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10/17/13

Through the Lens Weekend

Through the lens: I see signs and omens from nature on how to live. carol ^_^

(Scroll down for: Carpe Diem Haiku My Heart, Haiku Friday, Camera Critters, Weekend Reflections, Weekly Top Shot and I Heart Macro 2)



Cape Ann MA sky and glistening sunshine on water for Sky Watch Friday link.



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



Cape Ann MA ~ Sparrow Hawk,( I believe,) flew into tree on side of my house ~ for:
Camera Critters link.


Cape Ann MA ~ Early Morning Sunlight reflecting on tree in my back yard for
 Weekend Reflection link



Cape Ann MA lobstermen's colorful  'wash ashore' lines and nets on beach for
 Weekly Top Shot link.



Cape Ann MA ~ One of the last of the Rosa Rugosas for I Heart Macro 2 link


We wish you the best in each day. xox

Your posted comments continue to add delight to our day.




QUOTE TO PONDER: ' If we surrendered to earth's intelligence we could rise up rooted, like trees.' ~ Rainer Maria Rilke

56 comments:

  1. Indeed, I was thinking this too this morning watching the leaves release effortlessly. Thanks for linking up to I Heart Macro too!

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  2. Water, blue sky and clouds - what a beautiful combination!

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  3. Wonderful skies for the day, Carol! I love the path of light across the water! Beautiful! Hope you have a great weekend! Enjoy!

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  4. I really like the shot of the lines used by the lobster fisherman. Love the detail and the texture. genie

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  5. Beautiful haiku and shots. Great capture of the hawk and the sky and water are gorgeous.

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  6. Beautiful. Have a great weekend.

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  7. Hawk...haiku...gorgeous sky... Rilke....what more could I ask for? Thanks!

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  8. great photo of the lobster net. Seeing pretty fall colors here in NY. {:-Deb

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  9. Three beautiful haiku. Adore the last one especially!

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  10. Beautiful sparkling water in the first shot.

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  11. Gorgeous all, but your sky and water composition is fantastic - wow!

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  12. wunderbar der Greifvogel..
    Rilke..bewegt immer das Gemüt
    einen LG zum Wochenende vom katerchen

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  13. Wonderful shots. I like that first shot.

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  14. Nice photos! specially love the 1st shot.

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  15. Each of your poems this week truly speak to my heart.

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  16. Wonderful and well expressed Haiku, Carol. And, as usual, your photographs are gorgeous.

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  17. I love the sparrow hawk and last rose - these last roses always seem to glow in their warm autumnal settings.

    Happy weekend,
    Ruby

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  18. Echo heard round world.

    That brings us together.

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  19. Nothing like the sun dancing on the water! And I love the fisherman's rope shot! Enjoy your weekend!

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  20. wonderful colection of nature- beauty...

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  21. sunshine on water. What more can you ask for?

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  22. Life in this moment...so sweet. Onward and upward.
    Happy Friday !

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  23. fabulous shots and haikus Carol. LOVE the photo of the washed up netting and that quote is fabulous!!

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  24. the pink rose is my today's favorite; have a nice day

    much love...

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  25. Awesome clicks-loved the sparrow Hawk:-)The Haikus are equally amazing Carol-the second one just struck the chord a little too deeply-yes,forgiving oneself is so necessary to move on-beautiful!

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  26. Gorgeous photos and the haiku flutter to the ground perfectly. I do hope you keep posting pictures of the sea during the winter, I need the weekly fix since I am a little to far for a regular drive.
    thanks for your visit
    happy weekend - enjoy the golden glow of the autumn

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  27. Love the pretty sky and shimmering water, beautiful capture! Happy weekend to you!

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  28. Love natures signs and symbols. So cool that a Harris hawk was hanging out in our sideyard tree also. Couldn't get a picture in time it flew away.

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  29. Such a nice combo of words and photos...each entry perfect for the links and , well, just perfect period! I really love the lobster nets washed up on the rocks, so perfectly evocative.

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  30. Beautiful post Carol ... it's always a joy to visit your weblog ... it brings me so much happiness ... all those wonderful photo's and the haiku you share here are gorgeous.

    Namaste

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  31. I am fascinated by Hawks, the one you've photographed is a beauty. The lobster netting is really cool with all the intertwined colors.

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  32. what a great sky!
    and having a hawk fly into your garden would be a wonderful sight.

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  33. Beautiful words and images! Happy Weekend! :)

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  34. lovely hawk and beautiful sky. i loved the 'top shot'. perfect!

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  35. Sorry to interrupt your tinkling on the old joanna, but that is a lovely refelction shot Carol.

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  36. Carol,
    I like the last picture. A rose hanging on to the last little slice of summer.

    I enjoy seeing big water shots. Your shot of lines and nets is something that is unique to the water and interesting to me.

    Have a wonderful weekend.

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  37. Beautiful shots! The hawk is a gorgeous bird.

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  38. LOVE those washed up nets and fishing gear... I'd be trying to retrieve it for some possible use... Thank you for coming by sharing your creative photography on the Weekly Top Shot, #105!

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  39. I love that first shot with the wide-open sea and sky.

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  40. This is a beautiful site, I enjoyed everything here! Thank you for sharing!

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  41. Lovely sparkly water and a gorgeous last rose of summer.

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  42. Gorgeous skies and I love your haikus.

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  43. Wonderful photos an qoutes here! I love your hawk!

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  44. Hi Carol

    Maybe this is your last rose of Summer blog? We have just had our first roses of Spring burst into bloom...
    Appreciating and loving all your photos as usual - especially your elegant Sparrow Hawk :)
    Wren x

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  45. Hi Carol, love your set of haiku.. they are among your best.

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  46. Sometimes I just wish I could twirl like leaves without a care in the world.

    Hazel

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  47. Beautiful pictures and poetry, very important to keep in mind .

    Jorunn

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  48. I really do LOVE that image with the rocks and the net! I would also have fun "playing" with it too:) Beautiful art!

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


thanks ^_^