Poet and Photography Saturday

Moon Light Reflecting over Cape Ann MA for Weekend Reflections





Snow on Cape Ann MA ~ for BW Weekend









For Carpe Diem Haiku ~ prompt 'sakura'





Hi All ~ Hope you enjoy the photography and haiku poetry. Glad to have you stop by. New England is expecting a major snow storm starting Friday and continuing to Sunday. I will do my best to keep up with comments depending on what the weather brings. In the meantime, I treasure your creative blogs and comments here at A Creative Harbor. We believe everyone is creative and creativity is enriching to the soul which is why there is art, photography and poetry on our blog usually every day.


We are linked with these creative bloggers today:

Weekend Reflections
Black and White Weekend
Carpe Diem Haiku
Creative Everyday


Hope you will check out the creativity found on these blogs. Enjoy.


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, ArtMuse Dog ^_^


QUOTE FOR THE DAY: ' Your work is to discover your work and then with all your heart to give yourself to it.'~ Buddha







Comments

  1. Cherry blossoms = mortality so true !
    I love the way you have a background on your haiku makes them even more special

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  2. The moon photo is just gorgeous! So creative and beautiful. Hope you and ArtMuse Dog stay safe and warm during the storm!

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  3. Beautiful captures for the day, Carol! Lovely reflections on the water!! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!!

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  4. I love the soothing grays against the whites in your photographic compositions. Blessings!

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  5. Love your take on the prompt!! I too bypassed the drums in favor of the cherry blossoms! Your photos are wonderful as always!

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  6. enchanting haiku for an ephemeral blossom! I also love the exquisite stationery background.

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  7. Beautiful photographs and beautiful haiku. I am impressed how creative and inspiring you are every day. Thank you Carol. XX

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  8. Fragile those blossoms
    All things come and all things go
    So -- carpe diem

    JzB

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  9. lovely haiku on the fragility of sakura and life.. i always love your accompanying photos and background ^^

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  10. Beautiful haiku on sakura. The blossom is stunning but it will soon fade. One can appreciate the beauty while it lasts

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  11. gorgeous images Carol and beautiful Haiku... stay warm. It is one heck of a storm, I'm curious to see how much really falls by tomorrow afternoon.

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  12. Thanks for visiting my blog today. It is good to see a Gloucester-based blog. I grew up half an hour down route 128 and my family has multiple connections to Salem State. I hope the blizzard treats you kindly.

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  13. Love the white of the snow contrasting with the dark tangle of woods!

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  14. Wonderful shots of Cape Ann! Hope you all are spared the heavy snow that's coming.

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  15. The moon reflection is gorgeous! Stay warm -- lots of snow in NY, too :)

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  16. Nice B&W of the snow and foliage (resting as it may be).

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  17. Awesome haiku Carol ... the fragility of Sakura caught in a few words ... her life short but full of joy.

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  18. My favorite photo this week is the black and white with the birds in the trees. Lovely haiku as well, Carol. I hope you are safe and warm tonight!

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  19. Lovely as always! Stay safe and warm.

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  20. Great post! Beautiful images and lovely haiku.

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  21. Love the photo of the moon and your quote for the day!

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  22. Wonderfully done B&W!
    http://amitaag.blogspot.in/2013/02/lampshade-and-shade.html

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  23. We are going to celebrate Chinese New Year tomorrow.

    Life is good.

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  24. Beautiful photos and poem Carol.

    I hope the storm isn't too bad.
    Stay safe and warm

    Fiona

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  25. Lovely poem and photos Carol.

    I hope that the storm passes quickly.

    Take care and stay safe and warm

    Fiona

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  26. Beautiful haiku.
    I hope the storm passes off peacefully! Stay safe!

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  27. I find myself railing often against the shortness of life. I wonder if the cherry blossom does the same...

    Drumming haiku

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  28. Beautiful photography and haiku,,,reflections for the weekend to come,,,

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  29. The weather looks quite grey in your place too... The morning picture looks like an end of afternoon light... Great composition.

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  30. Beautiful shots and haiku. I hope you are staying warm and don't lose power in the storm.

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  31. Love your moon photo and that haiku! <3 So poignant!

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  32. I love the moonlight picture.
    raging seas
    moonlight sinking ship
    seamen lost

    And your haiku is great as well.

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  33. such wonderful photos, especcially the one with the moonlight! Amazing shot :) so full of magic!

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  34. Beautiful but I have to wonder how much snow you have now! Hope all is well.

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  35. Carol, this might be a repeat post... Google was giving me a little bit of trouble. I hope you can throw one of them away if it is.! Beautiful pictures and haiku. They always seem to tie together so beautifully on your combo posts.

    I hope you and the wonderful ArtMuse puppy are staying warm and cozy and dry in this awful weather. Take care!!!

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  36. I so love the clouds. I love the changing weather. And I didn't mind the big storm!
    Cheers from Cottage Country!

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  37. I love the pictures, particularly the one from snow. They are beautiful!!! Here we don't have snow, just in the mountains and we took our kids to enjoy some of that this morning.

    Have a great day!
    Nora

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  38. Good tree-shapes against the snow.

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  39. I love reading your beautiful haiku and photo page... A feast for the heart and eyes. TY! :-)
    Eliz

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