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5/19/13

Photography and Poetry Mon,Tues


I have loved Tugboats since I was a child and this one is in 'dry dock' for repairs at the Oldest Shipyard in the USA
for Mosaic Monday



A View from the window of my Photography Gallery on Rocky Neck, Cape Ann MA  for Happy Blue Monday



Healthy way of life ~ 'temperance' prompt for Carpe Diem Haiku




Buttercup are always a delight ~ for Monday Mellow Yellows



Spring Poppy for Ruby Tuesday 2


Grateful for the busy weekend setting up the new Photography Gallery on Rocky Neck, Gloucester MA and grateful that I am tired because I living well and living out one of my dreams.
Grateful for all and wishing for you to live your dreams today.


We are linked with these creative bloggers:

mosaic monday
happy blue monday
monday mellow yellows
carpe diem haiku
rubytuesday2

Wishing you the best in each day.


Your posted comments delight us in every way. xxooo






QUOTE FOR THE DAY: '
The camera is my tool. Through it I give a reason to everything around me.' ~ Andre Kertesz

43 comments:

  1. I like tug boats too, we watch them everyday, beautiful photos and lovely haiku today,

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  2. I love the boats in the harbor, beautiful shot. And the poppies are one of my favorite flowers, beautiful capture. I am glad you are able to live your dream, good luck with the gallery. Have a happy week!

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  3. Beautiful hsiku, and the photos are so wonderful. I love ships and shipyards (I was in ROTC).

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  4. Nice post Carol, and that haiku on temperance I like very much.

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  5. i love the flowers... there's a serenity about your haiku that really comes across :)

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  6. Such a happy posts as always.. loved the haiku. I would love to visit your country.

    http://unshakenthoughts.com/2013/05/20/temperance-haiku/

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  7. i like boats in general, but sailboats are my favorite.:p
    cheerful blooms!

    Monday Mellow Yellows

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  8. Wonderful shots. Have a fabulous week!

    Liz (mlc)

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  9. The tug boat does look good.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

    PS; you have added the word "welcome" to the URL on you google+ information - so it does not work!

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  10. Tugs make wonderful subjects to photograph.

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  11. I love tugs too
    they're so sweet and strong

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  12. LOVE your boat pictures, especially surrounded by all the lovely sky and water. Your Haiku this week is very inspiring. Thanks, Carol!

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  13. I'd love to know... how do you get to write OVER your pictures?

    Thanks for playing today.

    Happy Blue Monday, Carol.

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  14. Sally there are a number of software programs that you can buy or free ones online ~ google it as I do not 'give my trade secrets away' I found various photo programs that worked for me ~ also depends on if you have a PC or a Mac ~ hope that helps ~ ^_^

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  15. I'm looking for a clear path, and hope I find it!

    Balanced

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  16. Can't wait to spend time at the lake this summer. Your photos made me think ahead already ^_^ Love your poppy photo I have no luck with this flower. ^_^

    Mary, MI

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  17. I like tugboats - they are big, slow and powerful. Not so much in good looks but with a functional style that is very useful and elegant in its own way...

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  18. Love the Haiku! Happy Monday!

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  19. your photos are fabulous and makes me want to visit! love the tugboat..thanks for sharing!

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  20. Lovely photos, I really like that flower in ruby color, soft and tender...

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  21. I like your temperance poem, and I find your haiga to be inspiring.

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  22. those buttercups brings a smile to my face.

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  23. Carol, thank you so much for your many visits to my posts. I have been having trouble getting to your blog when I go to your link on my comments. I came over to Sally's post and clicked on your thumb print photo and finally got through.

    Your photos are stunning and your art muse pup is adorable. The flower shot is so good. I think it is a poppy. I too like tugboats. Such small boats pulling mighty cruise liners is always a wonder to me.

    Happy days to you,
    xo, Jeanne

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  24. What a inspiring view out your studio window. Love the photos of the tugboats... One of the blessings of internet is getting to know bloggers everywhere. And, in getting to know them, getting to experience their parts of the world.

    Thanks for stopping by and leaving such a nice comment. I am now following on GFC and Networked Blogs.

    A belated Happy Blue Monday.

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  25. Wonderful set of images, great variety.

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  26. Love your pretty blue water. The poppy is just beautiful, as are the rest of the photos.

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  27. Your tugboats are much more colorful than the ones we have in our harbor!!!

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  28. Love tugboats! I was fascinated by them as a child! Gorgeous flower shots too.

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  29. I have never seen a tugboat in person, that's AWESOME!

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  30. Great shots Carol. Love that poppy!

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  31. I love tugboats.. and I have actually cleaned them once working in a shipyard... Lovely haiku

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  32. Tugboats embody a lot of what I wish to be - strong, deliberate, easy to take pictures of. Well, all except the last one. what a great blog you have here. I'll be back!

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  33. Those tugboats still look 'busy' to me although they're on dry dock. I love the image behind your temperance haiku. Beautiful!

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  34. That's a fine looking tugboat. I bet it can't wait to get wet again!

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  35. I love the buttercups and the poppy.

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  36. I love the buttercup and poppy! They are so cheerful. The tugboat shots are wonderful!

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  37. Lovely shots and I always love your quotes and of course Art Muse Dog.

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  38. I love the photos you have of the harbor! Have a great day!

    http://theapels.blogspot.com/2013/05/ww-reading-linky.html

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


thanks ^_^