Monday and Tuesday Photography and Haiku


Sunday Sailboat in Cape Ann Harbor for Happy Blue Monday link.


haiku for Carpe Diem Haiku ~ prompt 'longing for the unknown'.



Coming in to Honolulu Harbor for Travel Photo Discovery link



After the Rain for Macro Monday2 link



Ten Pound Island in Cape Ann MA Harbor ~ You guessed it ~ Named for amount that was paid to the Native Americans for the Island ~ for Our World Tuesday link.



Happy Monday to you. Here we are looking forward to respite from a delightful and creative weekend. Back to the sacred in the ordinary, doing laundry, picking up house and you know the routine. Perhaps, yours is a bit different yet similar. Hope you enjoy our post today and that you will find some inspiration here.

We are linked with the following creative bloggers:

happy blue monday
carpe diem haiku
travel photo discovery
macro monday 2
our world tuesday

Wishing you the best in each day. xxooo

Your comments continue to delight us in every way.



QUOTE FOR THE DAY: 'Satisfaction lies in the effort not in the attainment, full effort is full victory.' ~ Mahatma Ghandi


Comments

  1. More lovely photos Carol, so uplifting. I loved them all but enjoyed the leaf with all the raindrops on them. Have a great week :)

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  2. Letting go can be the bravest thing one does ...jumping right into the unknown! Beautiful macro shot!

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  3. Beautiful images and lovely haiku too!

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  4. Beautiful shots of the place with very lovely words.

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  5. As usual, a joyful visit to your blog.
    In your haiku,
    "distillation of life's path"
    is a lovely line.
    Peace
    Siggi

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  6. Hi,Carol. Your Haiku is very impressive. Expressing the deep meaning of our life. The sailboat photo is very fantastic too. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Beautiful blue water.

    Thanks for playing.

    Happy Blue Monday, Carol.

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  8. Wonderful post ... I like the haiku you've shared Carol.

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  9. The Sunday sail boating looks wonderful, wish I was there.
    Ann

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  10. Letting go.. what can be stronger than that if you longs for the unknown... lovely.

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  11. those are beautiful worlds to visit today, thanks for joining on Travel Photo Mondays

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  12. to be afloat / glorious
    and your haiku is a perfect fit

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  13. I love your first shot with the sailboats and pretty blue water. Gorgeous photo and a lovely haiku! Have a happy week!

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  14. It would be wonderful to be able to let go of the mundane and take off on a sailboat for parts unknown, thanks for the beautiful images and dream.

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  15. Beautiful shots and words. Makes me wish I was sailing.

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  16. Lovely watery shots and great haiku! Thanks as always for sharing! Hope you have a good week, Carol!!

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  17. Lovely! I especially like the leaf with the water droplets. Simple yet stunning!

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  18. What a variety of photos and words. Very nice post.

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  19. Great post!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  20. Beautiful photos! I love the leaf with the water droplets. Have a great day!

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  21. Lovely series of photos!
    I especially like the raindrops on the leaf.
    Have a wonderful day!
    Lea
    Lea's Menagerie

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  22. Such a beautiful collection of photos and as always your poetry. I'm kinda' like a starstruck little kid, but its fun to hear that even as creative a person as you has to spend a day doing laundry once in a while ;>)!

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  23. Beautiful shots! I love the water drops on the leaf!

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  24. "The sacred in the ordinary" - what a Quaker would call 'that of God'. I love it!

    To me, the leaf with water drops on it is a perfect example, and very beautiful!

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  25. Wonderful series of photos! The leave is also my favorite! :)

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  26. Lovely haiku...letting go. Love the photo of wet leaf.

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