Through the Lens Week

Through the lens I see and feel my ancestors'energy. carol

Be a Valentine to your self if your don't have one. xxx




After the Storm beautiful blue skies on Cape Ann MA ~ Cold still so snow sticking to trees. 
For Sky Watch Friday link.




Winter Wonderland on Cape Ann MA ~ a type of 'light' radiating back to us.
For Haiku My Heart link and Haiku Friday link.






Haiku for Carpe Diem Haiku link.




Icicles hanging from the roofs on Cape Ann MA ~ Tis the Season.
For Black and White Wednesday link.





'M' for Mighty Wonder Tree which survives New England winters ~ for:
Alphabe Thursday link.



Snow! Snow! Snow! and Cold on Cape Ann MA for Rurality link.



Cold and wintry shot from Cape Ann MA for Our World Tuesday Meme link.





For Carpe Diem Haiku (Temple 14) link.





We are wishing you the best in day. xxx


I love your comments so much I am back on Blogger profile.






QUOTE TO PONDER: 'A Mother's heart is a patchwork of love.'
~ unknown

Comments

  1. 'honoring all beliefs'...a dream becoming reality?
    Thanks for stopping by I've enjoyed visiting your photos.
    Cheers, Jules

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  2. I always love feeling the energy of my ancestors! Lovely shots Carole!

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  3. It looks so refreshing to me! I love blue skies!

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  4. Through the lens, I notice you are the director.

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  5. lovely photos and haikus!
    seeing and feeling your ancestors' energy--what a cool thing!

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  6. Beautifully composed haiku Carol and your post is as always wonderful.

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  7. What a wonderful post Carol and as always your haiku are little gems

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  8. Beautiful photos - the snow looks so pretty - I especially like the photos with the snow on the bushes against the blue sky.

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  9. Beautiful photos! Have a nice week!

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  10. Each haiku is great and I love the gorgeous shots.

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  11. Love your haiku, Carol. There has certasinly been an abundance of snowflakes to ponder over this winter!

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  12. Carol, lovely images. My favorite are the last two with the pretty blue skies. Have a happy week ahead!

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  13. Poignant haiku, Carol...words of beauty to match your pix!...:)JP

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  14. wow looks really cold. i haven't experienced this kind of cold.

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  15. Very beautiful photos! I like the icicles, the remind me of my childhood for some reason.

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  16. Snow makes everything so beautiful - lovely photos. And I love your dog in the snow in the previous post!

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  17. Everything about this post is great! Love the photos and the words to go with them!

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  18. Wonderful winter shots. I can feel the cold.

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  19. Beautiful snow scenes. Thanks for paying me a visit! :)

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  20. Hi,Carol. Your both Haiku are very nice. I like them very much. Your snow photos are very beautiful. Wishing you a wonderful week.

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  21. Dearest Carol;
    What wonderful images and Haiku(^_^)v I tried to put both of them into Japanese; as is the reverse, the feeling won't be translated perfectly. I LOVE the part "nature's light for you fellow travelers of life"

    Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  22. beautiful haiku and lovely photography :)

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  23. Beautiful clicks and wonderful haiku :)
    Your header pic is absolutely stunning Carol!
    Deepa
    http://deepazworld.blogspot.in/

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  24. just fabulous haikus Carol! Despite the fact that I have an aversion t o winter and snow it does make for such beautiful photos. I love how the snow on the small branches looks like cotton.

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  25. Wonderful set Carol... among your best.. the spiral staircase was very intriguing.

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  26. Awesome and so beautifull your posts look everytime better and more beautiful

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  27. The icicles look scary, everything else is absolutely beautiful.... words and pictures. I always look forward to the first sentence on your posts... to seeing what you see through your lens!

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  28. This reminds me of the children's tune ...
    The bear went over the mountain...when he gets over it what does he see...another mountain.
    We have to believe each step gets us just a tad closer :)

    Thanks for stopping by my CD post for today.

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  29. I love your little dog. I have a Pom. Those are quite the icicles.

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  30. Finding connection to enlightenment does feel like home. Beautiful, Carol!

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  31. We've had lots of icicles this week with freezing (and below) temps. Finally we got some snow on Sunday. Just enough to be fun. - Margy

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  32. I admire your poetry!
    It's cold here too. And could get worse...

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  33. always lovely to take a look into your world.
    Stay warm and have a good week. And thank you for stopping by my blog this week.

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  34. LOVE your wintery shots! The snow by the sea is so beautiful! And....here we go again - it's going to be a crazy end of the week! My brother is supposed to fly in today...so hoping his flight makes it and we can get snowed in together tomorrow! (if you want to try linking up again, it seems to be working if you choose a file from your computer, and not a web file.) Thanks for visiting!

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  35. Oh my, we have those huge icicles too!

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  36. That first picture... Perfection!!

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  37. Snow makes for neat photo opportunities, Carol. Nice captures!

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  38. What a cheery and lovely post. Absolutely beautiful photos.

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  39. I've got some icicles like that hanging off my roof...

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  40. I love quote at end bout patchwork. Sorry loved whole post but that really leapt out to me

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  41. Brrr! I would like to say "keep yourself warm" but I am a big fan of your pictures especially the snowy ones. I'll send you hugs instead :)

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  42. That's a sweet little Mighty Wonder tree poling it head out of the snow! I love the way the snow is piled up on your Rurality photo, and the blue of the shadows. The growth looks like cotton bolls ready to be picked!

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  43. Love the snow which I rarely get to see here. Beautiful photographs.

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  44. Brrr...beautiful♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/febrrruary/

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  45. That second pic is stunning, Carol - such an unusual angle you took for that capture!

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  46. I saw the same icicle! I'm rooting (hehe) for the evergreen! {:-D

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  47. Great icicle shot. When we had some ice here last week I took a lot of shots of the small icicles hanging off a table and chairs. I knew it would be gone soon and I also knew that it would be the only chance I got to get icicles.

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  48. Everywhere along the northeast coast, people are bemoaning the horrible weather, and yet you have found such beauty and peace!

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  49. Beautiful words and images dear Carol. Sending warm hearted wishes to you this Valentine's Day.

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  50. Beautiful shots and I also always lover your haiku. Happy Valentine's Day!

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  51. Wonderful textures of winter, but that tree with the blue sky is a lovely contrast!

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  52. These photos are awesome Carol, and your haiku inspiring. Happy Valentine's Day :)

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  53. Such a beautiful post! Knowing that there is more snow on the way here and that you have continued prospects I am wishing you warmth and love this Valentine's Day from all whose lives you gently touch!! Cathy

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  54. dear carol,
    your share is a chilling vision of beauty and ice. i cannot help thinking how deeply everyone is going to embrace spring this year!
    happy day of hearts dear friend.
    xo

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  55. Great match of words and images - as always!

    Keep warm!

    Lola & Nora:-)

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  56. This has to be the best combo of photos and poetry on the Internet - or one of the best, anyway. Thank you for contributing - a contribution I look forward to.

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    1. I am honored by your comments and Happy Valentine's Day to you ~ xxx

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  57. Each of us needs a companion on the journey. Nature can be an excellent one! Happy Valentine's Day!

    Marking and Heartsong

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  58. My favourite image of course is the top Valentine's card, I'll take it as my own as my love never thinks to get one, so this will do just fine thank you ;~)xxx

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  59. what a cutie heads the way for all these beautiful images! I love especially nature accepting all beliefs in your haikus. happy Valentine's Day to you and your Artmuse!

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  60. I so enjoyed your photography around Cape May. It was 72 degrees in my part of So Cal today; we need rain so badly.

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  61. I miss snow and cold days and wearing a hot to keep warm! I hope the hotter days of this summer have gone - but I'm not confident!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  62. Hello dear Carol, Loved all that you had to offer here today. I especially enjoyed your unique snowflake haiku... Valentine's day is always hard for me and this year it was sweet. I bought myself red roses and I was able to receive some heart felt gifts from friends. A new opening to life's path for me... much love to you this heart day and every day!

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  63. Your shots of the cold are filled with warmth! Have a great week♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/mine-eyes%E2%99%AA/

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  64. 'spiraling around life's path' - so well stated in beautiful words. Photographs are wonderful.

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  65. great selections of shots!
    Thank you for sharing.

    Thank you for visiting my PixelMinded: Sky Watch Friday

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Thanks for your wonderful comments and support ~ Will always comment back ~ Namaste, Carol


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