Sunday, December 30, 2012

Artists,Poets, Photographers Monday


Fisherman of 'Glosta' ~ for Mellow Yellow Monday




Welcome to A Creative Harbor sharing our world of creativity with photography, haiku (poetry) and art. We are all creative in our own way. Here the focus is on photography, poetry and art. However you find ways to express yourself creatively is good for the mind, body and spirit. For me haiku, photography and some of my art provides me the mode to focus and center myself and enhance my ability to attend to the 'now' and what is right in front of me ~ the sacred in the every day ordinary.






Carpe Diem Haiku





Cape Ann MA ~ Sliding at Park After Snow Storm ~







For ~ One Single Impression





None other than ArtMuse Dog ~ For Ruby Tuesday



We are sharing today with several creative bloggers:

carpe diem haiku
one single impression
mellow yellow monday
blue monday
i love my online friends
creative everyday

ruby tuesday
our world tuesday

(* Please note all the bloggers I link up with during the week are on a separate page with their badge if I have one.) I love you all just decided it was a bit more efficient to have everything in one section. So look below my header picture and you will see the new page. 


Happy New Year to all you wonderful bloggers!


Hugs and namaste,




and






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




QUOTE FOR THE DAY: ' Your diamonds are not in far distant mountains or in yonder seas; they are in your own backyard, if you but dig for them.' ~ Russell H. Conwell













51 comments:

  1. fatal attraction indeed. and that old fisherman photo made me smile! ^^

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  2. I am loving your new font and your blogs fresh look. Way

    I love how you used the narcissus mythology too. Awesome!

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  3. Beautiful pictures, haiku and quotation. I have never experienced snow but I think it is beautiful. Happy New Year!

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  4. love the fatal attraction in your haiku and your photos and art lovely as usual!! Happy New Year!

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  5. Always enjoy seeing your sweet little pup. Great image and wonderful processing!

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  6. Wish that the child is always in us.

    Then we continue to dream, to see and say in a childish way.

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  7. Hi Carol. you are such a creative soul. I wish you another creative year in your life with lots of love XXXX Thank you for sharing with us

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  8. Love this post Carol. Happy New Year to you and yours.

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  9. Oh boy....would my husband ever LOVE this figurine of the fisherman. That is super.

    my mellow yellows: Sunrise

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  10. wonderful as always Carol... Happy New Year!

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  11. Happy New Year, you had a super blog year!
    Cheri

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  12. LOVE the fisherman and I see you have snow! Great series of photos and writings. Wishing you joy this new year!

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  13. Hi Carol,

    Thanks for sharing your snow picture; it looks like blue snow.

    Happy New Year and Happy 1st Blue Monday!

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  14. Wonderful post and lovely pictures and quotes. I'll definitely share this and pass it on! :) Happy New Year!

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  15. Yes, that fatal attraction
    Tragic to drown
    in one's own love

    Cheers!
    JzB

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  16. A terrific post Carol. ArtMuse is so sweet! Happy New Year.

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  17. Hello Carol, loving your haiku and photos. I've started some haiku of my own, will be sharing soon, best wishes to you! xx

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  18. what beautiful words and images.what a treat! :<)

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  19. I love the fisherman and ArtMuse Dog! Happy New Year to you and yours!

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  20. great photos, Carol....I really love the 'fatal attraction.....

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  21. Happy New Year from Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  22. Great post for the day, Carol, and I do love ArtMuse!! Hope you both have a very Happy New Year!

    Sylvia

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  23. Health and wealth this coming year. A grace-laden new year to you and yours.

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  24. Inspiring post! Love the fisherman and his impish smile!

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  25. Lovely post, Carol! I enjoy reading your haiku! I wish you and yours a Happy New Years!

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  26. Best wishes for the new year! Right now - just looking at that photo of the snow is great! Such a contrast with a hot new year's day in the tropics!

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  27. Great and versatile post. I see a happy sailor leading us into the new year. I'd also love to go sliding on the snow, but alas; the snow is gone.

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  28. The fisherman is so much fun. Love the snow scenes as well as your words too. Happy New Year

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  29. Fisherman of 'Glosta.' I ♥ Gloucester; haven't been there in far too long, however. Beautiful place! Very sweet image of ArtMuse dog. :-)

    Thanks for your visit and comment on my OWT post. Wishing you many blessings in the new year.

    ~Lindy

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  30. You are so very talented! What a great selection. I love the snow images and the OSI poem. You sure do capture the season.

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  31. That's a happy fisherman!
    Wonderful quotes, shots and haiku :)

    Happy New Year, thanks for dropping by

    www.homezweethome.info

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  32. I thought it was Santa! Oh he's so cute. I adore his facial expression.

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  33. What lovely shots! Wishing you a wonderful year ahead.

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  34. Great art works! Happy New Year to you!

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  35. Happy New Year Carol. You and your work are both so inspiring. The picture of the kids sledding reminded me of the park we used to go to when I was young. It is great to look back fondly and so much fun to live in the present as well. Have a wonderful 2013.

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  36. Hi Carol, lovely photos as always. You won my giveaway prize! I just emailed you details. Happy New Year! :)

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  37. What a happy and peaceful pup you have! It reminds me of how the kids feel and look after the holidays! Happy New Year!

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  38. A nice series of photos, sliding on the new snow is always fun. Have a great 2013!

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  39. Love the sweet fisherman, he made me smile ♥ wish you a happy new year :)

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  40. Beautiful poetry. I enjoyed every verse you penned.

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  41. You never runs out of beautiful things to post Carol!

    New Year hopping from Ruby Tuesday
    Here's my RUBY post.

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  42. beautiful... the reflection is indeed fatal...

    http://unshakenthoughts.com/2012/12/31/narcissus-haiku/

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  43. The old sea wayfarer is just adorable!

    Visiting from MYM.

    thriftshopcommando.blogspot.com

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  44. The winter shot is full of atmosphere.
    Happy New Year!

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  45. Wow! Did you make the sailor in his yellow slicker?
    That first haiku just cracked me up!
    Happy 2013!! :)

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    1. Thanks for thinking I made the 'Glosta' fisherman but he is part of the Annabelle collections ~ Happy New Year ^_^

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  46. Oh that Captain at the helm reminds me of an old girl friend!...:)JP

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


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