming to view.

    I adore what you did with the fireplace. How gorgeous is that. I can see why you wanted to change it to a more natural look. What a BIG job you under took, no wonder you took a break from blogging. I bet you are exhausted from it all. But when you look at it, don't you just smile and say, "I should've done that a long time ago?" (Kind of like I could have had a V-8.)

    Thanks for sharing sweetie. So glad you are back. Have a beautiful Wednesday. Country hugs and much love, Sherry

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  7. seems to be a nice place to spend for a walk..

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  8. thanks for the visit and for sharing this wonderful pix..

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  9. What a graceful tree -looks like lovely spot for a picnic! Beautiful shot.
    Darryl and Ruth : )

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  10. I love your Irish blog borders. So cute! I remember seeing Spanish moss hanging from the trees when we visited South Carolina and Florida. Valerie

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  11. I always enjoy seeing a tree with its branches dripping with Spanish Moss. Old southern style decorations.

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  12. Wow..I love this shot...it is magical..wonderful work!!

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  13. Beautiful! Makes me want to sit on the bank and read a book - surprised??!!

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  14. Dear Anni...
    it's a gorgeous river picture; thanks for dropping by...

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  15. it is so good to have you back!!

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  16. Of course, Anni dear! So was what I wrote! That's the trouble with writing - can't see the expression on the face and glint in the eye!

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  17. That is a pretty place Anni...Happy watery Wednesday.

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  18. It feels like I'm standing right there...super!

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  19. I am always amazed with your post. I felt some kind of serenity in the photo..

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  20. First of all I love your St. Patrick's Day template. And I love your photo, so very pretty with the hanging moss on the tree and the river. A lovely image to be sure, and the lyrics were perfect. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Next time I go to the Battlefield I will be sure to take that photo of the cannons. There are loads of them in every other area but this walk we went on. Have a great weekend :)

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  21. GREAT picture Anni, You really do take good ones and I always enjoy them! Thanks for coming by and joining in on my adventures... Have a GREAT day!
    (((HUGS)))
    Donna

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  22. Nice shot! It looks like some place I would love to stand taking photos. Thanks for participating in Watery Wednesday! :-)

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  23. Anni, that is absolutely gorgeous. I would love to visit that spot. So tranquil and serene.

    Drop me an email when you get time. I'm wondering how you are and what you've been up to.

    Have a great day.
    Blessings,
    Mary

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  24. Anni, your fireplace project is absolutely awesome. Great job. Your talent amazes me.

    Blessings,
    Mary

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  25. Love your header. Your picture reminds of my old stomping grounds of East Texas. There was a lake nearby that all the trees were covered in moss. It did make for a pretty sight.

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  26. How relaxing is this scene you captured. I love spanish moss on trees. We have many of those in the Napa Valley during the winter time and I call them 'ghost trees'.

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  27. Old Man River...you sing it baby. :) Beautiful picture :)

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  28. That is so beautiful. Must be an amazing sight in the morning with the sunshine. Lovely shadow shots too!

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  29. Absolutely beautiful post!
    I love the photos! :-)
    Thank you so much for your message! I am very glad you remember me! :-D

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  30. That is an awesome tree and I love that song... Old Man River....

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  31. I love seeing trees with Spanish moss hanging from them but I've only ever seen them in pictures. Not something we see over here, even on the river banks. So glad to see you back to blogging, will now go check out what you've been up to:-) xoxo

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  32. beautiful. I feel at peace just looking at it...

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  33. Oh, Anni, it looks gorgeous! Yup, it's a good thing you decided to try painting your fireplace because it really does look 100 times better than when it was just white. Such a difference it makes to the room and I agree with you, makes it look so much more warm and welcoming. It's no wonder you had to take a blogging break, that was quite the project! Beautiful!! xoxo

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  34. Lovely scene on the river and the moss is pretty.

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  35. What a beautiful picture Anni! I love Spanish Moss.

    ~ Tracy

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  36. Oh that is just beautiful! Happy Outdoor Wednesday!

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  37. Beautiful and idyllic scene. The spanish moss gives me a sense of warmth as well.

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  38. Anni, you always have the best of theme blog headers! I love it! I am green with envy! I love everything green including the green (am I color blind?)

    Hehehehe! Enjoy your week!

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  39. Love the oaks with moss on them!

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  40. I love all that green, great pic.

    All the best
    Guy
    Regina In Pictures

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  41. that little poem and the picture are a perfect match!

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