Through the Lens 34



Through the lens I pause to enjoy nature's beauties.


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Fishing boat in inner harbor on Cape Ann MA

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Before our Wintry, Blustery and Cold Weather on Cape Ann MA

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'I know something is here or has been here.' Work, work, work!


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Haiku 

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'I am still searching!' 

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Ominous skies on Cape Ann MA lately ~ then snow followed ~ only a dusting, gratefully.

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'A' for classic Apple ~

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Rather colorful 'little things' for children at recent fair.

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Still have some beautiful Fishing Trawlers here on Cape Ann MA

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'Guardian Angel' prompt for Haiku

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Comments

  1. Your black and white photo is just fantastic! Stay warm!

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  2. Love the first photo for your Haiku and the black and white of the sky! Well actually I love them all. Sorry I haven't been around for awhile. Trying to get back in the swing of things.

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  3. Hari om
    ...dang, now I wants me a feathered funster.... ahem, but that aside, all good yonder then!

    AMD - whatchya testing.... is the tail still waggling??? YAM xx

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  4. Your first image is wonderfully inspiring and creative Carol.

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  5. I can't help but wonder if part of the charm of guardian angels is that we can't see them?

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  6. I love the feathery bright birds! I could never choose THE one to take home, though. I also like your Einstein quote. Wonder what he would think if he were alive today.

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  7. Beautiful shots. I love apples, especially this time of the year when they are in season.

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  8. Wonderful set of images. Nice variety.

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  9. Lovely photos! I think the boats are charming and the black and white photo gives off an aura of mystery - what lies beyond?
    I also love the coloured photos - apples, they're great for pies and the cute, soft, birds I would not hesitate to run my fingers through.
    Have a lovely week ahead.

    Inside Cambodia

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  10. Beautiful photos as you head towards winter. We also had a little snow this week, but too much cold!

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  11. I would like a battalion of guardian angels hovering over me.

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  12. great photos!! They are each special for a different reason: some fun, some artsy, some dramatic, some magical. How true is that quote too:). Hugs to you and Artmuse dog!

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  13. Great photos, especially the ones of the tree and the apple.

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  14. I love your fishing trawlers and your apple is outstanding!

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  15. Love set of shots and sparkles!

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  16. Love the guardian angel -- and the black and white trees are exquisite. :)

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  17. Beautiful pictures loe the apple !!

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  18. Eine schöne Bilderreihe - und jetzt hole ich mir einen Apfel !
    Schönen Gruß,
    Luis

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  19. I wonder what Einstein would think of texting and social media and the blogs! Wonderful images!

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  20. Like the atmosphere in your b & w shot. It is cold here for the /s/o/u/rt/h-a daytime high of 50..maybe. Had a tornado watch yesterday, tonight a freeze warning.

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  21. the dark/light sky photo and the apple photo are really wonderful!

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  22. Lovely images! The black and white is marvelous!

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  23. My granddaughter would love those feathery puppets, Carol! Glad your weather has not been too snowy as yet--we had our first snow but only a few inches.and it is warming up to the 40's and 50's so that will melt fast.

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  24. Lovely pictures, Carol. I love the black and white one the most, tho' :)

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  25. I liked the shot for little things Thursday very much. :)
    Great series!

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  26. Your b&w shot is beautifully atmospheric. And I want to eat that apple right now :)

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  27. Beautiful photos. I especially like the simplicity and eloquence of the apple photo.

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  28. I love all your photos, thea are great.
    My favorite is the black and white.
    Greetings from Germany

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  29. Love all of them, but I think your sparkling apple is especially nice...

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  30. Skies are lovely, even if ominous. Hope you are not suffering from that terrible early snow.

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  31. A is for apple, that is the first thing we learn in a Borneo school.

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  32. That first shot is just amazing dramatic! Love it!

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  33. I'd like one of those colorful little things myself! Beautiful photographs. I wanted to take a bite out of that apple.

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  34. I hate to tell Albert, but I think that day has come...
    Love the apple shot, and the birds (maybe they are turkeys?) are cute.... I'll take a pink one!

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  35. I'm liking your "A" Apple, Carol. I am assuming that Art has eaten it by now.
    Thank you too for peeking in on my 'Guardian Angel' post. I didn't know how I should get back, but now I see yours. It is a nice haiku. The spider web picture enhanced it or vice versa. :)
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  36. I especially like the ominous skies photo. The apple is pretty cool too.

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  37. I've been known to buy a certain variety of apple just because I thought it was photogenic!

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  38. I think the "Big Bird" photo is my favorite! {:-D

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  39. I love the classic apple too. Pink lady is my favorite.

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  40. Art muse dog in the leaves is so cute... hope you have managed to avoid all that snow we are seeing on the news?
    Have a great weekend!
    Wren x

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  41. Your little munchkin is so darn cute, love the capture.

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  42. Lovely photos, Carol. I really like the one of your cute little dog searching and searching. Definitely a terrier who just won't give up! All the best for a lovely weekend, Bonny

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  43. I really liked your final haiku. It made me think of the upcoming Christmas holidays.

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  44. I love the photo of ArtMuse dog still searching, so cute. !

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  45. So many beautiful photographs! I love the sparkles on the apple and of course your cute little dog. Have a great weekend!

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  46. Hello Carol, I hope you are doing well in the cold. Such change as we cycle through the seasons. Thank you for your haiku, and the reminder of things unseen. Love art muse dog going for the search! Have a cozy weekend!

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  47. It HAS been an early winter but I think warmer weather is coming soon before the real winter settles in. :)

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  48. Gorgeous! I love the photos from your dog and the sky!

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  49. Hands down, gotta love the photo your sweet little dog with his nose buried in the leaves and rear end wiggling. Not your typical pet photo - and I love the sense of adventure. All of your images are gorgeous - it's a pleasure to see the variety of your art - from poetry to photography.

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  50. Brrrrr.... very apropos. And the first two photos capture it perfectly.

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  51. Splendid collections of photographs, Carol♪
    I smiled with the 'I am still searching!' :-) I hope you will have a wonderful coming weekend.
    Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  52. These are all so fun. I love the sky and your dog snuffling around in the leaves.

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  53. Nature tells stories in four different colurs.

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  54. Yes but not too early of a winter please

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  55. did the little guy find what he was looking for in all those leaves?

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  56. Each of your shots has its own special brand of magic. I am in awe of Einstein’s quote, which shows how well his mind could peer into the future.

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  57. Lovely photos! Darling dog in his cute little jacket!
    Have a great week-end!
    Lea

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  58. such enjoyment at your place-- and sweetie in a sweater !!

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  59. I hope his hard work paid off and he got all his "sniffs" in! Life for a dog is all about "sniffs"!...:)JP

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  60. Wonderful, rocky shapes by the water and your little dog is quite a character.

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  61. The coast is such an interesting part of the country! Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  62. I adore your dog. He is so cute!

    I love the name on the fishing boat. :-)

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  63. ArtMuseDog is so cute sniffin and searching. I love the rounded cliffs by the sea. Have a great day, Carol!

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  64. My two granddaughters would love those colorful 'little things'. I think they would be quite taken with AMD too. Hope she finds what she's looking for.

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  65. Cutest little pup- I love his shots- don't they just have the keenest sense of smell! Love the fishing boats, too. Have a super week!

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  66. Your sparkling apple effect is really amazing! And as always, I envy the view you have!

    Thanks for linking to the letter A.

    Are you feeling better?

    And.

    A+

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  67. What a lovely selection of shots. I especially love the black and white --gorgeous!

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  68. that second picture with the rocks is just awesome, the Apple for A is good too.

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  69. Love your photos, but especially the one of your little dog in the leaves!

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