Through the Lens Week 5

Through the Lens I am healing day by day ~ long haul. 


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View of Cape Ann Ma with a tree outside my window that it even beautiful with no leaves linked with Straight Out of the Camera Sunday.



My first digital art sketch from one of my own photos for Sunday Sketches link.



More Blooms on Cape Ann MA ~  for Black and White Wednesday link
and I Heart Macro 2 link



Variety of Skies lately on Cape Ann MA ~ linked with Sky Watch Friday






Large Wild Turkeys visiting Cape Ann MA ~

 linked with Saturday Critters.




Haiku for Haiku My Heart link and Haiku Friday link.



Not many sunny days on Cape Ann MA of late ~ Maybe more  in May?
Linked with  Our World Tuesday Meme




More and more Flowers sprouting up on Cape Ann MA linked with Alphabe Thursday for 'X




Little Blue Blooms smiling out at us on Cape Ann MA linked with Little Things.






We are wishing you the best in each day. xoxo





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QUOTE TO PONDER: 'He who plants a tree, plants a hope.'
~ Lucy Larcom (poet of North Shore MA 1800's)

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Comments

  1. Beautiful shot of the tide on the sand.

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  2. I always like your views of the sea but this one is especially beautiful.

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  3. Gorgeous shot! Keep on getting well.

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  4. Beautiful! I wish I were there.

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  5. Oh, yes, a gorgeous shot it is indeed! Wonderful view of the sea!! So glad to hear that you're getting/feeling better!!

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  6. This photo exudes serenity!

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  7. Very beautiful. I love the last shot, it has a beautiful feeling about it.

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  8. Lovely shot of the beach! It is waiting for the crowds of beach lovers this summer.. Have a happy week!

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  9. summer will pay you back all the sunny days you were owed with interest :) hope you enjoy the beach days soon.

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  10. your first image seems welcoming to me, and the flower shots are exquisite! may your healing continue.

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  11. nice work Carol-I especially love the first two shots. Be well my friend!

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  12. The setting in your first photo is stupendous. Wish I was there!

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  13. Dearest Carol;
    Beautiful beach and I LOVED your wonderful flower fotos as well♡♡♡ Never seen turkey before p;)
    Have a LOVELY week, my friend. Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  14. Love those white flowers behind the rock.

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  15. lovely pictures :)

    Please leave also comments on my blog

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  16. Those Blue Blooms look lovely.

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  17. Lovely post Carol. I'll be heading to the beach early next week

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  18. Love the sky shot and the black and white tulips. Continue to feel better!

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  19. Love the flowers. Showing signs of spring.

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  20. We have a lot of wild turkeys running around right now too.
    Not many warm days here, or blooms in our yard, but I did see some (flowers) around town. The ones you have here are pretty.

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  21. I do hope you continue to feel better. This is a beautiful collection of photographs.

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  22. The tulips are so pretty....simple and welcoming. Lovely!

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  23. Yes. MORE SUN IN MAY please!! Sky shot is so pretty! And I'm becoming a true fan of petals in black and white - yours are so pretty!

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  24. Beautiful b&w photo of the flowers in your serie!

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  25. glad to hear you're feeling better each day. here's to continued wellness. love the quote at the bottom of your post. so many beautiful images you've shared. good that you're getting out and exploring how spring has opened up. have a great day~

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  26. Love the little blue flowers. They really brighten things up in the spring.

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  27. I've had a few wild turkeys show up here from time to time, they're so goofy looking! I love them...

    Great shots...

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  28. Amazing blooms I wish we had some! Soon hopefully!

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  29. You sure live in a very scenic place! I always enjoy your photos. My son suggested I do X marks the spot for Alphabe-Thursday. He was surprised when I told him someone else thought of the same thing. I told him great minds think alike. The Letter X is a difficult assignment.

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  30. pretty flowers. Is that X really there? That's what I need to do with bulbs - I've planted multiple times in the same spot, since I couldn't see the perennials in the fall {:-D

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  31. These are gorgeous! Happy May (hopefully it starts acting like it!)

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  32. All beautiful shots, Carol!
    Take care and have a happy weekend..

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  33. Gorgeous fotos,
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    And Happy Day and Weekend!
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  34. These are so nice! I especially like the chair by the water's edge image. I'm glad you are feeling a bit better and thank you for joining in with LTT today!

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  35. It's so nice to see flowers this time of year!

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  36. Nice pictures for all themes !

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  37. I love the soft blues in the sky shots, have a great weekend.

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  38. Lovely series of images Carol… and your haiku touched my heart deeply.

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  39. ...and beautiful photos for SWF, too!

    My B&W Blog: http://hanshb.wordpress.com/

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  40. Skies above the sea seem to be the most soothing of all--except, of course, when they are laden with storm clouds!

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  41. Beautiful pictures, I especially love the first one.

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  42. I really like the monochromatic shot of the tulips. You captured the delicateness of the petals, Lovely!

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  43. Very beautiful spring shots!

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  44. What a lovely place! I LOVE Massachusetts -- especially the ocean. This is a great spring collection!

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  45. Beautiful views of the sky and lovely flowers.

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  46. lovely photos and poetry! The renewing of the earth does feel like healing.

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  47. A really beautiful sky in that first shot!!

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  48. Beautiful views all around you! Happy to hear you are on the mend.

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  49. Hugs for healing, Carol. Ask Muse Dog to do a sun dance. :)

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  50. Deep words. Great pictures. My fave is the fifth.

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  51. Wishing you peace and rest for your inner soul...
    namaste

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  52. A wonderful view on Cape Ann and such lovely flowers!

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  53. Love the blue skies and grape hyacinth!! Beautiful!

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  54. Love those daffodils! Have a great week!

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  55. All outer healing fades ultimately; only the inner healing remains.

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  56. dear carol,
    thank you for your generous offering of love and beauty. may your weekend be filled with both.

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  57. What lovely pictures.

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  58. What beautiful pictures.

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  59. Indeed, the skies changed a lot this week all across the USA. Love your shots of sky and water.

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  60. Through the lens, we are connected.

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  61. Such beautiful peaceful photos... my favorite is the sky over Cape Ann :)

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  62. Love the post – great images especially of all those blooms!

    Always a pleasure to visit here.

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  63. Beautiful flowers and such a beautiful day.

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  64. Deeply felt haiku and lovely photos!

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  65. as always your post is beautiful. so full of bloom and beautiful sky... love you haiku... hoping you'll continue to feel better. i still haven't seen any wild turkey yet, this year. hope all is well. have a great day~

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  66. I love all your photos, but especially the flowers are my favorites. I hope you get a beautiful May.

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  67. lovely blooms! wish we had wild turkeys around here. :)

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  68. I woulda never 'thunk it'...that turkeys were so abundant up there...but then, the Native Americans supposedly had that for the first thanksgiving...

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  69. lovely photos, hoping you continue to improve

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  70. Carol, just stopping back to say thanks for linking up your post with my critter party.. Have a happy weekend!

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  71. A lovely post Carol. It's looking very spring like in Cape Ann. Beautiful shore photos.

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  72. A lovely series Carol, pretty photos, pretty words. I think I missed that you weren't feeling well but do hope you are fast on the road to recovery. Will keep you in my thoughts.

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  73. Lovely series of peaceful shots.

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  74. I love your beautiful shots and inspirational Haiku. The digital sketch is gorgeous too. Peace, my friend!

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  75. your photos are beautiful Carol! I really like your painting too!

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  76. Wonderful photos, Carol. Hope you're up and feeling better soon. :)

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  77. Wonderful shots! You have one of those beautiful artistic hearts! I hope your week will be great!

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  78. Cape Ann is looking very lovely in spite of the mostly overcast skies. ;)

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  79. what a wonderful group of images. i loved your sketch, it must be fun to do that with your own image!! i did not know you were/are sick, i hope you feel better soon!!

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  80. Love the healing haiku. The photos are terrific, as always.

    =)

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