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4/13/15

Through the Lens Week 54

' Feelings come and go like clouds in a windy sky. Conscious breathing is my anchor.' ~ Thich Nhat Hanh

This week we are sharing with these creative bloggers:





World of kite flying on Cape Ann MA ~ All ages and levels of experience ~ Fun!





The 'Pro's were taking a break and kites resting on the ground. Fun morning!





'V' for Very windy on Cape Ann MA ~ All ages and experience delighting in kite flying!





She's got that 'camera' gadget out again. I want to rest. She is always having me pose.





Haiku ~ sharing with Haiku My Heart







A morning of viewing kite flying on Cape Ann MA for SkyWatch Friday



We are wishing you delight in each day. xo

Your posted comments are a treasure to us. thanks!





58 comments:

  1. Seeing those kites flying brings back a memory of flying a kite with my Dad. Fun.

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  2. That is so much fun! I love the green dragon kite and the group resting looks like big cartoon acorns!

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  3. I like the haiku and your thought about pansies … flowers would lighten most grocery bags and hearts for sure. :)

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  4. cool shot of the kite! I still think your little dog is very cute :-)

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  5. Love that quote above, I think I should always remember, sometimes I tend to drown in them. :) Kite flying's a great activity.

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  6. What a colourful event. Did you have a go?

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  7. you share delight! <3



    ALOHA from Honolulu,
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^=

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  8. Hello Carol, the kites are wonderful. So colorful and pretty.. And Art Muse dog is such a cute model.. Have a happy week!

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  9. Gifts magnificent images that you us your photographic publications, so I thank you.

    Congratulations and affectionate greeting from Gran Canaria - Canary Islands (Spain)

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  10. Kite season is upon us. How delightful to see the colorful kites swaying in the wind.

    Worth a Thousand Words

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  11. fun signs of spring for sure!! My hubby is supposed to be going to a kite festival in OC, MD this weekend. Love the Thich quote at the top-he really has some of the most thought provoking and meaningful words doesn't he? Virtual squeeze to Artmuse dog:)

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  12. What a great series of kites - I've never seen any like that. And of course Artmuse Dog is so cute, as always. Have a great week!

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  13. Kite flying is certainly a happy sport. It looks a little chilly still to me.

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  14. Gorgeous shots of the kites! What fun.

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  15. How pretty, all those floaty things... And the sky diving, what fun! Bibi pretty guy, over there on the leather couch, nose in a blanket

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  16. lovely fun snaps amid blue-sky days.
    We had a kite festival near to where I live last week-end but alas No wind!!

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  17. Hari OM
    The haiku was a perfect counterpoint to these glorious visions of impending summer!!! AMD - don't worry, maybe there were treats in that shopping basket too... &*> YAM xx

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  18. I haven't seen kites for so long! Happy spring! :)

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  19. I never thought of adding Pansies to the grocery list...love it!...:)JP

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  20. Wonderful and elaborate kites. Poor ArtMuse-a pooped pooch.

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  21. Kool Kites. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  22. Some seriously fun kites there.

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  23. Oh my the pup is adorable. Great shots your black and white capture is priceless too. Very stunning.

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  24. Luv them all, and it's the season of kiteflying here also

    Much love...

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  25. I really like the kites that you have found for us. They are prettier than most kites.
    Art looks bushed. You must have walked her around too long in the wind looking at kites.
    ..

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  26. Really interesting kites that you featured this week. I love the alligator one.

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  27. Oh, what a treat to see the photos and lovely haiku, your first ku is so soothing...very zen. I love especially the children flying the kites...so joyful!

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  28. Carol,
    It's so nice to finally have some nice weather, to be able to go fly a kite! Love the photos!

    Dawn
    @ A Place for Pictures and Memories

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  29. Dearest Carol; Wow, I enjoyed all these great kites♡♡♡ Ours here, the annual contest was cancelled which made me so sad.

    Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend, xoxo Miyako*

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  30. Love your buying groceries haiku -- so true! I bet it was wonderful seeing all the kites flying!
    ArtMuse Dog -- your mommy takes so many pics of you because you are so adorable... just accept it and smile :)

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  31. Flying kites looks like fun! I think I spotted a little snow still on the ground.

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  32. Letting the breath rule is probably a wise thing to do!

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  33. I love all those fun kids! Looks like a great time!

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  34. Your photos and words are always wonderful to share. I always enjoy my visit and your furry little friend is hiding from the camera! So priceless, hee hee. Such a cutie, I love seeing the photos. Enjoy your weekend and thank you for the shares.

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  35. brilliant shots! especially love the first shot! looks like it is getting warmer on your side of the world! x

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  36. yes to pansies and the lightening of hearts!

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  37. What a cheerful post! Thanks.

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  38. Hello Carol, I love seeing these objects of flight and whimsy! May there be lots of pansies and this breathe of lightness... to grace your week... xo

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  39. love, love haiku. your photo of the kite makes me really want to fly one out here. hopefully, our rainy friday will open up to a pleasant weekend. have a great weekend!

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  40. It is nature's way! What wonderful haikus! Have a grand weekend!

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  41. Flying kites are a delight. So are your words.

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  42. New meaning for "go fly a kite". Thanks for sharing.

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  43. Adding flowers to the list is sometimes just the thing to lighten the heart!

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  44. Ah pansies. I think my favorite flower. Does A.M. Dog have a kite? Wheeeeeee, hang on tight! ;) Sorry, I have a vivid imagination!

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  45. I connected deeply with your first haiku Carol. Beautiful images as always.

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  46. I really like the kite flying shots... perfect for skywatch!!

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    1. Pansies are probably just about as necessary as bread after your long winter! Love the joyful post ... Kites make me happy.

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  47. Hi in theory I am back to blogging even going to make comments , I am currently working way through dear Jenny's alphabet Thursday
    love yours today

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  48. Letting it all go. Easier said than done. Sorry Carol. It's a bleak time.

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  49. Really late getting around to reading blogs! Love buying flowers in with my 'provisions'♪

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  50. A beautiful post Carol. I like the CDHK haiku a lot especially for the use of the repetition in that one. Thank you for sharing.

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  51. I love kites Carol and these are some great pics

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  52. flowers always lighten ones heart. thank you for sharing yours in the haiku way.
    xo

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Thanks for your wonderful comments and support ~ Will always comment back ~ Namaste, Carol


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