Through the Lens Weekend

Through the lens I sometimes see and feel the 'spirit' soaring. xx



'Inside - Outside' Reflection on Cape Ann MA ~ Very wintry! for Weekend Reflection link and Weekly Top Shot link.



Tanga Challenge to complete haiku begun with 7-7 form of poetry for Carpe Diem Haiku link.



"Who me?  I didn't do anything.' for Camera Critters link.



Sad Cape Ann MA seagull trying to be warm in the sun for Saturday Critter's link.




Cape Ann MA Fish pen and ink sketches for Sunday Sketches link.





Ice and Snow on Cape Ann MA - Mother's Nature's Creations for I Heart Macro link.






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We are wishing you the best in each day. xxx


QUOTE TO PONDER: 'Simplicity is the ultimate sophistcation'
~ Leonardo da Vinci

Comments

  1. Thank you for this interesting post. The Tanga challenge is intriguing. I hope that poor seagull warms up soon.

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  2. Your haiku is wonderful, Carol and although it's been chilly, the warmth came through I your pix!...:)JP

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  3. Awesome post Carol ... very nice continuation of the Tan Renga. Makes it a poem in balance.

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  4. I enjoyed all aspects of your post -- you are quite talented.
    Happy weekend -- stay warm!

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  5. A lovely closure for the eagle. I love your ink sketches, by the way.

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  6. I feel bad for the birds on these cold days - they are true survivors. The Tan Renga was a nice completion of dreams
    Happy Weekend

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  7. A very real action plan, woe to the prey. Great completion and beautiful pics, Carol!

    Hank

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  8. Lovely shot of the ice and snow. Great capture of the gull. Hope you are managing to stay warm!

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  9. looks bitterly cold, Carol but seeing your little friend warms the heart. such a cutie. i love your tan renga finish and the presentation. nice!

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  10. Your snowy pictures are much more appreciated now that I actually have a sense of what they feel like. The unseasonally cold weather in Missouri has been a real shock to my system.

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  11. Wonderful tan renga! I love your photos and art, too.

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  12. It looks so frosty cold but beautiful there, Carol! You puppy is the cutest!

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  13. Thanks for writing in such an encouraging post. I had a glimpse of it and couldn’t stop reading till I finished. I have already bookmarked you.
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  14. Carol, lovely collection of photos. Your ArtMuse doggie is always a favorite of mine. And I love the gull shot and your haiku! Thanks for linking up to Saturday's Critters. Have a happy weekend!

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  15. lovely art - yours and mother nature's. :) cute gull and pup, too.

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  16. I hope to be as skilled as the eagle you describe, and land in time for my dreams! ;)

    Tan Renga Shadows

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  17. little sweetheart looks so happy and secure in that sunray in this atrocious weather doesn't it make you feel good that she is in with you warm and safe

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  18. So cute! They really are good at looking innocent, aren't they? I love the frosty art too. Enjoy your weekend!

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  19. The ice photo amazes me! Poor cold gull....as always the art muse dog has inspire beautiful words and art,

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  20. Wonderful set of images. Ilike that sketch.

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  21. Oh that poor seagull, he does look cold and sad. On the other had those little doggy eyes look playful and adorable.

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  22. An excellent close up of the gull Carol! And I love your frost photo. Beep says thanks for stopping by her blog, and AMD sure is cute!

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  23. love the dog always of course but great pics of the snow

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  24. That's a cool reflection, I like the snow on the glass.

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  25. I love all the layering in the icy photo! It is truly amazing!

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  26. Oh, the gull DOES look rather sad. Poor baby!

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  27. Frostig..hier bei uns ist der Winter nun auch da..noch ohne Schee..NUR kalt
    LG vom katerchen zum Wochenende

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  28. Wonderful post on winter, both in pictures and words.
    Through the lens I sometimes see and feel the object in a much greater depth.

    Jorunn Norge

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  29. So beautiful pictures.The snow creates stunning images
    Sweet little dog :)
    Greetings

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  30. Great collection of photos. The snow on the window is creative.

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  31. So beautiful..your shots and images are stunning...your sweet puppy is adorable!and your sketches are fantastic..wonderful!
    Yay, I never used to be able to comment on your blog..now I can..awesome~
    Happy Sunday Sketches
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  32. Love the fishes and the snow pics are great!

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  33. Through your lens, everyone is here to meet with one another.

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  34. you know I'm loving your fishes series carol :) Those wintry window s look like mine-except that unfortunately I don't have views of water or seagulls! Really wonderful Tanga challenge too-love it.

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  35. I just love frost flowers on windows - beautiful! Just like your fish drawing, love that, too.

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  36. wonderful thoughts and poetry on spirit and dreams
    sweet to see your photos and art too ~

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  37. An interesting post that I enjoyed reading. Some good pictures.

    Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

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  38. beautfiul pictures, and love the simple lines of the fish!

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  39. Carol, wonderful winter photos. You've really captured the season. And I LOVE LOVE your fish sketch. :)

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  40. Your camera and pen bring wonderful things to life on the page! Bravo!

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  41. I like your window reflection shot. Love all the snowy scenes.

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  42. Beautiful imagery and poetry Carol. thanks as always for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro:-)

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  43. Love the fish pen sketches and the winter photos. I had missing seeing your little furry guy!
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