Through the Lens Weekend

Through the lens I am seeing a major blizzard on Cape Ann MA today. Hopefully 'snow photos' to follow in the week.

'Calm Before the Storm' on Cape Ann MA link for Camera Critters and Eileen's Camera Critters



Gift from my sister, Barbara ~ Couldn't resist posting another ornament
link for Weekly Top Shot .




Not a true macro shot ~ we are in the middle of a Snow Blizzard here on Cape Ann MA ~
link for I Heart Macro2




Ominous Sky on Cape Ann MA for Sky Watch Friday link.




Sun reflecting on ice on Cape Ann MA for Weekend Reflection link.





Haiku for Carpe Diem Haiku 'Special' link 




Haiku on Cape Ann MA pond ice for Haiku My Heart  and Creative Everyday link.










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We wish you the best in each day. ^_^


QUOTE TO PONDER: 'The camera is my tool. Through it I give a reason to everything around me.' ~ Andre Kertesz

Comments

  1. Great shots and lovely skies -- just wish you could see them!!! Sounds like about all you can see now is SNOW!! Stay safe and warm!! Thank you as always for your kind words/comments! They are appreciated!!

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  2. Oh that sky is so ominous! Here too! And tomorrow there will be snow angels!

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  3. A terrific post Carol. I love that ornament!

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  4. Great photographs and outstanding haiku. I love "...angels unnoticed" and "...warming my heart soul"

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  5. Exploding sky! Looks like wave of cloud splashing!

    Happy New Year!

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  6. Love that skywatch shot, but those clouds look cold!! Happy New Year!

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  7. I heard you were getting a blizzard there. We had 3 or 4 inches here New Years Eve day. the worst here has been the cold. Looking forward to your snow photos. It's been too cold here for me to go out.

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  8. Enjoy the snow! Love these shots.

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  9. Carol, beautiful sky shots! I hope you stay warm and safe from the snow storm.. I like your cute doggie, adorable gift ! Take care! Have a happy weekend!

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  10. Maybe if you peer hard through those snowflakes you can catch the tiniest glimpse of an angel's wing!

    Punishing the Night

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  11. Lovely haiku you have shared here with us Carol, both are great.

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  12. Beautiful shots. Happy New Year!

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  13. I hope the storm didn't wreak too much havoc in your neck of the woods. We got 5-6 inches here last eve. and today it is bitterly cold(below 0) and very windy so the snow is blowing every which way despite the sunshine. Good day to stay inside and art:):) I just adore your doggie ornament! Happy 2014 Carol!

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  14. We got 10 inches of snow here in NY. Too cold to go out and take pictures yet. Staying in with hot chocolate. Love the ornament and dramatic sky. Stay warm, Carol, and Happy New Year :)

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  15. Nice photos. Good luck with your blizzard - I wish we'd get a big snow out here!

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  16. Beautiful pictures, love especially the first one !

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  17. Pictures send shivers down my spine, but you words bring a smile to my face!!! Stay warm and have a grand weekend...and a hot cup of tea! Cathy

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  18. All of yout pictures are wonderful. We are having a lot of snow, ice and cold here as well, so I can commiserate with you and understand the absence of the angels who are hopefully in a warm place. Your Haiku just flows and always says so much with so little. You are very gifted, Carol. Love it all ... and I cant end without saying that your sister's gift is priceless ...

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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  19. I can not even begin to express how much I love that image of angels going unnoticed in the snow... happy new year Carol! XO

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  20. I've been following your weather, Carol. I don't know what it worse, the over-abundance of cold and snow or the lack of rain we have and unseasonable heat. We are on fire watches in areas of California. Be well. Stay safe.

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  21. silvers and grays of winter. stay warm and safe!

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  22. Looks very cold out there. Stay warm.

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  23. Love the haiku and images, I do see the angels! x

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  24. yes you are right in the middle of it all! Stay warm and try to find the beauty in those many inches of snow and freezing temps!

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  25. Wishing you cozy days ahead.

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  26. when the snowflakes fall
    so hard fast and furious
    i can't see angels

    Cheers!
    JzB

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  27. Beautiful offerings Carol… thanks for sharing the love as close as possible… I don't think we received as much snow as you, did but WOW is it cold!!!! Stay cozy.

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  28. Loving those cirrus clouds! Hope the winter storm is kind to you. Sounds like it might be a doozy!

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  29. Students and teachers alike love snow days (I think)!

    Van Gogh Swirls His Brush

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  30. Through the lens, I see many moments at a same time.

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  31. What beauties!!!
    Sending you fleece hugs!
    thank you for visiting me!!!

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  32. Awesome pictures, Carol!
    http://amitaag.blogspot.in/2014/01/new-yearnew-sunrise.html

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  33. Awesome photos and beautiful haiku. Stay warm, my friend, and keep that little assistant snuggled.

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  34. We have so had bad weather situations.
    Cheers from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!

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  35. Love the 'angels unnoticed' in your Haiku. And such a darling glass ornament!!!

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  36. Lovely captures, Carol. It's been warn here in the deep south so I can't complain.
    Keep warm up there.
    :)

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  37. Beautiful ducks, dogs, and of course the Haiku, brilliant Carol.

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  38. I hope you faired well, we got ~6" of snow, no biggie. Your reflection gives me the chills!

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  39. such beautiful images today, i am partial to the ducks. it doesn't matter how many times i see a mallard, i still get excited. they may be common, but none the less beautiful!!

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  40. I can only imagine how freezing you are!!! We're to get down into the single digits which means lots of frozen pipes here in Atlanta!! Our homes are not built for temps that low!! Stay warm!

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  41. Beautiful photos and wonderful haiku! Love the sun reflection!

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  42. I love the sky shot. We're still having exceptionally warm weather here. I really wish we'd get some snow. Happy weekend!

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  43. Happy New Year. Lovely poem and pictures. Sweet ornament, just perfect. Sending warm wishes your way.

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  44. Happy New Year. Lovely poem and photos. Love your puppy ornament. Sending warm wishes your way. Pam

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  45. I especially liked the calm before the storm photo --- I hope you're not copping it too bad where you are; have watched tv news; serious weather conditions happening the other side of the world

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  46. Stay safe and warm during the storm. We have wind and extremely cold temps headed our way.

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  47. Stay safe and warm during the storm, Carol. We have wind and cold headed our way. They are talking extreme wind chills in our area.

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  48. Beautiful post Carol....I do hope you and the Art Muse dog are staying warm and cozy. I had to smile about your macro comment....it might be a little hard to get a true macro shot in that weather, yes indeed! Brr. Always love your haiku and the one about the angels today is especially wonderful.

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  49. The little ornament is adorable. I like your macro shot but it looks cold. I was wondering how the weather was on the East coast, We are cold over here but no snow at the moment.
    Stay warm.

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  50. ein frohes neues Jahr 2014 wünscht das katerchen
    hier ist es für die Jahreszeit nicht kalt..8 Grad + haben wir es.
    mit einem LG von hier

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  51. Happy New Year,Carol. I like both your ominous sky photo and reflection photo very much. Your Haiku is very cool . Wishing you a wonderful Sunday.

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  52. The ornament your sister gave you is quite funny. :))

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    1. Guess you have to be here but the ornament is adorable and resembles my Yorkie ~ Happy New Year to you ~ xxx

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  53. Hope you keep warm and safe!

    And a Happy New Year to you & your Yorkie (love that ornament too!)

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  54. Sorry about the snow blizzard and those grey skies Carol, and yes we saw it on Sky about MA.
    Keep smiling and blogging in 2014. Cheers and Best Wishes from the UK.

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  55. Snowing and blowing here in Chicagoland....there's sure to be plenty of photo ops! Happy 2014! http://lauriekazmierczak.com/new-year-happy/

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  56. dearest carol,
    thank you for being a beautiful light in the haiku circle. sending love to brighten your glorious new year, thank you for brightening mine.
    xoxo

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  57. Lovely sky shot. I do hope you're staying safe and warm.

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