THROUGH THE LENS 35

Through the lens I cherish the moment in time.

HOPE YOU HAD A LOVING HOLIDAY 


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'Caught' raiding the bird suet and scrambled up the tree.

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Black and White Weekend






Even the ducks on Cape Ann MA were out to enjoy the good weather before the storm.

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Camera Critters




The clouds foretelling a storm to come ~ And it did on Cape Ann MA

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Scenic Weekends







And then 'the snow came' ~ Gratefully it held off for after Thanksgiving on Cape Ann MA

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Friday Photo Journal






Haiku for Friday


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Haiku My Heart

Haiku Friday







Maybe you didn't have turkey or didn't have enough? My sister, Barbara's turkey was delicious 
but most important was sharing family time. Grateful.


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Kim's Friday Finds





Nature's beauty on Cape Ann MA ~ 'Bark of the tree' for B

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Around the world and on Cape Ann MA ~ 'little ones' now 'eyes' on a computer!

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Another version of tree bark beauty on Cape Ann MA


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Black and White Wednesday



Beach on Cape Ann MA in November


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Haiku ~ prompt 'rainbow'


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Carpe Diem Haiku



Haiku ~ 

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We are wishing you the best in each day.

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QUOTE TO PONDER: 'Let your capital be simplicity and contentment.' ~ Henry David Thoreau


Comments

  1. luv the "rainbow" haiku

    much love...

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  2. Beautiful images Carol, have a wonderful week.

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  3. Lovely haiku and images.. The children are adorable. Wishing you and your family a HAPPY Thanksgiving!

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  4. Beautiful pictures, beautiful words! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  5. Happy Thanksgiving, Carol, to you and your muse. I wonder if the next generation will be hunched a bit more, like the tree bark in your photo, due to looking down so much into little screens.

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  6. I really like all the photos you show of the sea and beaches - but the one this week looks very cold! Very cute mosaic of computers of all sizes!!

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  7. Happy Thanksgiving Carol and Artmuse! May y'all have a wonderful Thanksgiving and thank you so much again for visiting me. I come here and there's so much peace surrounding your work and your art! These are all so very beautiful!

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  8. The bark is classic, great pics Carol! Happy Thanksgiving!

    Hank

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  9. Wonderful series of images and quotes.

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  10. I love your seashore pic and the double bonus poems. The little computers, they drive me crazy, or more precisely the people that use them.

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  11. Great post today connecting to all those memes with just the right picture. Have a lovely week!

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  12. Enjoying your photos. Say hello to cute little ones and Muse :)
    Thanks for dropping by.

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  13. Very nice page with haiku and photography

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  14. Oh, how very lovely. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

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  15. You are celebrating Thanksgiving, aren't you? This is a typically American feast and I should like to know more about it. I am going to google this tradition and I wish you a very happy Thanksgiving.
    Thanks for your visit and comment.
    Wil, ABCW Team.

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  16. When those ancestral spirits start swirling, watch out!

    Spirit of the Wind

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  17. Hari OM
    Always you delight us - yet some weeks seem extra special and this is one of them! Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours. YAM xx

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  18. fab photos and really beautiful haikus Carol-a very happy Thanksgiiving to you , artmuse dog and your loved ones!

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  19. Beauty in each photo and the haiku are very lovely

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  20. Yep - isn't that the way kids are nowadays - always plugged in to some type of electronic device! Cute pics of the kids! :)

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  21. What a lovely post - so much to see ... I'd hope to pop by sooner but couldn't load your post my connection was to slow ... hope you have a great Thanksgiving tomorrow and a wonderful week-end. Ciao, Bastet (Georgia)

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  22. Dearest Carol; Oh, Great Haiku and sweet children nowadays♡♡♡ I enjoyed the varieties of pictures today as well♪
    Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  23. Love the photos of the bark. Happy thanksgiving.

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  24. Delightful images! Wishing you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving,
    Merisi

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  25. Beautiful post, a lot to study closer!
    My post at: https://hanshb.wordpress.com/

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  26. Happy Thanksgiving to you also and to Art Muse Dog (of course)...

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  27. It looked cold on that beach and I bet it was!

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  28. Carol, are you spending any time this winter in coastal Georgia??

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  29. I like your pretty bark picture, a nice one for "B" day. I hope all of you and Art will have a happy Thanksgiving.
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  30. Love seeing the wintry photos of your part of the world (as mine starts to hot up :-)

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  31. Really love the first tree bark shot! Have a Happy Thanksgiving and be sure to share a little turkey with ArtMuse Dog!

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  32. I love that first shot. I have a soft spot for our cousins, the trees. Happy thanksgiving.

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  33. Happy Thanksgiving...lovely haiku and photos♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/brevity/

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  34. Lovely. I like the tree bark macros.

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  35. Ate our ancestors talk to us in the colours of a rainbow?

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  36. Happy Thanksgiving Carol! It looks like you had a special day, I did too, so fortunate we are to share such memories... I especially love the first winter photo, and the one of the peeling bark from afar and close up. Your haiku... touch my heart. Stay warm and cozy!

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  37. dearest carol,
    lovely to return from the warm colours and hearts of mexico into the brightness of yours!
    thanks for keeping the haiku fire burning while i was away.
    xo

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  38. If life weren't a mixed bag, it would be rather boring, don't you think?

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  39. I particularly love that first picture with the snow. So very beautiful. Have a lovely weekend.

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  40. Lovely all of them. :)
    Winter has set in and I can feel the chill through your pics.

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  41. I love the cute squirrel and the ducks. Newly fallen snow is so pretty. Have a wonderful weekend!

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  42. Hi Carol, all of your photos are splendid but I do love your filigree of snow branches today. A belated Happy Thanksgiving!

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  43. Beautiful images and sympathetic words,especially the last.....
    Love the snowy branches!

    Have a wonderful week,
    Ruby

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  44. I'll excuse the squirrel nabbing the suet but I expect birds soon. Best regards to yourself and my little friend.

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  45. You have such pretty pictures! I'm loving your B&W picture with squirrel in the tree.

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  46. Live you snow shot. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  47. I thought the bark was frozen snow at first. The B&W close-up is amazing.

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  48. Of course the squirrel steals the show here...but those stormy clouds are beautiful and ominous at the same time! And your snowy aftermath looks a lot like a Doolittle painting!

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  49. What an interesting photo of the tree bark!

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  50. Love the little squirrel, it's so cute !

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  51. Greetings from Dubai! Really enjoyed going through your blog. Have a great week ahead! Will be back soon...

    Shantana

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  52. Thanks for sharing all these beautiful pictures!

    The bark picture was especially neat.

    Glad you had a good Thanksgiving.

    Thanks for linking.

    A+

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  53. Your snow on the tree branches looks exactly like the hill out behind my house - so crazy to have a "white" thanksgiving. It's making me wish for a really white Christmas!!

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  54. On your snow picture, your remaining leaves on the trees almost looked like female cardinals at first glance!

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