Monday, July 30, 2007

Pathway to peace

The path leading to one of my favourite thinking spots. This part of the walk takes about 20 minutes through "bush".

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Now I can see me sitting there ,the peace and quite.Bliss
Lovely picture Mike
Grandma from Ireland

elle said...

oh so lovely...

but me, I see it more as a no-thinking-allowed place. :)

Mike Hitchen said...

Hi Elle
You are quite right. I sit right on the end of the wharf. To my right, the river stretches towards Sydney Harbour, and you can see the city looming close by. On both sides of the river are beautiful houses set in woodland.

To my right,the river stretches along tree lined banks and hills. The wind blows down the river and cleans the mind and the soul

Anonymous said...

mike love the pictures, this is the first time i have commented on your blog. have viewed all the pictures on here and they are fantastic.I came on here as i was directed by some fellow posters in britain and your blog site is great keep up the good work.

Gill scotland

Mike Hitchen said...

Hi Gill,
Many thanks, I hope to get out and about soon and take a few new ones.

Anonymous said...

Hi mike, This is a beautiful picture, as are the others you have taken. It is great to see another side of Australia, as most of the images you see are deserts or beaches. This showes that there is beautiful countryside too.

Oh if only, I could emigrate.

Anonymous said...

PS apologies for the typo. I know there is no "e" in shows, its just next to the W on the keyboard. It will teach me to preview in future

Mike Hitchen said...

Hi Anon
Many thanks for your very kind and appreciated remarks. Never, worry about typos on my blogs:) It is the response that matters to me:)