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7/30/13

Photography and Haiku Wed and Thur.


Fishing Trawler on Cape Ann MA heading for Port ~ for Water World link



Black and White Photo for My Memory Art Link for BW photo



haiku for Carpe Diem Haiku link - prompt ~ 'miracles'



Kite in the Tree for Alphabe Thurs Link for 'K'



Beauty in the Trees ~ for Rurality Blog link


Welcome to our Wednesday and Thursday post. All our photos are taken on Cape Ann MA - either in Gloucester, Rockport, Manchester or Essex. Life is beautiful on the water all year but especially in the 'good old summertime'.

We are linked today to these creative bloggers:

water world weds
my memory art

 carpe diem haiku

alphabe thurs
rurality blog link


Wishing you the best in each day. xxooo

Thanks also for your prayers and healing energy.

Your posted comments always delight us in every way. Thanks.



QUOTE FOR THE DAY: 'As soon as a healing takes place, go out and heal somebody else.' ~ Maya Angelou

31 comments:

  1. Your haiku words are the truest thought there is! Everyday a million miracles!!

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  2. Love the kite in the tree. Great photos and haiku!!

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  3. Love the kite in the tree. Great photo to go with your miracles haiku. I can hear the "ahhhhhhhh" in chorus in my head.

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  4. hello Carol, the image with the fishing boat is wonderful, instantly reminds me of wonderful cruises, where the sun shone like silver in the sea ...

    Greetings from Geli

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  5. May we never lose sight and appreciation of the everyday miracles.

    Hazel

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  6. Oh I love to come by and get a bit of seaside through your blog!

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  7. As always, your posts are a delight and joy. Thanks for sharing :)

    Hugs!

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  8. your pictures are unique - love the trees! and a special message in your exceptional haiku - miracles DO happen, large and small....

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  9. The "trick" to miracles is in the seeing. If we don't see them for what they are, then they are just ho-hum experiences.

    Red Macro Miracle Flower

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  10. Love the seaside. Wish I lived closer than 3 hours away to the ocean!

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  11. great photos - water is always alive
    miracles always in the making

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  12. I love the sight of the fishing trawler ~ brings me back to vacation in Boothbay, hearing gulls overhead and the beautiful smell of the sea ~ Indeed the rock is a miracle, something taken for granted and your Haiku brought that to my attention! Love everything about your post including the quote of the day ~ Judi

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  13. Beautiful photography, Carol. I especially love the first two snapshots. :)

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  14. The harbour view is a joy to behold.

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  15. Love the kite in a tree, Carol! The other day, while kayaking I spotted something in the distant treetop and it was a deflated balloon...I actually found myself hoping that no birds digest any of it!....:)JP

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  16. My favorite is the b&w beach shot, stunning...

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  17. I bet that kite has quite a view. :))

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  18. The trees. I really love the trees.

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  19. Looks like I could have been flying that kite. I've never been good with those things. I absolutely love the black and white beach shot.

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  20. They truly are made of everyday things! I love your poem and your pictures.

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  21. I wrote about kites, too. Love the photos.

    =)

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  22. Love the beach view! Sorry the kite got stuck:(

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  23. Love your photos and words.
    Thanks for dropping by. Thanks for your nice attention too.

    www.1sthappyfamily.com

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  24. Love your words and photos.
    Thanks for dropping by. Thanks for your nice attention too.

    www.1sthappyfamily.com

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  25. It's a Charlie Brown kite-eating tree!!
    Oliver says thanks for leaving your comment on his post!

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  26. Awesome shots love it!

    Thank you for joining Water World Wednesday
    Kim,USA

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  27. Those two trees at the end are pretty nifty. They'd be scary at Halloween!

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  28. Love the words you use here today and the photos are wonderful! Good to see you here and I hope your weekend is wonderful!

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  29. great set of photos! Your haiku is perfect!

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  30. I absolutely love the kite in a tree photograph...

    You have such a keen ability of finding kool images!

    Sending a kiss our way for such a killer "K" post!

    Thanks for linking.

    A+

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


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