Photography, Haiku, Word Play Wed and Thurs


For Walk and Click ~
On our walk ArtMuse Dog and I saw this kite caught up in the tree.



For Carpe Diem ~ prompt ' hazy moon' ~ 3-27



For Rurality ~ Raven I believe



For Blog Paws ~ 'Do you think I can catch that seagull?'
on Cape Ann MA beach ~ a bit warmer today




For Carpe Diem ~ prompt 'kite' 3-28



For Alphabe Thursday ~ (S)  Sea ~  at Cape Ann Harbor 

Spring is approaching here at Creative Harbor on Cape Ann MA. I see signs of green and flowers shooting up through the ground. We walked again today and although the wind had a bit of a chill, the sun was out and we had a wonderful walk. ArtMuse Dog was able to show off her new 'hair cut' and her pasted on earrings. She is just a 'kool' dog with a very 'hip' groomer. We also visited some people and had great chats and treats for (artmusedog). We checked in with Cape Ann Giclee about the art and photography show for 'friends of the blog' Good Morning Gloucester which is this Friday night. Anna and James are very professional and creative people and am looking forward to having my giclee photography in the show and continuing to work with them in the future. Check them out ~ great people.

Hope all is well with you and that good weather is upon you.

We are linked today and thursday with these creative bloggers:

walk and click
rurality
carpe diem
blogpaws

alphabe thursday


Wishing you the best in each day.


Your posted comments continue to delight us in every way.



QUOTE FOR THE DAY: 'Out of this nettle, danger, we pluck this flower, safety.' ~ Shakespeare






Comments

  1. Oh wonderful! A one line haiku!

    "oracle of rain and snow" Awesome!

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  2. I love the idea of spring showing signs of coming...

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  3. Wonderful One-line haiku Carol on Hazy Moon and already a haiku for the next day 'kite', awesome. Again a joy to read this post, with all those wonderful pictures.

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  4. Love artmuse's new "do". Such a sweet dog. :)

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  5. Spring is approaching here in MI as well
    but with no ETA

    what will your oracle tell me?

    Cheers!
    JzB

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  6. I love your mixture of haiku and photos.

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  7. Dear Carol,
    Your photos are gorgeous, your haiku beautiful and your puppy adorable ! :) Thank you for stopping by pret-a-vivre.
    BTW, we have a weekly linky party, won't you come by and join us? :)

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  8. Great post. Your photographs are beautiful and I like the haikus a lot.

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  9. Oh, I love that dog! Cute new do. As always, beautiful photos!
    hugs,
    Jann

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  10. Have not tried one line haiku yet. Don't know guidelines. Brave you and well done!

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  11. Thanks, Carol, for your taking part in today's meme. Spring has arrived here as well, but it is still very cold, especially the wind is icy! Have a great day with your ArtMuse Dog! He looks great with his new hairdo.
    Wil, ABCW Team.

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  12. I never tried a one line haiku, but yours inspire me !!!

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  13. Given both elements, the moon is no match! Nicely Carol!

    Hank

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  14. Hi! Beautiful photos and a coupleof cool Haiku. Did you make a Haiku just watching a kite on the tree?
    Wishing you a wonderful day.

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  15. Fantastic tree shots and incredible infinity shot of the water.

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  16. You have one of the best blogs. Beauty, inspiration, and peace. Thank you.

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  17. It seems like your part of the country is fated to get snow no matter what kind of moon is out!

    Hazy Moon

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  18. Spring is slowly approaching. Glad you see signs. Happy WW!

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  19. I often feel sad when I see a kite stuck up in a tree -- sad for the kite-flyer and sad for the kite. :)

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  20. Thanks for stopping by today! Tell ArtMuse Dog that I've tried to catch seagulls and never yet succeeded - they always fly away!

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  21. Those seagulls are very hard to catch! Happy WW!

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  22. Such a cute dog! I especially love the sky with the clouds in the kite photo. Very nice! Thanks for "hopping" by my blog and taking the time to comment. :)
    Lynne @ a "new" Jersey Girl

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  23. I always loved flying kites when I was a kid.

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  24. I guess there were no adults to guide the hands of that 'tree-kite'....The one-line haiku is really lovely - hope the oracle predicts no more snow! Heh, Zoe, to catch a seagull you'd have to sprout wings, or at least longer legs! As always, today's post was so entertaining..

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  25. No spring in sight here in Belgium ! still cold and nothing grows !

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  26. Hi guys - beautiful photos and poems! Your doggy is adorable!

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  27. Lovely one line haiku, and a kite haiku including picture.. really a good day.

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  28. What a handsome fellow in his vest! :) Love that one-liner, Carol.

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  29. A walk on the beach sounds wonderful! Artmusedog looks as though she's enjoying herself :-)

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  30. I love the tree kite photo, it has a magical quality to it. And the one line haiku is beautifully done. Just another great walk with you and your cute puppy!

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  31. Great photos! This is my first visit to your site and it is lovely. I must say I would certainly like a nice ocean view on my walks. That sounds wonderful!

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  32. Wonderful photos. You're so creative with words! Thanks for stopping by my blog today. I appreciate it :)

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  33. What a beautiful blog! So glad to have stopped by!

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  34. I bet he would love to get that seagull. It is still cold here and a nice WARM beach would be great for a couple of days.

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  35. so glad to hear spring is arriving in your area and that you are part of a photography show...how fun!!

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  36. I do enjoy your walks and the inspiration they bring you :)

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  37. Enjoyed your series of photos...that kite has seen better days!

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  38. Artmusedog is so cute in her jacket and new haircut....She must be a delight to have as your sidekick.....

    Beautiful editing on these photographs; I personally love the pale colors you have used and especially the tree with the raven shot..

    Thanks for visiting me today; I hope you will come again....

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  39. Love your images and wonderful haiku poetry!

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  40. I'm not seeing ArtMuse Dog's earrings (she must have taken them off) but her new hair style and spiffy jacket are quite lovely!

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  41. I hope spring arrives soon where you are. We are in full-blown spring, just suddenly.

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  42. Your pictures are saying "Spring" all the way. Nice "S" word for the season.
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  44. Hello, Carol. I am in love with ArtMuse Dog, the animal and the name! It certainly means alot to hear you tell me that I have beautiful photographs!! That is quite a compliment coming from you. Yours are outstanding. Thanks for visiting the Cottage..Hope you have a wonderful Easter..Happy Wednesday..Judy

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  45. Love your sea picture. It looks so calm. We have had only one day of calm seas in the past few weeks. I can't wait for spring.

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  46. Love,love the kite in the tree photo! Your dog is the best groomed puppy ever! :)

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  47. You are creative and inspirational here!

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  48. lovely piece of heaven :) .... and yes - the peacock is real :)

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  49. Gorgeous post as always Carol! Happy Easter to you..

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  50. Hi again Carol! Love the post – great pics!

    And yes, Spring's arrived here too (more or less!).

    Have a great Alphabe-Thursday and weekend too!

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  51. Lovely1 I always enjoy visiting your blog!

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  52. I can imagine a few adults giggling on seeing kites too.

    Kites

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  53. I have never seen this coat on her before...what a cutie as always!!

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  54. I love the tree photos. A kite in a tree is as much a portent of spring as the blossoms! Thanks for visiting my blog on the other side of the country.
    Sherry, Alanis & Miro

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  55. waiting waiting waiting for spring out here....

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  56. That one line haiku is a gem and your cute dog, what can I say, it was love at first sight for me-- he is adorable!

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  57. It's been very windy in Warsaw today, perfect weather for flying a kite.

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  58. Your Haiku on the hazy moon fits perfectly with the full moon last night... My S: http://lmkazmierczak.blogspot.com/2013/03/satans-standing-room.html

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  59. Well done! You're truly amazing...:)

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  60. Looks like the birds and the pup are searching, searching, searching for warmer temperatures and signs of spring! :)

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  61. The colors in these photos are nothing short of dreamy!

    =)

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  62. the kite shot made me sad, thinking of Charlie Brown! the sea shot is very peaceful.

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  63. Beautiful photos and great haiku.

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  64. "For Rurality ~ Raven I believe" is such a wonderful line - and I love the picture - no one could welcome the unfurling leaves more but I shall miss the bare branches and the opportunity for a long satisfying look at their denizons

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  65. So sad that the kite got caught by the tree monster, Carol. ;-< I LOVE your sweet little artmuse dog on the beach. What's his name? Thanks for visiting Walk and Click Wednesday!

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  66. Such a lovely dog and wonderful set of photos. One line Haiku is awesome, too. I always your posts :)

    Have a lovely Easter Weekend!

    Scudds

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  67. I love the hazy moon haiku and the phrase too. :-)
    Eliz

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  68. Sounds like a Splendid walk by the Sea...

    Splendid photographs for a Spectacular post...

    Super job!

    A+

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