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7/2/13

Wed and Thurs Haiku and Photography


Living on Cape Ann MA ~ Water everywhere and lots from the Sky lately for Water World Weds Link



The Northeast and Cape Ann MA have had lots of rain and thunderstorms almost daily ~ for Out Door Weds Link



haiku for Carpe Diem ~ 'prompt' ~ Intolerance



'A Bit of Color' ~ 'G' for Geranium for Alphabe Thursday Link



Another 'Grey' Day on Cape Ann ~ 'Mr and Mrs' for Rurality Blog Link


Welcome to 'water world' is right. June on Cape Ann MA was mostly rainy and grey days. July has just begun and we seem locked in this rain, thunderstorms, humidity and 'wet' weather pattern. The upside is everything is very green and lush and over growing every where. Wish we could send some of this weather to the Southwest where they are dry with very high temps. Do hope you enjoy our photography and haiku despite the grey days.

We linked with the following creative bloggers:

water world wednesday
outdoor wednesday
carpe diem haiku

alphabe thursday
rurality blog hop

Happy Fourth of July to those in the USA.


Wishing you the best in each day. xxooo


Your posted comments always delight us in every way.




QUOTE FOR THE DAY:
'One touch of nature makes the whole world kin.' ~ Shakespeare




 

34 comments:

  1. lovely haiku and as always- I melt over your beautiful waterscapes!

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  2. wonderful photos of a 'soupy' glosta...the light is ethereal....

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  3. The sun is on the way! I'm a bit south of you and it was out this afternoon! Lovely thoughts and photos in spite of the gray days!OK.So.I'm.Intolerant

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  4. Unfortunately, some people still haven't got the hang of celebrating differences!

    Intolerance

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  5. Looks to me like Cape Ann is an amazingly beautiful spot! Love your photos!

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  6. Now I've got Dido in my head after reading your haiku Carol!

    Tolerance Tested

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  7. Lovely photos! Especially love the moody tones of the first three scenes.

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  8. Beautiful photos, and I really like that haiku.

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  9. Beautiful photos, and I really like the haiku.

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  10. Wonderful series, Carol.
    Thanks for dropping by :)

    http://www.1sthappyfamily.com/2013/07/water-channel.html

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  11. Wonderful Haiku. Happy fourth to you as well. My favorite holiday.

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  12. Google is acting weird again ~ testing my comment section ~ Happy 4th to all ^_^

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  13. The geraniums are beautiful and so are the photos of the Cape even if it is drenched in rain.

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  14. Beautiful photos, Carol. You are so talented! Thanks for sharing and have a lovely 4th of July!

    Hugs!

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  15. Raising a white flag is the only thing to do sometimes!

    Intolerance

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  16. Love the haiku, and your photos are spectacular.

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  17. The shots are beautiful
    Haiku is worth celebrating
    Happy 4th

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  18. I always enjoy duck photos! What a beautiful area. Have a great 4th.

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  19. Beautiful photos and Happy 4th of July!

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  20. That first shot is breathtaking!

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  21. Love all your shots....but the geranium is a stand out for me♫ My Letter G: http://lauriekazmierczak.com/generally-pleasing-results/

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  22. Happy 4th of July,Carol. This post awesome! Thanks for dropping by.

    Hugs,
    Scudss

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  23. Those geraniums were certainly an unexpected pop of color after the grey of the first photos! Lovely!

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  24. what beautiful clouds, even though they have a bunch of rain in them. We in the midwest always desire the rain too. It's dry in Oklahoma... {:-Deb

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  25. Your red geraniums are beautiful!

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  26. Beautiful captures love it!

    Thank you for joining Water World Wednesday
    Kim,USA

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  27. All that rain sure keeps it beautiful!

    =)

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  28. You make me want to go buy some geraniums for my front porch - I think I'll just do that!

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  29. beautiful photos Carol, Cape Ann is a wonderful place

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  30. The water views are soothing during our little heat wave. We're not used to too much heat out here - we'll be heading for our shore soon.

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  31. I know it's summer and we long for sunny days, but I love the atmosphere of these photos. I love a bit cloudy and foggy days on the sea side. It's a great weather for walking (if there is no pouring rain).

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  32. lovely photos and haiku!
    It's been very wet here in the Midwest as well.

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  33. Geraniums are always so grandly happy!

    I love all your photos, though.

    I think maybe the water views are my favorite this week, though.

    Anything that feels vaguely cooling in these triple digit high humidity July days!

    Thank you for linking.

    A+

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


thanks ^_^