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8/22/13

Friday SkyWatch And Weekend Photography and Haiku


Moon over Cape Ann Harbor for Sky Watch Friday link



Haiku for Carpe Diem, Haiku My Heart and Haiku Friday links



Look at that 'huntress stance' ~ so serious ~ for Camera Critter's link



Couldn't resist this reflection photo 'right in front of my nose'  for Weekend Reflections link



Overlooking Cape Ann Harbor ~ two little yellow birds check out the 'fixings' ~ Weekly Top Shot link



Cape Ann MA and the Bees are Buzzing ~ Two in one flower ~ I Heart Macro link.




 Life is a day to day process filled with changes as we evolve. It is the 'never ending story' ~ always something to help us know we are alive. Joy and sorrow all part of the same 'coin'. Pray for me.
Send healing energy my way. Thanks.

We are linked with these creative bloggers:

skywatch friday
carpe diem haiku
haiku my heart
haiku friday

camera critters
weekend reflections
weekly top shot
i heart macro


Wishing you the best in each day. xxooo


Your posted comments continue to delight us in every way.




QUOTE FOR THE DAY: ' Keep close to nature's heart.'
~ John Muir

47 comments:

  1. Such a wonderful assortment of photos! Love that full moon and your wee dog especially!

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  2. beautiful Haiku, I enjoyed reading that so much, beautiful photos, what a little sweetie, very handsome!

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  3. oh what glorious photos -they always remind me of how magnificent nature is; of course along with animals, great haikus and a fab photographer!);

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  4. I do love your moon over the harbor, Carol! Lovely haiku and I always love to see your little four-legged friend! Hope you both have a lovely weekend!

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  5. Nice pics, I'm partial to your puppy looking all mean and snarly, or at least trying to.

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  6. Great shots and words. I like that Moon over Cape Ann Harbor.

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  7. All your photos are wonderful but your little pup is adorable, and I enjoyed your haiku's very much! Thank you :)

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  8. Love your first photo! And also the reflection one. I guess those 2 bees are having a good time in their flower:)

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  9. Nice shots ... Great light in your sky shot (first shot).

    Happy SWF!

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  10. As always I love everything you post. Love the little yellow birds they are so sweet. Your pup is just adorable:) Enjoyed your Haiku. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  11. Great series. Very creative and lovely captures.

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  12. I came for Haiku MY Heart. I always enjoy the other subjects and the wonderful photos you display, (really like the reflection one today). What grabbed me today was your short, sweet and to the point request for prayers. More poetic than any verse, allowing yourself to seek support.
    I send the most positive energy I can in your direction. The smoke will rise for you. May Peace engulf you and the outcome be what it needs to be and accepted, courageously.


    Peace

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  13. Your photos are great. I especially like the one with the little yellow birds!

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  14. Beautiful photo shots of your area of the world, Carol. Also, love your little doggie. So cute.

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  15. Ndinombethe. :)


    Sorry. I couldn't resist.

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  16. WISHING YOU THE BEST EACH DAY AS WELL.
    NAMASTE

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  17. What a pretty moon shot. And I love your cute Goldfinches and ArtMuse is adorable as ever. Lovely images and haiku.

    Have a happy weekend!

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  18. Loving all your pics and verse here today Carol, but your little pup 'takes the buscuit'. x

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  19. wonderful photos and words... lovely post...

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  20. such wonderful captures, Carol! may I tell you that I had too difficulty trying to read your haikus? so sorry, but black print on shadowed pavement too hard for these 70 some aged eyes.
    I will be praying for you.

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  21. Those who call to wisdom are not ignored, or so I've found...

    My Lady Wisdom

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  22. lovely shots! beautiful full moon.

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  23. Carol, you are such an extraordinary photographer,
    I hope you are not so sad
    as your melancholy haiku.
    You are right,
    if you don't like what you see
    FLIP THE COIN
    Love to you
    and an extra squirt of strength
    to move this obstacle,
    I am with you♥♥♥

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  24. Lifting you up♫ Your photography and blog is always uplifting♥ Be well.

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  25. It is Fairies dancing in your post.

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  26. Dearest Carol, my love and prayers come your way. I touch the water here and know that the ripples move towards you over there on the side of the country. I trust in this amazing cyber connection that allows us to hold joy and sorrow with each other and witness the beauty that we share. Your haiku touched me deeply as did your request. And yes, I love that "huntress stance." XO

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  27. such a poetic post!!

    all my best wishes for you, Carol.

    xo, isabella

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  28. excellent quote beautiful birds and canine friend

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  29. Good to see your little yellow Goldfinches Carol.

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  30. at the risk of repeating what 37 other commenters have written, I loved the photos and haiku today....my faves: goldfinches, and haiku #3....but all were so well done....thanx again for hosting last nite...I enjoyed myself....

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  31. Oh, my! A feast for the eyes and soul! I can't decide what I love the most. So: I love it all!

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  32. an abundance of beauty Carol, thanks for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro!

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  33. I love your little huntress with her tongue hanging out. She's adorable.

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  34. All are beautiful from words to images

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  35. A friend once told me that when tings aren't going well to remember that "things sometimes change on a dime," and that we're here to learn...praying for you! Great photos!!!

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  36. I love the yellow birds and buzzing bees on the pretty flower. Humble suggestion: can the haiku words be made more visible (hard to read black print on dark gray background in photo). Hope you feel better! :)

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


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