Photographers and Poets Tuesday


Wintry Scene on Cape Ann MA for Our World Tuesday ~ Another photo below .





Welcome to Tuesday post of photos of Cape Ann MA and haiku poetry warming our wintery hearts. When I am in the 'zone' of creating, whether, art, photography or haiku, the world seems to roll on by and my spirit is filled with a gentle warmth. 
Above and below there are two Cape Ann MA photos that show the deep blue waters and the rocky coastline that we love. It is winter; yet, have had some rather mild days ~ Great for wandering around and taking photos and 'seeing'.
Also we have a haiku for you with the prompt being 'tulips.'



For Carpe Diem Haiku ~ 'Prompt ~ tulips' and For Ruby Tuesday2






Off the 'Back Shore' of Cape Ann ~ A View of 'Twilights'  ~ deactivated now and electronically controlled.




We are sharing today with:
our world tuesday
carpe diem haiku

ruby tuesday2

creative everyday

Enjoy our photography and haiku and then wander on over to the creative bloggers posted above.

Wishing you the best in the day.


Hugs and namaste,



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




QUOTE FOR THE DAY: 'Even the simplest things is as important as the things we consider important. I consider a fallen leaf as important as the Grand Canyon. It's all important; it's all connected. One couldn't be without the other.'
~ Ruth Bernard ~






















Comments

  1. tulips in one's heart :) your haiku exudes warmth

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  2. Lovely captures for the day!! Hope your week is off to a great start! Enjoy!

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  3. Beautiful pic & lovely words!The Spring flowers are in my heart,too! :)
    Happy New Year!

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  4. beautiful photos and I love the haiku , thats lovely,

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  5. I keep a Sunflower in my heart...thank you :)

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  6. Gorgeous photo of Cape Ann! Your haiku is sweet. :)

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  7. Absolutely beautiful pictures and haiku. I know what you are saying about the creative juices flowing and how you feel. It is a wonderful feeling. In the first picture I am wondering if I am seeing a lighthouse in the distance. genie

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  8. Lovely seascapes as always! But i am wondering why your waters are so deep blue even if they are still shallow, ours don't look like that! I remember my friend who did some cruising in Scotland and she was wondering too why their lakes have electric blue colors!

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    1. Waters are very deep not shallow ~ hence the deep blue ~ thanks for asking

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  9. Lovely!! I try to shoot scenes at Cape Ann too - when it is WARMER!! Have a great week!
    ~Linda

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  10. Beautiful shots. I like the clear blue water and my favorite is the first shot with the lighthouse in the distance. Always enjoy your haiku also.

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    1. It is actually a water tower in the distance

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  11. Enjoyed this post, a little of this, and a little of that.

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  12. Love your haiku, especially on the background.

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  13. Lovely scenes Carol, and a terrific haiku

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  14. Tulips in heart ... wonderful haiku :-)

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  15. Lovely captures and great choice of words.

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  16. spring flowers spring eternal in the heart.

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  17. Pretty haiku and your photos of the coastline are beautiful. Have a happy day!

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  18. Great pics and haiku. Sometimes what's in the heart is best.

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  19. Beautiful area!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  20. Lovely shots and a wonderful haiku.

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  21. Wow! What a wonderful post, like those pictures you share here with us. Your haiku on tulips is very strong in the choice of words and a little gem.

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  22. I am hoping this mild weather will bring out the lawn from under the snow again. It has been some winter here already. No tulips showing here yet. It won't be long now though.

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  23. I love the look of that rocky shoreline. Very inviting to scramble across and see what can be found.

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  24. Thank you fro warming MY heart with blooming tulips!!

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  25. Tulips are my favorite flower. I adore your Haiku! Beautiful pics, too!

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  26. Lovely photos and beautiful words :)

    Enjoy your Tuesday.

    Hugs,
    Stephanie

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  27. Oh, Cape Ann is just so peaceful and pretty!!

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  28. I like the haiku! I used to write haiku many years ago. About the only poetry I can write. And we have a yorkie that looks almost identical to yours. He's 13 years old though and getting to be very grouchy.

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  29. I just love it when the sea is blue like that!

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  30. Tulips blooming in my heart -

    What a wonderful image.

    Cheers!
    JzB

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  31. beautiful Carol... LOVE your Haiku!

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  32. Lovely ... warms my heart and my eyes!!

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  33. I'd love to see tulips right now! All in time, I suppose :) Lovely haiku!

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  34. wonderful pictures and pinky clouds and lighthouses...I love!!!!

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  35. Your haiku is wonderful!

    Hopping from RT.
    My Ruby Tuesday Post

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  36. Cold weather but spring in your heart, very beautiful, Carol.
    :)

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  37. Oh, I do love that Haiku and the brilliant blues in your photographs. Give ArtMuseDog a pat for me please :)

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  38. what a beautiful piece of heaven! :)

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  39. Very, very true here, too, with the haiku. :)
    Love the quote, too.

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