Thursday, August 6, 2009

Glistening, by the water and signs

- A beautiful morning following a hard rain during the night. Everything new and glistening.

- This is the view from the back of an office building where a client's office is, although she sees it from five floors up. Yesterday I spotted her having a meeting at one of the tables by the water. A good spot for discussion, I think.

- Smiling at the two signs. A man, disregarding the admonishment not to smoke, nervously crushes out his cigarette when I come out. The geese are nowhere in sight. Maybe off looking for food.


Talon said...

Beautiful shots. The water is so still and so calm...

Now that is a civilized way to conduct business!

Lynn said...

Talon -

They were having a serious discussion, so I did not interrupt, just left her proof in her office. Snapped these photos at 8am yesterday morning when I went back to pick it up. A lovely time of morning.

And my medical facility is right next door. This is the view I have when I am having tests run, etc. Lovely.

Jannie Funster said...

Wow, nice setting for your office building.

I hope your health is well, with tests and such?

Lynn said...

Jannie -

Yes, health is good - you know, mammograms and such. Lovely view while having that. :)

Mama Zen said...

And, don't let the geese bum smokes, either!

Lynn said...

Mama Z -

Yes - you have to watch those geese. :)

Snaggle Tooth said...

What a gorgeous reflection n shapes of the evergreen boughs in the river!
n the bright blossoms too! I think I'd be too distracted by the scenery, I'm like that.
When I was a toddler I was attacked by a biting duck I was trying to feed, n it tramatized me cus my uncle (owner of the ducks) kept making fun of me for years- but I remember it did hurt!
Definately throw the bread before they can bite you!

Lynn said...

Snaggle -

The lake behind the building is about five minutes from my house - I keep thinking I might go over there and read one weekend morning.

I would have been traumatized by that, too. It's amazing how relatives can so focus on one thing like that.