Through the Lens Weekend

 Through lens I see Mother Nature watching over her domain.



Another little Cape Ann Critter checking for food in the bitter cold of January for Camera Critters link.



Haiku for Haiku Heights link with prompt 'cadence' .




Haiku for Haiku Heights link with word prompt 'useless' ~ 




This little Carpe Ann MA critter looks like he is saying 'what are you doing looking at me?'  for Saturday Critters link and Weekly Top Shot Link.





Bitter Cold on Cape Ann MA and not much photographing ~ closest I wanted to get to the Sumac that the birds are thriving on this winter. For I Heart Macro link.








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QUOTE TO PONDER: ' It is not how much we have, but how much we enjoy that makes happiness.' ~ Charles Spurgeon

Comments

  1. Wonderful post! I really love the last two photos and your Haiku is great. Have a great weekend!

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  2. Enjoyed the haiku and great pics - although the birdie looks a little cold, I think.

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  3. Beautiful photos and post. Thank you.

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  4. Lovely photos! The first bird looks like a robin.

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  5. Cute shots of the robin! It is interesting that the birds love the sumac. Thank you for linking up to my Saturday's Critters. Have a happy weekend!

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  6. I love seeing the robins-always a sign of Spring I like to believe although I've had a few stick around all winter this year(unusual for us). Thae sumac looks so pretty but I know what you mean about keeping a distance :)

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  7. wonderful haiku and your feathered friends look like they are waiting for spring, too!

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  8. Lovely photos ! Have a nice weekend !

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  9. what on earth is a robin doing here in the midst of winter? I've never seen one in February! I consider them the harbinger of spring! the sumac brings a welcoming color in all that white. I, as well, have outdoor photos just from my door or window. brr....

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  10. Wonderful set of images. Excellent selection.

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  11. Wonderful set of images. Excellent selection.

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  12. These are hard times for the robins and other birds. Pleasing to see you looking out for them Carol.

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  13. Beautiful birds! Have a wonderful weekend, Carol!

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  14. Mother Nature is always on her toes.... Michelle

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  15. Thank goodness for the sumac! Thank you as always for the haikus as well as the pictures. I Just started back to yoga/meditation class; it is so good for me. I may use that first haiku for my meditation.

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  16. Looks like you have robins there that never went south!

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  17. Oh gosh, Robins! We won't see them until the spring. I love sumac bushes, they always provide much need colour in the winter.

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  18. You may be cold but it's always upbeat at your place!
    Have a wonderful Sunday and keep feeding the little birds!
    Wren x

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  19. So lovely. The sumac just gives that pop in the midst of all the gray and white doesn't it! Love your writings too.

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  20. der Essigbaum mit Besucher,das ist für mich der Hit

    LG zum Sonntag vom katerchen

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  21. hi there - hopped over from "Saturday's Critters". nice to meet ya. hope you are having a good weekend!! ( :

    i gave up google on my blog - going back to my old profile because folks did say they couldn't get to my blog ... i enjoyed goggle + because you can find folks & chat. so i am unsure how to keep up with it all.

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  22. Hi Carol, your photos are outstanding and this is a wonderful post. Have a great week :)

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  23. Beautiful photos and haiku. I especially like the first one! Amazing how the breath can bring such peace!

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  24. We have had flocks of robins pass through this winter… I think the animals are as confused by this strange winter as we are! Beautiful images and haiku Carol. Thanks for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro:-)

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  25. It has been too cold for me to get out too. But I did get out this weekend since, thankfully, it was warmer. Nice shots!

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  26. The little Robin is looking for spring!

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  27. The photos are wonderful and I just loved your Haiku :-)

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  28. It does look so cold. Hope we have spring soon!

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