Through the Lens Week

Through the Lens I see 'brotherly, sisterly love. ~ carol 



Cape Ann MA has not seen a lot of these colorful skies ~ mostly greys ~ Grateful for this look. For Sky Watch Friday's link.





Universal 'love' for Carpe Diem Haiku,
Haiku My Heart and Haiku Friday links.




Birds are loving this sumac right out side our window with a tad of snow today. Tis Winter on Cape Ann MA ~ long 6 weeks to Spring me thinks. You? For Rural Thursday Blog Hop link.




'J' ~ Just me again -She will just not stop pointing that black object at me ~ Hope you like this, ^_^ for Alphabe Thursday link.








The white building in the background with the tower is the old Birdseye Building where fish sticks and other fish products were produced. If you ever saw an ad with the Fisherman of Gloucester this was the company on Cape Ann MA that produced the fish sticks and more. It is currently is process to become a hotel some day. 'Glosta' moves a bit slow with change. For: Our World Tuesday link




Haiku for Carpe Diem Haiku link ~ 










Your posted comments are enjoyed or even a biscuit. ^_^


Wishing you the best in each day. xxx



QUOTE TO PONDER: ' The butterfly counts not months but moments and has time enough.' ~ 
~ Rabindranath Tagore


Comments

  1. Carol, wonderful series. My favorites are of your cute Artmuse Doggie and the beautiful sky. Have a happy week!

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  2. Lovely photos Carol, the sweetest being of sweet doggy! Enjoyed the haiku also.

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  3. Wow, beautiful photos, especially love the last one and of course ArtMuse Dog! I am also especially taken with your haiku. It is so moving!

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  4. Art Muse Dog looks so cute wrapped in the blanket. That is a beautiful sunset. I also like the old factory.

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  5. Beautiful haiku and photographs. I like that some are black and white as I enjoy black and white photography.

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  6. Art Muse looks so very comfy and adorable. Playdate with Chloe?

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  7. That soon-to-be-hotel looks like it's going to have perfect water views. Nice shots!

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  8. oh what beautiful views by the water...love your haiku and the soft view of the moon photo you chose. And I also love that sweet B&W pic of your loving companion :)

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  9. Looks like it would make a pretty amazing hotel, right there on the water.

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  10. lovely shots! ARt muse dog looks so cozy having his photo taken. My zeke just hates the camera, and will run off if i am not quick!

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  11. Gorgeous shots. Your dog looks lovely!

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  12. that cute little face deserves a biscuit, here you go...

    thanks for your visit. glad i popped in here, you live in a beautiful spot of the world! how i wish for a spot of snow right now, the heat here is unbearable, have been contemplating emigration to the northern hemisphere, heee heee heeee

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  13. If the tears are flowing only sometimes, then healing for the broken heart must be on the way!

    Valentine’s #1 and Valentine’s #2

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  14. What a nice series of pictures... loved the haiku

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  15. Nice haiku Carol ... I personally have nothing with Valentine's day, but I see how (for example) my children see Valentine's day.

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  16. This is a beautiful post for the start of the week. Thank you!

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  17. So true...love often rings suffering, one way or another!!

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  18. Such a sad haiku... but really well-penned.
    -HA

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  19. The Inuit of Labrador Canada taught Clarence Birdseye how to freeze fish.. interesting story.. thanks for the post

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  20. fish sticks - haven't thought about those in ages!

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  21. Hey Carol, thats lovely pictures. The doggy is soooo cuuuute! Thanks for sharing and happy evening, Wieczora (◔‿◔) | my photoblog

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  22. Still love the goldfish. You are a creative woman. Well done.
    (ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!

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  23. Wonderful photos so full of color especially in the sunset...nice to see this time of year. cheers.

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  24. The color of the sky in the last image is so pretty. Art Muse looks awfully comfortable there! Very cute!

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  25. Great series Carol! The capture for SWF is my fav. :)

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  26. nice nature

    Regards

    www.android-id.info

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  27. oh i really like your image of the sumac. We have it growing in the brushy path that leads to the beach across the street and I am forever trying to capture it in a photograph. I also love your little companion in the covers...looks quite welcoming on this cold snowy morning.

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  28. stunning images of your environs, as usual! I feel pulled to your Haiku titled Universal Love!

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  29. We are probably about four months from spring here, but Art Muse Dog has brightened my day today!

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  30. Wonderful shots! Touching haiku!

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  31. What a calming, gentle read, and beautiful photos as well.

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  32. Interesting post. I love the colours in the SWF photo.

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  33. Love them all esp J.
    Also for that step back in time to the Birdseye.

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  34. At this time of year I love to see images of light-filled skies. Your's a lovely!

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  35. Enjoyed my visit here...always unique yet universal.
    Peace
    Siggi

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  36. Cloud photo looks like a lion standing on a rock - lion king!

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  37. Facing the camera! My dogs will turn away at the first sign of "that black thing." What a wonderful haiku, Carol!!

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  38. wow - the building becoming a hotel! That's going to be a lot of changing on the inside. My book club just met and talked about The Sea Captain's Wife; we were thinking of all the jobs in the northeast, on the coast, having to do with shipping and fishing. Guess it's a dying trade... {:-Deb

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  39. Glad to catch up with you and your dog and all your blog topics....always a pleasure♪

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  40. the black silhouette of the bare tree against the soft pastel colored sky makes a great picture !

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  41. Beautiful skies, love the soft colors and, of course, I do love your little four-legged friend!! Wonderful captures for the day, Carol! Hope you have a great weekend!

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  42. A warm sky for a chilly time of the year. Glad the pup is keeping warm!

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  43. That sky is amazing! Beautiful. I really liked your second haiku as well. ArtMuse Dog is always adorable.

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  44. love the divine love haiku...i missed that last time. perfect term for "alpha".

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  45. Very beautiful sky picture and I love the black and white doggie picture ! so cute !

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  46. Artmuse dog never cease to amuse me and all your photos are always lovely.

    Hugs to you!

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  47. Perfect words and pics, as always.

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  48. Somehow these feel like "winter words" waiting for spring...and what lovely pictures!!! Have a grand weekend Cathy

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  49. Hello Dear Carol, we both wrote about radiating love today. I love it when that happens! Your second haiku also touched my heart. I must have seen those fish stick adds at some time. What a great building it is! And I love the sky colors and always Art Muse Dog. Thank you!

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  50. It's beautiful her and I am glad to have found you.

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  51. Reason your assistant gets so many shots is cos ArtMuseDog is so darn photogenic!

    And I'm so envious!

    Lola:) xx

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  52. That Cape Ann sky is gorgeous!

    =)

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  53. Love that cute little face peeking out of the blanket on this chilly winter's day! As always, gorgeous photos of your environs.

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  54. good morning!!!
    Just had time to view these beauties!!!
    Thanks!

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  55. Aw... How adorable!

    A nice afternoon just relaxing... I'm a little jealous.

    Thanks for linking to the letter "J".

    A+

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