Haiku Heights,Weekend Blog Hop, Your Sunday Best,

July 4th Full Moon ~ 'Breath taking'





July Full Moon and Old Glory


In the bottom left photo, if you look closely you will see both the Sun and the Moon. I am 'in love' with the ocean, sunrises, sunsets and the various phases of the moon. Nature has a magical gift that is right in 'front of my nose.' Grateful. Along with photography, I paint Asian Brush Style and write haiku. We are linked this weekend to: 




Haiku Heights


Weekend Blog Hop


Your Sunday Best




haiku


first light of the day
dawning, awakening
how will time be spent?
-o-


each day a first step
each nano second, brand new
living well today.
-o-


new books, new shoes, buy
things, stuff, look to nature first
blessings ever more.
-o-





Wishing you a wonderful and fun weekend.




Hugs and namaste,


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Comments

  1. What lovely moon shots. Have a great weekend.

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  2. Beautiful pictures! I'm a fan of the ocean sunset/sunrise too. Found you via the blog hop, thanks for checking out my blog too

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  3. Amazing how a nanosecond is subliminal, can't be touched, seen, or experienced except through aggregation in the billions. Terrific sense of time passing here with your moon images and haiku!

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  4. Nice set of haiku: light, life and life's little joys. What else is there down here?

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  5. What stunning photos! My absolute favorite is the one with the sun and moon. What a shot!!!

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  6. Lovely shots...nature is a blessing ~

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  7. Nice set and pretty pictures...Thanks for sharing :)

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  8. Your photos are well displayed. Great job. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  9. Full moon spot on for the 4th. Beautiful pics, Carol!

    Hank

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  10. Full moon spot on for the 4th. Beautiful pics, Carol!

    Hank

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  11. So true... everyday there is a 'FIRST' if u look for it! :)
    First peek of loving future

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  12. So true... everyday there is a 'FIRST' if u look for it! :)
    First peek of loving future

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  13. Lovely is the word! :) The pictures, the poem, rather the whole blog - I find it quite interesting. :)

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  14. Hi, I enjoyed this post you linked in to Claire Justine. I have linked in a post about the artist Klimt. Have a super week.

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  15. And thanks so much for following Carole's Chatter. I am adding you to my blog list as well.

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  16. Very inspiring, Carol and lovely photos. Have a great weekend.

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  17. great captures!
    and the sun/moon shot is fantastic ...

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  18. great captures!
    and the sun/moon shot is fantastic ...

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  19. Loving that first photo especially Carol with the squiggly lights.

    Thanks for sharing at YSB this week. xo

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  20. Loving that first photo especially Carol with the squiggly lights.

    Thanks for sharing at YSB this week. xo

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  21. Buying new books yes
    Go without the shoes and bags
    Just books books more books

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  22. Buying new books yes
    Go without the shoes and bags
    Just books books more books

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  23. Nice...second one is my favourite:)

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  24. The question we ask ourself everyday. Let each nanosecond be a different.. Nicely written

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  25. gorgeous collage - each a different shade of blue....(I didn't see your linky for this post, but visited anyway)...I tried to download 'Diptic', after figuring out my apple ID, but I need OS Lion 10.7, and I only have 10.6.2!

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  26. wow.. great shot of the sun and moon in one photo. Lovely pix. I miss the Ocean. We moved from it over 8 years ago.

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  27. awakening,. first and last haiku deserves accolades!

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