Through the Lens Weekend

Through the lens I feel connected to the universe. carol


A furry critter for Camera Critters link.


'Guess who came to visit and made a home for herself.' for Weekly Top Shot link.


Window Reflection on Cape Ann MA for Weekend Reflections link.



'Gather ye rosebuds while ye may.' ~ for I Heart Macro 2 link




Fog over Cape Ann MA Harbor for Sky Watch Friday link ~
 Actually this was an unusual fog mass as it looked like the world had turned upside down in some areas.



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





We wish you the best in each day. xxooo

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QUOTE TO PONDER: 'The wound is the place where the light enters you.' ~ Rumi

Comments

  1. The fog mass is amazing and what a great capture for the day, Carol!! Hope you have a lovely weekend!

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  2. An interestig fog formation!

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  3. Beautiful pics. The fog bank is quite remarkable.

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  4. beautiful photos and haikus Carol. Love the quote to ponder. I always have a peaceful feeling when I visit here.

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  5. Your second haiku is amazing! I've lived it. And YES!

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  6. Wonderful set of images. I liked the first one very much.

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  7. I love the fog scene, very pretty. And the bunny is adorable. I love the Autumn haiku. Have a happy weekend!

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  8. I love fall even if I have never been anywhere where the season is happening. Glad you featured that in your haiku.

    Sorry I'm late; was out of town (to Singapore).

    Hazel

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  9. If midnight ends a day, is that the end of the circle, or simply the beginning of another? :)

    Circles of Light

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  10. You've said so much in one post!!!!...:)JP

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  11. Nice shot,it does look like the world is upside down.

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  12. I long to see a little autumn color on the trees here in the desert, but my longing goes unfulfilled!

    Unicorns

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  13. Beautiful photo and words, Carol.

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  14. Sweet moments of being captured here !
    Happy Friday !

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  15. ~~vision quest~~

    yes, yes, with fine success !!

    {{ listen,
    dear carol,
    this is the New Moon
    and such a magical*time
    time
    for Beginnings ...

    are you thinking of starting
    something new?
    i ask
    as i see your openness & connectedness
    to Nature around you ... }}


    namaste

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  16. I too noticed that unusual sky.....the haiku trio is great, espec. the 2nd....

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  17. Wonderful post Carol. Your haiku are very nice.

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  18. I love how you captured the fog mass. The rabbit is adorable. I enjoyed all the shots and haiku.

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  19. Wonderful view! Beautiful shots and words! :)

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  20. the pictures and haiku and excellent combination
    thanks for sharing the inspiring beauty

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    1. The Rumi quote reminds me of Leonard Cohens song There is a Crack in Everything..That's how the light gets in". Love your pictures and haiku as always and the perfect way each picture works for the memes.

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  21. I would imagine that the inner light could be blinding at times!

    God Crouches Each Night

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  22. When I first commented on your second haiku, I hadn't realized vision quest was today's prompt! Loved reading it again...and love the bunny ♥

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  23. The Rumi quote reminds me of Leonard Cohen's song "there is a crack in everything, that's how the light gets through". Love the pictures and haiku as always and the way each is perfect for the various memes and still all tie together into one lovely post.

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  24. Ah, you must love fall:) thanks for sharing!

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  25. Fall is a shy season.

    Her face turns red.

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  26. luv the haiku, luv the marcos;

    much love...

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  27. oohh that fog bank! truly amazing!
    love your photos and what a great haiku.

    have a blessed day!

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  28. I am always amazed at how the muse moves through you so often. You make it look easy. :)

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  29. The bunny is so cute. Enjoy your weekend.

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  30. The windows display is very neat with the spiraling leaves and has a wonderful reflection.

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  31. The bunny is cute and the fog is amazing. You can stop with the spider-y shots, though ;)

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  32. Lovely shots, greeting from Belgium

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  33. really great shots. love bunnies :)

    Love them all!

    Have a great rest of the weekend :)

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  34. Rosebuds and luminous fog, romance beyond words . . .

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  35. A sweet little rabbit and glorious sky shot!

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  36. Its not easy taking a photograph of a cobweb. Well done

    PhenoMenon
    http://throodalookingglass.com/2013/09/loavesnlives/

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  37. ein Kaninchen im Garten ist nicht der Hit..niedliche Gesellen wenn sie in der freien Natur hoppeln

    einen LG vom katerchen der DANKE für die schönen Bilder sagt

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  38. lovely photos...nicely done...

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  39. The fog looks amazing, right? Like the haiku and your other shots.
    Thanks for your visit. I've good news, my eye is much better today. Thanks for the healing energy :)

    www.1sthappyfamily.com

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  40. Me too Carol, photography helps me to feel more connected. Beautiful images and poetry! Thanks for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro :-)

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  41. Beautiful and lovely photos! Beautiful poem too!

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  42. The leaves in the reflection are such a lovely shade of red.

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  43. Love that last Haiku! Thanks for visiting my blog♥

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  44. Carol, Great post! I like how you post several challanges elegantly on one post. Also, your quote about feeling connected through your lens is wonderful! -Claudia

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  45. The little bunny is so cute. All of the photos are great! Thank you for visiting my blog.

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  46. Oh my goodness, that wild bunny is so precious... and the spider web forebodes Halloween! Thank you for coming by sharing your creative photography on Weekly Top Shot #103!

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  47. Cob web patterns are fascinating. But your reflections photo is just gorgeous! I love love love it!

    Hazel

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