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Last year's Fireworks ~


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This post is for Tuesday and we are exploring poets and photographers from around the world. The above photo is for a haiku prompt (fireworks). Haiku is below.




haiku


harbor fireworks, wow.
lighting up the darkest sky
mirroring light back.
-o-


celebration time
birth of America's land
fireworks burst forth, shine.
-o-


noise, show time fire works,
leave it to professionals,
safety first, trusting.
-o-
(carol l mckenna)






 The photo below is of the canal that is nearby. Cape Ann is actually an island connected by two bridges. The bridge I took this photo from is the first bridge the town had and is a regular draw bridge. We are sharing today with:




Tackle It Tuesday



Our World Tuesday






'Riding off into the Sunset'


Hoping you are enjoying this lovely array of creativity from the poets and photographers.


Hugs and namaste,


and


We love to have you post your comments, thoughts or questions to delight us all in the day, especially, ArtMuse Dog ^_^



There is a blog hop here that is opened all week entitled Magical Monday Meme and is for all creative people of all mediums, needlework, photography, art, sketching, poetry, etc. Hope you will link up with us and meet some new bloggers.

QUOTE FOR THE DAY: ' If there were no dust, housekeeping would be an art form.' (John Thorne)







Comments

  1. Sunset and fireworks - must be the 4th of July! Your pup is very cute.

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  2. Soon maybe you will have new photos of fireworks! Nice haikus. Love the last shot!! Gorgeous! and what a funny quote. I'd have to give that some pondering--LOL!
    Have a great week. :)

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  3. Pretty cool. Riding off into the sunset is beautiful. If time allows I will try to Tackle it tomorrow :D
    Have a safe and fun 4th and a great week.

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  4. Fireworks are for happy occasions which you have nicely painted here.

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  5. The magical melting of colours in fireworks is always fascinating! Lovely celebratory haiku! And the sunset on the waters is exquisite!

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  6. Yes your creative harbors are really inspiring, including your harbor header!

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  7. wonderful happy July 4th! enjoyed your fish from sunday - am just a little late visiting :-)

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  8. beautiful sunset and lovely haiku. Happy Independence Day!

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  9. Hi there - really like the sunset shot.

    Circus OZ do tour in the US - but I don’t think they are going to MA - maybe you should go to them!

    Cheers - Stewart M

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  10. Great sequence!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  11. Thatz a beautiful sunset shot!

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  12. Beautiful sunset and haiku.
    Your dog is so adorable.
    Wish you a great 4th of July.
    Mette

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  13. The fireworks shown look like an alien ship's lights! Nice haiku set, espec. the first with 'mirroring light back' - I can see it...

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  14. Pretty sky colors! If you get a chance, stop by my blog, and "Like" Hood Photography on Facebook! Thanks!

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  15. Gorgeous sky and reflection on the water!

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  16. Totally unique way of capturing the fireworks. I loved the sunset by the river pic also!

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  17. Lovely photos of the fireworks. Hope you have a great day celebrating 4th July.

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  18. I love firework displays -- they make me happy but are gone too fast! Lovely photos!! Thank you for sharing! Skies Delight

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  19. Good day Carol, what an awesome triplet of haiku. Really nicely written. The fourth of July ... worth celebrating. I once have seen the wonderful fireworks on July 4th. I love fireworks ...

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  20. Lovely set carol...I enjoyed the first one :)

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