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2/12/13

Photographers and Poets Wednesday


Boats and Ships in Cape Ann MA Harbor ~ shelter from Blizzard
for Rurality Wednesday



Haiku for Carpe Diem Haiku and Creative Every Day




Grackles love the Sumac ~ for Rurality Blog






Blizzard of 2013 ~ for B and W Wednesday



Sun is out again today and things are looking up for Cape Ann MA. We will even be able to get out for a longer walk later today.
The light has changed and there is slight feeling of another season to come soon. Reality of New England helps to remind me that 'change' is what we live with each moment.  Though, I try my best to 'live in the now', prepare and be discipline yet spontaneous as well. When I 'let it be', life flows. When I try to 'control too much', the universe has its chuckle and lets me know just how little control any of us have. What are you trying to control today?



We are sharing today with these creative bloggers:

carpe diem haiku
creative everyday
rurality blog hop
like christmas every day

live out loud


Wishing you the best in each 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, ArtMuse Dog ^_^








QUOTE FOR THE DAY: 'The poet lights the light and fades away. But the light goes on and on.'
~ Emily Dickinson



29 comments:

  1. Terrific! It's always about the hair isn't it? !!

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  2. Your hair is perfect
    In all human vanity
    The world's a mess

    JzB

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  3. The grackles look green in their iridescence - thot they were parrots! great photos - I was getting my feet soaked at Stage Fort today too...
    And no, your hair looks fine...

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  4. I am a control freak as well! I try to control everything. Nature has a great way of bringing me back down to Earth :)

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  5. is my hair a mess?
    hahaha love that last line ^^

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  6. Your photos really depict how cold it is there. Hope you enjoyed the walk. :)

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  7. Art Muse has to be careful not to get lost in all the snow!! My hair is never in place - I would have trouble with being vain. Love your haiku.

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  8. Beautiful pictures ! but still snow ! I am so longing for spring :) !

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  9. I don't think I am going to control a lot today. But I must do some springcleaning. This afternoon I get a student who had problems with English grammar and therefore hated English. That was before December, now she loves it because we read a lot and while reading we try to find the grammatical facts. She can relate the story we read in English and we do have an English conversation afterwards. She is getting high marks now and feels more comfortable. That is what I am going to prepare this morning.

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  10. Hair is first thing we look at as we met someone else ... so yeah the hair has to be good. We all have some vanity in us. What a nice haiku Carol.

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  11. Actually, my hair is a mess. I forgot to take a peak this morning when I got up from a sound sleep with DS's slight panic of something gone awire with his computer. As it turned out a funky virus buried itself into his system and I am now in the process of debugging it with the help of Norton. lol

    Now for your photos...I just love the last one! I know you guys really got quite a bit of white stuff. I bet it was a beautiful scene, but I know the winters are so long for you northeasterner. It'll be nice when spring arrives. Thanks for visiting!

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  12. Such beautiful pictures, you certainly live in a beautiful part of the world.

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  13. Wishing we got a bit of that snow here in Maryland! Crossing my fingers for a little bit tonight or this weekend before spring arrives!

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  14. brrr. :) glad the birds are still finding some seeds.

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  15. beautiful pictures...i am trying to control my urge to just be lazy and go do my workout...then time to control the laundry!

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  16. Very smart... and wonderful pictures too. I like that very much. :-)

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  17. Love the black and white, the colors, the haiku - everything! Between you and this other photo blog I follow, I'm compelled to include more poetry in my posts. Last weekend I went hiking and a haiku just came to me. I couldn't write it down so I "texted" myself on my phone. I'm going to publish it tomorrow. Thank you for the inspiration! :)

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  18. I love the snow picture, partly because we never get snow here and partly because it's black and white! Just lovely. Good luck in the contest!

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  19. Very nice pictures, and for the vain always claim a bad hair day.

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  20. The first shot depicts a very cold wintery day. :)
    The sunlight and shadows in the last shot are lovely! Love when the sun sparkles on the snow.
    Your haiku made me smile!

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  21. I love the photo of the harbor. Cape Ann scenery is always lovely!

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  22. Love the black and white photo, and art muse dog looks so cute. Love the quotations and poetry, helps to calm a ruffled spirit.

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  23. Glad the storm blew by and life will be back to normal soon. Lovely scene in the harbor~

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  24. Great image series showing Carol. Wishing you a great Valentines Day ♥ :)

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  25. Visiting from the B&W Wednesday Challange ... lovely images!
    I especially like your first one of the harbor, and the b/w image ... yes, I love the snow ... always have, always will! Just can't ever seem to get enough! Maybe I should move to New England, Minnesota, or Michigan ....... :)

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  26. Wonderful series of images... lovely wintry harbor scene... glad all will be returning to normal soon... as to hair, well, I won't go there! Thank you for joining in 'Rurality Blog Hop #2' Hope to see you next Wednesday for #3...

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  27. Beautiful photos. I always enjoy visiting you.

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


thanks ^_^