Through the Lens Week 3

Through the lens I see sunshine and rain ~ life. ~ carol

Signs of Spring on Cape Ann MA ~ linking with Sky Watch Friday with more photographers from around the world. Come join the fun.

Haiku for Haiku My Heart and Haiku Friday link.
I see a heart in this photo and for seven years I walked by it walking down my driveway on Cape Ann MA and just last week saw that it appeared to be heart shape. Anyone else see it?




'V'for Vessel on Cape Ann MA heading over to link with Alphabe Thursday.





Little sailboat, little markers on Cape Ann MA linking with Little Things Thursday.

Cape Ann MA ~ Fishing boats heading into port as a stormy week is approaching.

Our World Tuesday Meme link ~ join photographers from around the world.





Storm heading this way  on Cape Ann MA. ~ As Ms Muse Dog and I took our walk today couldn't help notice the wind and the ocean 'churning' and sea gulls flying low ~ all signs of a storm brewing. We are sharing today with : Black and White Wednesday ~come join the fun and creative photos.




We are wishing you the best in each day. xoxo


Your posted comments are gems to us. Thanks ^_^







QUOTE TO PONDER: 'May the beauty you love be what you do.'
~ Rumi


HOUSE HOLD HINT : ' To remove old wax from a glass candle holder, place in the freezer for a few hours. Take candle holder out and turn upside down ~ wax will fall out.'


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  1. Really great pictures !!!
    Greetings

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  2. It looks good to be out on the water.

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  3. Storm and calm - good photo metaphors for life. To really "see" sometimes takes awhile!

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  4. Great, stormy photos and I do agree with Barb regarding storm and calm!! Thanks for sharing!! Have a great week, Carol! Give your little friend a hug for me!!

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  5. Great shots of a picturesque part of the continent.

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  6. Very interesting post :)

    http://agro-turisme-fishpond.blogspot.com

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  7. Interesting difference in the water from photo to photo. I do see the heart!

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  8. We had also changing weather today, beautiful photos.

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  9. Yes, Carol...I see it...love your haiku!!!...:)JP

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  10. i'll try that household hint about removing the wax :)

    have a good week.

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  11. I always see the hearts in nature. Great images this week.

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  12. Beautiful stormy weather photos. I love your heart shaped rock, I can definitely see it. Thank you for the candle wax tip too!

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  13. I always enjoy your beautiful shots on the water. I'd like to be sailing on the sail boat.

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  14. Beautiful photos! That little sail boat looks like fun.

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  15. Great photos - and the sea is always beautiful even when it is stormy and grey.

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  16. Wonderful heart! And lovely shots.

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  17. Dearest Carol;
    Wonderful pictures while you walk!!! Feeling storm must be fun and LOVED to see the heart shaped stone♡♡♡
    Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  18. Lovely images, Carol! The water and boat scenes are beautiful. We are expecting bad weather today too! Take care and have a happy week!

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  19. Love the storm front!!
    Yesterday, here, it was 77 in the morning and a cold snap moved in by noon and dropped the temp to 50!!! But, alas, no rain for us. Wish we had YOUR rain.

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  20. Hari OM
    Hope that storm didn't linger long... and definitely a heartrock!! YAM xx

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  21. Every single one of those pictures is gorgeous in its own right.

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  22. Beautiful photos. I love seeing the changing ocean colors when the weather changes and do love to see a stormy day-so long as I know I am safe indoors:) I do see the heart shape and love when I find stones shaped like a heart. Great haiku-and candle wax tip!

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  23. Looks like winter isn't finished with us LOL good post/photos

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  24. the heart rock is lovely. as is that photo of the colorful boats! :)

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  25. love those first two pictures... you have a nice place to wander around... that rock looking like a heart is really cool. i don't know if i noticed it right away or if i noticed it because of your haiku. either way... i love it. hope all is well. have a great day~

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  26. MA as in Massachusetts? No wonder these photos make me homesick for the ocean. I grew up in Hull MA.

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    1. Yep ~ the North Shore ~ Cape Ann not Cape Cod ~ are you living in the South? xoxo

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  27. Love the view in all your shots, Carol!

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  28. what a beautiful place you live at - you have photographed it well and with style

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  29. I do see the heart! Your "neck of the woods" is just so gorgeous.

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  30. Your pictures show life on Cape Ann beautifully. I fell in love with it so long ago. Thanks for visiting my blog. Blessings, Janet (((Hugs))) for pups.

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  31. I hope the storm passed without incident, the fishing boats and the sailboat safe from harm. Ms AMD seems able to look after herself most of the time?

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  32. I see the heart and I love how you did the haiku on it. Intuition seems like a great name for a boat! Beautiful harbor -- I love looking at it.

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  33. I love the images and thoughts here. Ms. MuseDog completes it.

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  34. When I look at those pictures it looks cold! Some brave soul went out in that sailboat.

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  35. Gorgeous views, and what a great name for the boat in the first image!! I see the heart, how special,and beautiful!!

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  36. I had forgotten about hearts and their shape and their relatioship to love (it seemed so 1950s!) carving shapes in trees, scrawling them on our desks, pencil cases, ... until now I find myself wearing a heart around my neck or a little (or even quite big!) motif on a blouse or scarf ... and like you notice them in the most unlikely places not sure what it all means but if it stirs a little love what more is there? Thanks for pointing out this one ... I shall look for more ... Have a good Easter Break and find more hearts!

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  37. That's quite a vessel! I love marinas. There is so much to see and photograph.

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  38. I'd love to walk around Cape May and look at all the vessels with you! What cute little boats! {:-D

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  39. Lovely series. Love seeing sail boats. Love the water. Love love love!!!!! Have a great day and give Muse Dog a hug!

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  40. Love your nautical theme here! Such lovely, tranquil scenes. I have a candle in my freezer right now! Been there 3 weeks. I guess I could take it out now. LOL!

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  41. Great pictures.---A lovely part of our world. MB

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  42. Moody b & w. Hope the storm was not too bad.

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  43. Hope the storm clears for you by the holiday weekend!

    Always a joy to stop by here.

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  44. Beautiful photos. I'd love to experience another ocean storm one of these days.

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  45. That last black and white photo is stunning! Hugs to ArtMuse dog and Happy Easter to you both!

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  46. I do see the heart! It's so fun to find new treasures in our day to day...keeps us seeking! The fishing boat shot is gorgeous - so very New England! And I love the movement of the water, sharp, strong foreground and soft coast in your black and white. Really nice shot! I've got to get myself up to visit you!

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  47. I like your Cape Ann photo and a kite is always a happy sight.

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  48. I love your heart and haiku, I always love your fishing boats and the yellow Intuition, is a gem.

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  49. LOVE the kite image...brings back the wonderful, childhood days of yore for me.

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  50. What wonderful little boats... must be wonderful living by the water, so beautiful and tranquil. I DO see a heart in the stone :) So great to see everyday things in a new way!

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  51. The kite is full of memories for me - we flew any number of them when I was a kid - mostly box kites. I hope you enjoy a Blessed Easter.

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  52. I do see the heart in the rock! Love the sailing scenes, and the kite is great. Hope you have a wonderful holiday weekend.

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  53. Mummy said you always have lots of lovely pictures :)

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  54. I love a kite! And I also love your words superimposed on that stone. Perfect.

    =)

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  55. Always so much to smile at here. Thank you for sharing and capturing these awesome photos. Have a wonderful week.

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