Follow Me Up and Down

Canad Geese flying over Webster Pond near Syracuse, New York.

Amy of the Flandrumhill blog wrote a Valentine’s Day post about the Nature of Love. In the post she referenced song lyrics by John Denver. For some reason, I immediately thought of one of my favorite songs by John Denver called Follow Me and added the lyrics to the song in a comment to Amy’s post.

The song stuck with me and I knew I was going to have to blog about it. Then I remembered this photo I took from Webster’s Pond last Fall and it all came together using Picnik.com.

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16 Responses to Follow Me Up and Down

  1. Giiid says:

    Beautiful photo!

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  2. flandrumhill says:

    Nice Scott. That is such a beautiful song and a remarkable photo. We humans could learn a lot from the ways of geese, especially the way they take turns leading and help one another in times of trouble.

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  3. Karma says:

    What a gorgeous visual of those lyrics – perfect! I love how bloggers inspire each other.

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  4. Karen says:

    I like the way you put your lovely photo together with words from John Denver’s lyrics. I like the new look to your blog, too. Great job as always, Scott.

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    • Hi, MJ! My talent is not with words as yours are so I enjoy matching songs which I believe compliment my photos. Thanks for the compliment on the blog. I was thinking of changing it recently but have decided to keep it as is for now.

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  5. montucky says:

    Your photo and those lyrics are perfect together, especially realizing that those geese mate for life.

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  6. Nye says:

    Great find Scott, your photo and the song go so well together.

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  7. Robin says:

    Beautiful, Scott! The photo and lyrics go together perfectly.

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  8. Kathy says:

    Thinking of how we bloggers “follow” each other, different ones taking the lead in different directions. How we all inspire and re-inspire one another. How we all have such different gifts. How following can be as much as a gift as leading. Thank you, Scott.

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