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3/17/14

Through the Lens ~ 3rd Week of March

Through the Lens I see the sacred in all things. ~ carol

(Scroll down for the blog link you want)


An automatic light house on Ten Pound Island on Cape Ann MA for :
Our World Tuesday Meme link.




Macro of beautiful Orchid for Black and White Wednesday link.
and Wordless Wednesday link and Christmas Everyday (bw) link.



'R' for Roses for Spring for Alphabe Thursday link

Ocean, fishing boats, red against blue are a few of my 'favorite things' on Cape Ann MA for:

Favorite Things Thursday link


'Lone Survivor' surrounded by glorious blue skies, clouds on Cape Ann MA for:

Sky Watch Friday link

Haiku for Carpe Diem Haiku link and:

Haiku My Heart link and:

Haiku Friday link.



We are wishing you the best in each day. xxx





Your posted comments continue to delight us. Thanks ^_^

QUOTE TO PONDER: 'Forgiveness is not just about the other. It is really for the beauty of your soul. It's for your own capacity to fulfill your life.' ~ Jack Kornfield

HOUSEHOLD HINT: New envelope won't open? Put it in the freezer for a few hours, then slide a knife under the flap. The envelope can then be resealed.




64 comments:

  1. I like your macro shot of the flower. It is amazing how many details are hidden when we look at something.

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  2. Wonderful, colorful and creative captures as always, Carol!! What a lovely world you do have!!

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  3. Looks like you have more spring like skies than we do!

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  4. Beautiful photos, and I will be trying the tip for unsticking envelopes. Thanks!

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  5. Carol, lovely images of the harbor, lighthouse and the boat. The blue sky is pretty. Thanks for sharing, have a happy week!

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  6. I love the color of the water in the boat photo, Carol.Happy St. Patrick's Day!

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  7. Beautiful words and scenes.

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  8. Especially love the boat in the harbor. Such wonderful contrast this is!

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  9. Carol, the lone survivor is simple yet meaningful....being near the ocean is so good for you!...:)JP

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  10. I always especially like your photos of the water and sea-side. Beautiful colors and constantly changing as you show.

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  11. Oh, this is so very lovely...just what I needed today!

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  12. Great shots! The boat looks amazing on the water and the tree and sky image are amazing. So pretty and blue.

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  13. Beautiful post and poem, I love your waterfront pics. There is something about a fishing boat, to this inlander in Oklahoma.

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  14. Stunning as always. I like the black and white.

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  15. the lighthouse is very charming.

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  16. What pretty blue water and sky in your photos. And the orchid looks great in black and white!

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  17. Tree, clouds & "Glorious blue sky"... such a superb scene!

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  18. Loved the 'Lone survivor' the best!!

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  19. Peaceful and magnificent...I love all your photos. ALSO, great quote (I need this reminder).
    Thanks for visiting my blog Carol. Have a great week!

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  20. always love seeing the lighthouses and boats on Cape Ann! The orchid is beautiful in black and white.

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  21. I would love to visit Cape Ann! The hubby and I would just walk and sit just admiring the wonderful happening and scenery.

    Danielle
    Royalegacy's WW for 3.19.2014

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  22. Very pretty views! I love orchids!

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  23. So many beautiful pictures. I love the water scene, the color is outstanding!

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  24. beautiful scenes Carol-and that is an amazing shot of the orchid!!

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  25. All of your digital images are beautiful. You know, if I get the opportunity to travel northeast again I'm gonna stop off at Cape Ann. It's just beautiful there, simply beautiful! I must remember to add a B&W image to my collection each Wednesday. Thanks for stopping by today.

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  26. That is a great shot of the orchid!

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  27. Lovely pictures ! The blue sky is so pretty !
    Greetings

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  28. i love your photos! they are all beautiful. and your header photo is just gorgeous!

    happy wednesday!
    big hugs~

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  29. I just ADORE that red boat! And I agree...desert time needed. The details on the orchid that I notice in black and white are so interesting! Fun choice. Thanks for linking up!

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  30. Lovely poem! And who would have thought to do an orchid in B&W?

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  31. That macro of the orchid is gorgeous! Love the sky too!

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  32. So happy to be here in March! yay Spring!
    (ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!

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  33. Beautiful pictures, each in its own way! I really like your header also, amazing! Thank you for your kind words at my blog!
    //Scaniatjejen
    http://www.scaniatjejen.se

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  34. Those pink roses are beauties! Yay for the first day of Spring!

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  35. Love that orchid in monochrome!

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  36. Beautiful photos, Carol! Love your creation of the haiku frame!!

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  37. Lovely macro of the orchid...such blue waters and skies...and I, too, love the red against the blue. That is a very festive little fishing boat (I think). I have trouble getting my head wrapped around “automatic” lighthouses.

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  38. Hi Carol, this is a lovely series of photographs. Always a pleasure to visit here.

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  39. lovely shots, as always. those fishing boats make me long for a trip to the ocean.

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  40. gosh, that water in your Favorite Things is so... "Caribbean".
    Automatic lighthouse? Sounds computerized to me...
    Pretty flowers to look at, thanks! {:-D

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  41. I always enjoy the variety in your posts Carol. Loving the blue water and skies!

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  42. I think I could sit for hours and watch the boat traffic around the harbor, especially if I was surrounded by Spring flowers.

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  43. Beautiful ..perfect illustrations of the sacred and blessed in every day life. Namaste!

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  44. Love the lone tree surrounded by sky and clouds. Great post!

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  45. Great set of images. I like those flowers.

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  46. Time in the desert - how seldom we realize that this is what we need in order to to come back to busy lives refreshed. Beautiful post!

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  47. What pretty flower shots (orchids are one of my favorites!) and lovely views of the harbor. Thank you for the sharing the quotes too... enjoy your weekend :)

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  48. seems like a lone survivor complaining to the sky.

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  49. It is always such a treat to come and visit here. <3

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  50. beautiful, beautiful series Carol!

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  51. There is always such comfort here; I love your boats best of all.

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  52. Your haiku are all beauties Carol, but of course I like the one you shared for Carpe Diem the most (smiles)

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  53. it's been a long cold winter. welcome home to spring!

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  54. Beautiful!

    Exquisite shots as always.

    Have a great weekend!

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  55. There is something beautifully sensuous about your orchid, although all your shots are fantastic. Love the haiku.

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  56. really nice lot, have a good weekend

    much love...

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  57. Gorgeous photos and some lovely haiku!

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  58. Your roses and orchids are ridiculously gorgeous!

    I've been absent for a bit but it was really nice to visit you today!

    Thanks for linking to the letter "R".

    A+

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  59. Takes one a while to learn to live in the moment.
    Everything is sacred. :)

    Catching up, slowly on return visits.

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


thanks ^_^