Poets, Photographers and Artists Wed and Thurs




For Carpe Diem Haiku ~ prompt bird song and Creative Everyday ~(correction ~ my name should be mckenna in the above haiku)





Cape Ann MA ~ Wintry Ice in Cove






Owen for Alphabe Thursday ~ prompt 'K' ~ Kindergarten Boy





Winter again on Cape Ann MA ~ Mallard Friend for Cool Clicks Thursday



All these creations are coming to you from A Creative Harbor located on Cape Ann MA. Maybe it is the 'salt air' that motivates the need for creative self expression within me. Nah, there are too many other creative bloggers. Wednesday and Thursday here are   a few we are linking up with:



carpe diem haiku

creative everyday
outdoor wednesday


alphabe thursday
cool clicks thursday



Hope you have enjoyed your visit and know you will enjoy the creative bloggers listed above when you go there.



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 in the day ~ especially, ArtMuse Dog ^_^







QUOTE FOR THE DAY: 'Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go.'  ~ Louise Driscoll


















Comments

  1. It sure looks cold. Nice shots.

    Jocelyn @
    http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com

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  2. Your wintry shots are terrific. We see nothing like snow or ice in Sydney. :)

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  3. The wintry ice and the mallard look so cold there on the Cape. The Kindergarten boy is so cute with his rosy cheeks

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  4. i could almost see and hear a group of birds singing gaily :)

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  5. beautiful photos, beautiful haiku, thats a handsome little fellow, and the duck looks very cold! I love the ice shots,

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  6. So glad you heard the birdsong serenade and shared a few notes with us!

    Silence the Birdsong

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  7. Beautifully creative series as always Carol. I do think there is something about the oceans/coasts that brings out creativity! The Kindergarten boy is so sweet ...a relative?

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  8. Your haiku sings Carol! Cute mallard that looks mighty cold.

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  9. Sweet little boy! All that ice gives me a chill. Wish I could send you some of our warm weather.

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  10. And a wonderful serenade it is.

    Cheers!
    JzB

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  11. wow Carol, that's a great ice and snow scenery, determined very cool with you, right?

    Greetings from Geli, who can imagine how the birds sing

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  12. Wonderful haiga on birdsong Carol & ArtMusedog. Thank you for sharing.

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  13. thanx for the serenade...and wintry shots are chillingly lovely

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  14. It looks quite cold in your neighborhood. I wouldn't really want to be out in that snow, but it's nice to see it all through your eyes. That delightful little boy certainly warms things up!

    My Outdoor Wednesday post is at: http://rnsane.blogspot.com/2013/01/outdoor-wednesday-212-hills-of-pacifica.html

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  15. Wonderful pictures, a lot like Sweden right now. Your haiku is terrific.

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  16. Very cute photo of Kindergarten Boy!

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  17. That's one super cute kindergarten boy! :)

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  18. I love that you encompas a few posts in one posting

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  19. darling kindie you have there. we are a year away (as grandparents, that is). love the mallard, so pretty and self contained in all of that winter.

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  20. You have a very handsome kindergarten boy!

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  21. Great photos, as always - especially the duck on the white snow. Great "K" post!

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  22. and what a delightfully adorable kindergarden boy he is!!!

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  23. I gave up the cold when I left Illinois
    and now bask in the warmth of Florida...
    great shots
    Sandy

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  24. What a lovely haiku! That certainly does look cold. I always think those duck feet have to be freezing, but they seem to be able to handle it.

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  25. Sweet haiku. I just can't imagine a bird off key. Can you?

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  26. Great pics as always - especially the duck and small boy!

    Have a great weekend and look forward to *seeing* you again!

    Visiting from Alphabe-Thursday

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  27. Great winter shots and love your Haiku picture and poem.

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  28. Those rosy cheeks on kindergarten boy are just begging to be kissed. Great post, Carol!

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  29. Your haiku is lovely. I must admit, I seem to possess no talent for them but I certainly appreciate those who do. Gorgeous shots, all. I hope you have a lovely Thursday.

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  30. I love the backgrounds you get for the haiku !
    and lovely presentation :)

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  31. That t-shirt reminds me of Space Invaders! Though it's probably from a more up-to-date computer game! I think Mr. Mallard must have cold toes!!

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  32. Cool clicks, cool haiku, cool blog♫♪ Here's my effort: http://lore-eleven.blogspot.com/2013/01/curve-here.html

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  33. I think that little mallard needs a cuppa hot chocolate!

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  34. Such an eager young man, and my heart went out to the duck in the snow. Brrr, but so pretty.

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  35. it looks so so cold! That poor little ducky. At least Kindergarten Boy looks warm. Love the shirt! {:-Deb

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  36. Wow! Very nice photos and the little mister is gorgeous!

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  37. Stopping by to say hello! Great pics of the ice and snow--sweet little duck and your kindergarten boy is too cute! Happy weekend Carol!

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  38. Oh my...look at all that snow...and those rosy cheeks!!! And we're complaining because it hit 30 degrees last night ;) Thanks for joining in at Cool Clicks...I really appreciate it!!!

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  39. every time I come here, I hanker for a dog because of the sweetness in your dog's sweet face! then the reality of going out several times a day in this frigid weather, and...no dice, cats it is for me.
    I'm hearing no birds' serenade here, but I'll try to imagine it.
    blessed be

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  40. Cape Ann looks like such a kool place!

    What klever links you had this week for all your memes!

    I always feel the sweet karma when I visit you!

    A+

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