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Prompt word 'Pink' for 52 Photo Projects



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Today's post is for Wednesday which means linking to photography blogs, haiku blog and wordless wednesday. It has been raining here on Cape Ann MA all day. Now the fog is rolling in. ArtMuse Dog got groomed today and she looks pretty spiffy.
To enhance my inner spirit, I did an Asian style brush painting of the flowers above. It is not finished but the process certainly enhanced my spirit on this grey day. To further enhance your spirits we are linked with 52 Photos Project, Haiku Sensational, Aquariann's Wordless Wednesday, Sue's Wedding Photos                and Dave Kellers Wordless Wednesday. Lots of blogs to view and see various photography, and read haiku.

Haiku for Haiku Sensational

haiku

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road trip cross country
drifting from lane to lane, awed
big wide horizon.

II.

sands of time scattered
drift after drift sand dunes rise
ocean eroding.

III.

adrift on rocky coast
waves pounding boat against shore
winds are shifting soon.


You also might check out my Monday Blog Meme and the Creative Process Page listed above just below my blog header.

Variety ~ Heinz 57 old Boston yankees' used to call it.


Enjoy and comment on the very creative blogs and have yourself a magical and happy week.




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Comments

  1. I love the photo Carol! Thanks also for having my link listed. My schedule has been crazy with work times changing. Your posts do help me bring a sense of calm to a hectic day. I'm still planning to join you on Monday's too. :)

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    1. Good to hear posts bring some serenity to you ~ try my best ~ Peace to you ~ namaste, ^_^

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  2. Those flowers are beautiful. They look so tropical!

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    1. Thanks, they are lovely and they are orchids ~ no doubt from Hawaii ^_^

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  3. I always felt 'drifting' was aimlessness, but your haiku set me straight....It's ok to drift; in fact, your wonderful set feels calming....

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    1. Glad I could inspire you ~ it is all okay ~ ^_^

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  4. Three very nice works, but my fav is the first :) Who doesn't love a road trip?

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    1. Thanks, road trips are fun! Might be ready for another ~ LOL ^_^

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  5. beautiful drifts! forgot about lanes & sand! great.

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    1. Sure beats snow drifts! ^_^ ~ thanks for your comment ^_^

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  6. The word may be drift, but you were certainly focused.

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    1. Thanks Anthony ~ helps to be focused in this world ~ don't ya think? ^_^

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  7. Love the haikus. Thank you for being an inspiration!

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    1. Wow! thanks for those delightful words ^_^

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    1. I know huh? It is is about 3 ft tall with bamboo ^_^

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  9. Loving the delicate pink you've shared, Carol!

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    1. Thanks, Bella ~ always good to hear from you ^_^

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  10. Seems a lot of us thought of multiple "drifts"...gorgeous flower..

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    1. 'Great minds run on the same track?' ~ haiku mode ~ ^_^

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  11. Oh! Yay! Another Haiku Practitioner! I love writing them randomly and hanging them in our trees. Such a lovely photo as well.

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    1. I know ~ isn't it exciting to meet others who write haiku? thanks ^_^

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  12. Pretty flowers! And after reading your haiku, I'm ready to go on a road trip. :D

    -:¦:- Featured Photo: Pink Clematis -:¦:-

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    1. You are 2nd person who said they are ready 'for a road trip' ~ I am too ~ may be next year ~ ^_^

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  13. Love these flowers- I think we have similar in our flat right now!

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    1. I saw your photo ~ they did look alike ~ thanks ^_^

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  14. You truly are creative! I love that first photo, and your third haiku is my favorite.

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    1. Thanks so much for your lovely words ~ namaste, ^_^

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  15. wow those are some orchids, just beautiful Carol!

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  16. Lovely orchids! I love orchids!

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  17. Beautiful orchids! Love the macro photos. Hope you're having a great week. :)

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  18. I love road trips! Thanks for a haiku to make me smile :)

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  19. I can almost smell the orchids!

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  20. What a beautiful Haiku! thanks for the inspiration
    love
    jutta

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  21. I love the 2nd stanza of your haiku about the sands of time. Lovely photo, too.

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  22. I almost wrote something with sand dunes -- but it didn't quite make it to the paper ... I didn't have a pen at the time I thought of it -- while driving on the interstate!! :) Lazy and Drifting

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  23. Wonderful interpretation & lovely 'drift' images! Thanks for sharing!

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  24. fabulous photo! that is one beautiful orchid shot! Love the haikus as well! All of them!

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Thanks for your wonderful comments and support ~ Will always comment back ~ Namaste, Carol


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