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11/17/13

Through the Lens Week

Through lens I see a way of life. ~ carol


Tan Renga for Carpe Diem Haiku link ~ One poet writes a haiku and 2nd poet completes it resulting in a Tan Renga


Metal Sculpture outside rural gallery on Cape Ann MA for Rurality Blog Hop link



 For Alphabe Thursday Link



Full Moon arriving soon on Cape Ann MA for Happy Blue Monday link.




Tan Renga 'team work creation' for Carpe Diem Haiku ~  link and Creative Everyday link



'And they think this place is for boaters - Cape Ann Seagulls Rule!'
 for Our World Tuesday link




We are again wishing you the best in the week. ^_^

Your comments are a treasure to us.






QUOTE TO PONDER: ' A picture is a poem without the words.'
~ Horace









79 comments:

  1. Such beautiful photos! And a great completion to the haiku!

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  2. Ah... I'd like to call that the Lovers' Moon. What a gorgeous picture of the metal sculpture! Love, love love it! And yes, I agree the baby is the cutest! :) Good morning from Bangkok, MuseDog.

    Hazel

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  3. Love what you said, through the lens, I see a way of life, and that moon shot over the water is lovely

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  4. Lovely little boy photo, Carol!
    Monday greetings, RW & SK

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  5. Beautiful poem, and peaceful pictures. I love the moon.

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  6. Carol, pretty shot of the moon! I believe the gulls do think they rule! Love the cute metal sculpture! Great shots! Have a happy week!

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  7. Another treat you gist us today Carol. Thank you :)

    summer dress

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  8. Winter, of all seasons, always seems to arrive on time! ;)

    Hiding the Stars

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  9. came in to read your tan renga; enjoyed also all the rest; Alphabe is certainly a cutie

    much love...

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  10. I so look forward to your posts, they remind me to breath. Love your quote to ponder. Lovely photos as always. Wishing you peace and joy to you and yours.

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  11. lovely lines and photos complement each other........

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  12. Hi Carol,

    That's a special shot of the moon in that dusky blue sky.

    Happy Blue Monday!

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  13. What a lovely place. Do you think that gull paid membership fees!
    Loving the metal sculpture and that cute little boy.

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  14. Cute kids, cute dogs, the gull hasn't a chance of ruling has it Carol.?

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  15. Again a wonderful post Carol ... I am every time again pleasantly surprised with your posts. The Tan Renga is a beauty.

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  16. hi carol, i really like the shot of the moon! simply gorgeous! great haiku too.

    wishing you a happy monday!

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  17. Is that guy up on the roof a member? Who does he think he is? :)

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  18. LOL love the alphabet card and oh, the sculpture... wait! Ida and I both think the same things are especially darling! Synchronicity!

    I also love walking around Cape Ann with you. Helps me to feel peaceful.

    LOVE!

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  19. Nice shots - there's something special about a full moon rising over the water.

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  20. Great series!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  21. Beautiful captures and such a wonderful variety as always!! Love the moon!! Hope you have a great week, Carol! Enjoy!!

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  22. What a beautiful completion!Loved it!

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  23. Alphbabe is the cutest. I like the full moon. I meant to get a shot but I got lazy.

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  24. Lol … funny how seagulls and such don’t need a ticket to ride. :)

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  25. So peaceful and relaxing, Carol...:)JP

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  26. Always a serene experience to visit your blog!

    =)

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  27. lovely peeps into your world. Have a great week.

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  28. That pink/blue sky always reminds me of a baby's nursery.

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  29. Great shots. The moon is so beautiful and I love the little cutie with the big smile.

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  30. Great shots, I really really like that full moon over the water!

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  31. Your little one is adorable! Both the sun and the moon have been so bright and beautiful lately --you captured them beautifully in your photo and haiku

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  32. Beautiful pictures! Cute little boy :)

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  33. Beautiful shot of the moon reflecting on the water, and the gentle blue night. You are so blessed to see such beautiful surroundings. I enjoyed the poetry, the cute boy, and the horse sculpture, which conveys his energy and flowing tail and movements.

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  34. Wonderful shots as always. Like the metal scupture - that was a bit of a surprise.

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  35. How very lovely - so gorgeous. I'm glad I can comment on your blog again.

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  36. A great series! That moon shot is marvellous, such a pretty pastel sky.

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  37. The first photo is beautiful and so serene!

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  38. Thank you for your lovely completion of my poem!

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  39. My second chance to quoth the Ancient Mariner...

    It is an ancient Mariner,
    And he stoppeth one of three.
    'By thy long grey beard and glittering eye,
    Now wherefore stopp'st thou me?

    Love your work Carol!

    sailors' souls

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  40. Wonderful photos!
    Thanks for all your comments!

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  41. nice extension to Wabisabi's

    much love...

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  42. The lighthouse will certainly guide all boaters--as long as they pay attention to it! ;)

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  43. What a lovely completion once again Carol:-)

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  44. that metal sculpture is so cool and that little boy is pretty darn cute!

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  45. Wonderful photos (and yes, your little guy is very, very cute :o)

    Blessings & Aloha!

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  46. Hi Carol!

    I really like your Rurality picture. I like the way the metal horse contrasts with the textures and colors of the plants and leaves.

    You did find a cutie to photograph! Love the sweater.

    Thank You for your heartfelt comment on my blog today.

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  47. You found a cutie all right! He's just too sweet...

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  48. That Cape Ann photo is just so peaceful and beautiful. There is something so special about moonlight on the water! Thank you for stopping in at Cranberry Morning today.

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  49. I like the Rurality picture, too...

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  50. You always seem to be on top of things...love the quote and the pics♪ Thanks for dropping by! Have a wonder filled week!

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  51. Hey! You changed up the looks of your blog! Looks nice! Like your post, too!

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  52. I love. That metal sculpture - and yes he is absolutely adorable ( 2 more A's)!

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  53. The Haiku is wonderful and the photo is amazing. Love the lighting.
    And the metal sculpture is fascinating and the texture between it and the colorful foliage is a great juxtaposition. And the moon....what a great capture.

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  54. I love the reminder to watch for land. I have older people in my life that thankfully remind me to watch of the danger spots too.

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  55. Such lovely shots. I like the sculpture.

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  56. OMGoodness what an amazing collection of photos and quotes. You are certainly a Photo Poet....love the quote. Thanks for visiting CollectInTexas Gal Alphabe~Thursday post on the Letter A for Applique.
    Sue CollectInTexas Gal

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  57. Love this week's collaborative poetry. The sculpture is very nice. Yes, that certainly is a little cutie!

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  58. What a strange sculpture and a cute little boy !

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  59. You sure live in a beautiful area! Great shots!

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  60. That little guy is the cutest! The full moon pic is beautiful.... and a bit eerie!

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  61. I come here, and once again I leave feeling much better! Thank you, Carol!!

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  62. again, i enjoyed your completions and photos. ♥

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  63. again, i enjoyed your completions and photos. ♥

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  64. I like what I view from your lens!

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  65. What a great post. I do love metal sculptures…and haiku…and cute little kiddos.

    =)

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  66. Thank you for coming by to share on Rurality Blog Hop #41!

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  67. Haiku greetings Carol, I love looking at life in Cape Ann through your lens. x

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  68. He absolutely is the cutest!

    And I love that sculpture, too!

    I'm thankful our paths have crossed in blogland! You are always a wonder to visit!

    Thank you for linking.

    A+

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  69. It is always such a pleasure stopping by to visit here!!! Have a grand weekend!!!

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  70. Your blog is always a delight for the eyes, Carol! Happy day after Thanksgiving!

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  71. I'm glad you're doing the work you're doing, Carol, although I'm sure it doesn't feel like work at all!

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  72. I remember Samuel Coleridge! Those were lovely days in English literature class. Thanks for bringing me back there. Awwwww......... yes, yes! you're the cutest, baby! And here's a flying fat kiss that is designed exclusively to land on MuseDog's forehead.

    Hazel

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


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