Photography,Poetry and Art Wednesday

Winter again on Cape Ann MA
for Rurality Thursday and Creative Everyday



Low Tide at Cape Ann MA ~ Rocky Coast
for Walk and Click




Blizzard of 2013 beginning on Cape Ann MA
for Wednesday Photo



Carpe Diem Haiku ~ prompt 'strangers' (wrote this before your post)



We are sharing with these creative bloggers:

carpe diem haiku
wednesday photos
walk and click
rurality photos
creative every day


Bet you are real tired of snow photos. I am; yet, that is all that is visible in my 'neck of the woods'. Spring is coming. Enjoy ^_^

Wishing you the best in every day.


Your comments delight us in every way. Thanks ^_^




QUOTE FOR THE DAY: 'Every artist dips his brush in his own soul and paints his own nature.' ~ Henry Ward Beecher


Comments

  1. Your world shows a lot of different sceneries and the rocky beach looks like the beaches I saw in Tasmania. Impressive! Thank you!

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  2. I can't wait til spring! Looks like you got a lot of snow in the blizzard. Bet you are ready for spring, too!

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  3. always a wild storm
    in the depth of winter
    stranger to myself

    Cheers!
    JzB

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  4. Vilka vackra foton. Det första är verkligen bedårande. fast det är ett vinterkort så gillar jag det. Annars föredra jag sommar och värme. Ha en bra fortsatt vecka

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  5. Sometimes me, myself and I are all the company one needs! Your photos are lovely, though I'm sure you have had enough snow!!

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  6. To be a stranger to oneself is the strangest experience of all...

    All the Young Strangers

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  7. hope the snow goes away and spring flowers bloom...your photos are lovely of the snow and I have enjoyed them, as we had no snow.

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  8. Lovely shots, never tire of snow photos as we don't get that here.

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  9. Wonderfully composed haiku on 'strangers', and I love the photos you have used in this post.
    Namaste

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  10. me , myself and I could make 3 different strangers :)
    Interesting thought !

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  11. Beautiful snowy tree against the blue sky.

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  12. Beautiful photos! I am from Massachusetts but, I have never been to Cape Ann. It's looks beautiful!

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  13. Are you as ready for spring as I am? Goodness gracious... That beach looks chilly but I bet in summer it is so soothing!

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  14. beautiful pics! thanx for sharing with us :)

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  15. Beautiful photos. That haiku stirs something deep in one's heart.

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  16. Yes. I am quite done with taking snow photos. Ready for a little bit of color :)

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  17. I wish the 'wind and storm' to stay strangers .... maybe they wouldn't stop by so often!

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  18. do you think it will ever stop snowing up there?!

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    1. Maybe by summer ~ we are all very tired of this weather ~ enjoy your day ~ ^_^

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  19. If I didn't have snow photos, I'm not sure what I'd photograph right now! The snow is in the foothills and on the mountains, so everything in the valley is really drab. I love your snow photos....and I just saw a weather map that indicates your part of the country is supposed to get warmer. ;-)

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  20. We have been woefully lacking in the snow department this season so far. So I enjoy seeing other's who are enjoying it. Love that first shot in particular.

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  21. Ha, nope, not tired of the snow pics at all. We rarely see it here so for me it's a treat!

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  22. Lovely images. I can relate to being tired of the snow, having formerly lived with "lake effect" snow in northern Indiana.

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  23. I'm getting tired of taking snow photos, though I don't really mind the snow. Your shot of the tree branches is pretty - that was the way mine looked Monday morning, but it quickly melted. I guess a little Spring color will be nice.

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  24. Beautiful snow...but, yes, everyone is ready for spring!!

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  25. Beautiful winter pictures. I like your haiku!

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  26. No, not tired of snow photos, but even though I would love to see snow here, I know you are getting tired of it by now.

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  27. Lovely as usual. Thank you regularly visiting my blog :-)

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  28. That's a lovely quote by Henry Beecher .... so very true.
    I never tire of snow captures Carol they have an appeal that is different to anything else .... very pleasant to the eyes.

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  29. Love the colors in your fist photo...the blues, and whites in the tree limb are nature's beauty shining through♫ Thanks for commenting on my Bear With Me blog♥

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  30. Your photos are lovely but I must admit we are not missing the snow as we sit on the beach!!
    Thanks for dropping by and visiting!

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  31. This is a delightful post, Carol. Looks like your artmuse assistant took you on some wonderful walks. ;-> I especially like the way the snow-covered tree branches lace the sky. Nice. Love the Haiku ... sounds like the weather is keeping you up at night ... literally. Thanks for joining Walk and Click Wednesdays!!

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  32. Love the light in your pic of the tree... and the snow on the branches!

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  33. Beautiful images! I for one never tire of snow pictures. I guess that's because we get very little snow here and don't have to deal with it!

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  34. Snow photos are so pretty, but shoveling is not. lol

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  35. Oh I love, love, love your quote for the day! This is exactly what I needed to hear today to feel good. Many, many thanks! I will print it and stick it on my monitor in the office. So I can enjoy it tomorrow too!

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  36. Gorgeous photos and beautiful haiku

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  37. Really like the low tide photo, makes me want to be there!
    Xx

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  38. Thank you for joining in 'Rurality Blog Hop #4' Hope to see you next Wednesday for #5...

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