Poets, Photographers and Artists Tuesday


For Ruby Tuesday 


Welcome to A Creative Harbor in MA ~ USA. It has either been snowing here or freezing cold so have resorted to some indoor photos ~ Colorful but not as exciting as nature photos.


For Cape Diem Haiku and Creative Everyday



For Our World Tuesday




Pretty window above and outside it is Winter. Extremely cold and windy and snow! We are trying to keep warm in Our World.

'D' for Darn Cold ~ for ABC Wednesday



I think by now you get the idea ~ It is cold.

We are linked today with the following creative blogs:



carpe diem haiku
creative everyday
ruby tuesday 2
our world tuesday



abc wednesday


Several of these blogs are 'across the pond' as they say and so get posted ahead of USA time.  


Hope you enjoyed your visit and breathed in all the creative energy both here and at other blogs.


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: 'Invisible threads are the strongest ties.'
Friedrich Nietzsche ~










Comments

  1. Your world does look very cold right now! I love your banner...we watched the sunset tonight and I took a few photos! Enjoy your week!

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  2. pretty awesome window :)yup i think too that people are created to be joyful by nature, so long as we don't kill it first with selfish thoughts and discontent. well-penned haiku :)

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  3. Wonderful look at your snowy world, Carol!! Hope you have a great week!

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  4. Awesome post Carol. Nice pictures giving me a feeling of warmth and joy. The haiku you share here on joyful is really stunning. Strong in it's words and in it's deeper meaning. Staying close to nature gives me always a feeling of joy. Thank you for sahring.

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  5. Hi Carol and your artistic dog, (haha), it is really different when an artist looks at objects. I wonder why when i see the objects through their eyes, i immediately say they are lovely, but i can't isolate them on my own from the wide angle views around! Keep warm...

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  6. I like your nature haiku and beautiful photography.

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  7. Beautiful haiku and I like the image for Our World Tuesday. A lovely winter scene.

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  8. Great shots Carol,I like your front door! Keep warm.

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  9. The closer to nature I am the more joy is in my heart! Lovely post by a soul brave enough to get these photos OUTDOORS!

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  10. Hi Carol! Oh dear you just had to take a photo of that marvelous piece of pottery in your kitchen didn't you? I am such a junkie when it comes to wonderful pieces of any type dish ware.

    I love that piece and your window too. The entire post is wonderful including your haiku!

    I hope you're having a wonderful week. I will share on Google and tweet for you! :-)

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  11. Joy in the heart
    Warm comfort
    In Winter's cold

    Cheers!
    JzB

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  12. What a lovely window shot! Keep warm.

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  13. Nice haiku and I love the visuals, too.

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  14. I adore the photo taken through the window. How creative.

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  15. I have a friend at work who does lead-light windows like the one in your picture - I keep meaning to try to organise to take some pictures through them!

    Stewart M - Melbourne

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  16. I am not that far from you " as the crow flies ". It is quite cold and windy here in Quebec. Looking forward to seeing you post some "spring" pictures

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  17. It sure does look cold - you'll appreciate spring so much when it comes.

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  18. Lovely photos Carol, but looks SO COLD there, brrr. (have to admit it has been fairly cold here, but yesterday the temp actually hit the dizzy heighths of 10c..yay).

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  19. I love this pottery design. I too use the same concept for my cooking utensils. GMTA, I guess. And that lead glass window...I love that.

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  20. I liked the pics, particularly the bench shot.

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  21. Hi Caroll,
    The scenery through the pretty widow looks different and more beautiful.
    I love your Haiku where deep poetic taste is condensed.
    In Nara, now it is so cold. We may have snowfall tomorrow.
    Have a great week!
    keiko

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  22. Love your photo for Our World Tuesday!

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  23. Looks cold in the pic, but the haiku warmed me up.

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  24. I love this pot ! it's very much to my taste !
    Please put a link to your blog on your Google + page, I always have to look in your "about". I don't want to subscribe to this thing, lol !

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  25. Brrr, it looks cold! I can't wait until it warms up so we can both get outside and take some photos :)

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  26. Very nice haiku :-) joy is in nature.

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  27. Such a beautiful jar!

    Visiting from Ruby Tuesday.
    My RUBIES
    Your comment is always appreciated.

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  28. Quite a beautiful shot with all lines and shapes they form.

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  29. Beautiful images .. and calm. ;-)
    Eliz

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  30. Awesome haiku here. The pictures complement your haiku. I love the picture with snow. Being one with nature is really a wonderful feeling.
    Cheers!

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