Through the Lens Weekend 37

THROUGH THE LENS ~ I see the holiday blooming quickly and winter is here.


'Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope.' ~ Maya Angelou



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A black white version of the colored photo below ~ and my 'Simple Pleasures' ~ feeding the birds. Need to learn more about feeding the birds and photographing them. They are busy little critters and seem faster 'than the eye.'


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Black and White Weekend





Holiday scene at Manchester-by-the-Sea MA ~ Many trees decorated with a unique theme of their business or organization. This is one of many beautifully decorated trees.

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Scenic Weekends




New suet feeder still attracting the 'woodie family' amongst other birds.  For real bird watchers this is probably not very exciting ~ This is my first foray into 'feeding the winter birds' ~ So it is a simple pleasure and hope you can enjoy the joy in the simplicity.

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Camera Critters





My first 'silk scarf' sketch with resist then painted with inks. Am learning to paint on silk,


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Sunday Sketches



We are wishing you the best in each day.



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  1. Lovely b&w post!
    My post at: https://hanshb.wordpress.com/

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  2. Lovely to see the birds feeding. They give great pleasure.

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  3. Love your creativity with the B&W...a great idea, Carol and your scene with the decorated tree looks so quaint...:)JP

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  4. Hari OM
    OOoohhhh that scarf is stunning!!! Birds are ever delightful and lovin' that building behind the tree! YAM xx

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  5. The Christmas tree is lovely, but the church behind it is wonderful. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  6. Great set of images. I like that bird on the feeder.

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  7. These birds do enjoy the pleasure of simplicity.

    Without protest.

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  8. Beautiful Christmas Tree, pretty bird and amazing silk scarf! Painting on silk must be a very pleasant hobby.

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  9. Manchester by the Sea... I wanna go! It looks so festive. I haven't seen anything like that around here yet.

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  10. I love your birds, the tree, that oh so pretty scarf that you cleverly created yourself - so impressed - and ArtMuse Dog's sweet face that you put at the end of each post. Happy weekend :)

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  11. Love the woodie on the feeder and the pretty Christmas tree. Gorgeous scarf.. Thanks for sharing, have a happy weekend!

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  12. Wow Carol, that scarf is gorgeous, alcohol inks on silk? The I Heart Macro linky opens at 8pm every Sunday evening and lasts until 7pm the following Sunday so the next one can start at 8pm again. I hope that is clear.

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  13. Hi Carol, thank you for coming visiting again!
    I love the decorated tree, I didn't see one with a special theme until now. And my little one would love the fire trucks :-)

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  14. Lovely images Carol, your silk scarf is gorgeous-I love the colours and pattern, have a nice weekend.

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  15. I love the woodpeckers that visit my feeders! They are so much fun to watch, and they are less flighty than a lot of the other birds.

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  16. Beautiful sense of flowing, watery colours on that silk scarf.

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  17. I came for the critters but glad to see all your shots. The scarf is so pretty!

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  18. Hi,Carol. I like the christmas tree photo very much. Two Christmas wreaths are very charming too. Thanks for sharing.

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  19. I love your silk! And, yes, the birds are tricky critters to photograph. Way too fast most of the time!!!!

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