Through the Lens Weekend

Through the lens I feel joy in the moment. ~ carol

(Scroll down for weekend link ~ thanks, ^_^)

And the Rains came on Cape Ann MA and Sun too for Sky Watch Friday link.




Tan Renga  (collaborative poem) for Carpe Diem Haiku link.
 ( correction starkling should read sparkling) My sincere apologies.




Haiku for Haiku My Heart and Haiku Friday Link




Ducks on Cape Ann MA tonight seem to be partying and they didn't invite us ~
Camera Critters link.




Reflection of dock pilings on Cape Ann MA for Weekend Reflections link.
Weather has been erratic. Can you tell?




Beauty in the Bare Branches and a Rainbow behind them on a sunny day on Cape Ann MA for
Weekly Top Shot link.




Another 'survivor' growing in the rock crevice on Cape Ann MA today for I Heart Macro 2 link.



A lino cut holiday card for Sunday Sketches link




We wish you the best in each day. xxx


Your posted comments are a treasure to us. Thanks ^_^






QUOTE TO PONDER: 'Taking pictures is savoring life intensely, every hundredth of a second.' ~ Marc Riboud

Comments

  1. It looks as though Autumn has come to your part of the world!! Great shots for the day, Carol! Hope you and your adorable little four-legged friend have a lovely weekend!

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  2. I love the header! I love the watery photos!
    Cheers from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!

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  3. Fabulous images. I like that flower.

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  4. You captured the rain so well. Also love the bird and other shots as well as your haikus.

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  5. Your posts are always such a treat. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  6. Love the sun bursting through the sky while there are still water drops on the window! And also the pillars of the bridge stand out to me Love the look of sturdiness:) Happy weekend:)

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  7. Love the sun bursting through the clouds while there are still raindrops on the window! And the pillars underneath the bridge look so sturdy - it stood out to me:)

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  8. lovely capping verse to "sheets of waves." It is dream like, isn't it?

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  9. Photographing rain is sometimes difficult to do, but your photo is excellent!
    Happy Sky Watch Friday!
    Lea

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  10. juxtaposing brain waves and sea waves; quite interesting; have a nice Friday

    much love...

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  11. Have a beautiful weekend. Lovely photos. I love dock pilings. Your pictures are wonderful and calming as always. Thank you for sharing

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  12. I'm amazed the petunia is still flowering! Must be super hardy!

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  13. lovely haikus and photos-that first one despite the stormy scene is fabulous-esp. with the light peeking thru.!!

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  14. Great photographs throughout this post! Peaceful words evoke gentleness. Thank you

    Peace

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  15. great photograph captures Carol. Dreamy and soft haiku
    Have a great weekend - enjoy the waves

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  16. A lovely image - and haiku and a dog. What's not to like!

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  17. I love the photograph showing a flower growing in the crack. Last hurrah for this year perhaps.
    JM Illinois

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  18. great reflection shot under the dock! the ducks are cute, too.

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  19. oh, i'm so glad you got rid of the google+ comments! i hate that format!

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  20. always a place to find beauty… thanks for all that you've shared and for your offering for I Heart Macro tomorrow night:-)

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  21. I loved them all Carol ! Amazing photos and the words simply beautiful!

    SaFire

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  22. What a beautiful reflection and that petunia (I think) peeping out was a great find.

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  23. Wonderful photos! I like the pier reflection best.

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  24. As always!!! Tranquility is HERE!!! Have a wonderful weekend!!!

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  25. I have similar postings - yours look great: http://sillarit.wordpress.com/2013/11/21/window-reflection/

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  26. Through the lens, the unknown becomes know.

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  27. Love the shot with the Common Eider, they are neat birds. Pretty watery scenes and shots. Have a happy weekend!

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  28. Gorgeous. The pilings photo is my favorite!!

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  29. Another lovely series...especially like your Haiku♫ Have a wonder filled weekend! http://lauriekazmierczak.com/i-have-been-blessed/

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  30. i love your line
    night comes softly.
    may we all know the kindness of this.
    xo

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  31. Lovely images. Beautiful reflection!

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  32. Beautiful reflection of dock pilings and great photos colection... likely done...

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  33. Those empty branches look beautiful!!

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  34. A delightful series with beautiful words, and I do love Artmuse Dog at the end of your posts. Thank you Carol, what a lovely way to start my Sunday morning :)

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  35. Beautiful images. I love the first shot.

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  36. I always enjoy my photographic tours with you. Your linocut card is spectacular. Blessings!

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  37. Beautiful photos! I love the bare branches reaching for the skies.

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  38. Love the photos, especially the pilings. The lino cuts atre wonderful!

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  39. Beautiful post Carol ... great Tan Renga.

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  40. Docks are such interesting places to photograph. I love to catch waves coming in under the pilings, splashing up. - Margy

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  41. Your haiku poems and photographs are lovely! I think your card is just gorgeous, simple and lovely.

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  42. many lovely glimpses of your world
    both photos and words ~

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  43. Dramatic sky images and lovely macro flower. Hope you have a nice Thanksgiving :)

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  44. Beautiful - I love that first shot! Makes me feel like I'm inside and outside, all at once :)

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  45. Beautiful photos, really enjoyed them and the haikus! Sweet card!

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  46. There's something special about the sunrises in November, isn't there? Love your photos and words, thanks for sharing!

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  47. These are absolutely STUNNING photos, Carol. I love them. Especially the first one. Wow! :) And I love your adorable lino cut holiday card. Sending hugs. :)

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