A SHUTTERBUG EXPLORES ~ 66

Another blog week begins on Cape Ann MA
with links to photographers, haiku poets and sketchers and painter. ~ We just had a major snowstorm on Cape Ann MA
Tis Winter in New England.



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'Come forth into the light of things, let nature be your teacher.'
~ William Wordsworth




Sky just before the Snow Storm on Cape Ann MA

Sharing with Our World Tuesday







Wednesday ~ 

'A' for A Lot of snow on Cape Ann MA ~

birds scurry for food even in the storm and he was watching me

Sharing with ABC Wednesday (if there is one)


Outdoor Wednesday






Thursday ~ Good Fences From Around the World
A barn fence on Cape Ann MA

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Good Fences from Around the World








Friday on Thursday ~ Sky Watch Friday
'Calm before the Storm' on Cape Ann MA

Sharing with Sky Watch Friday


Friday ~ Haiku My Heart

Haiku and photo (haiga) from Cape Ann MA

Sharing with Rebecca's Haiku My Heart








Friday ~ Paint Party Friday
Dancing 'Angel of Hope'

Sharing with Paint Party Friday






Saturday ~ Critters
Bird in the snow on Cape Ann MA

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Saturday Critters and Camera Critters









Sunday Shadow Shot2 on Saturday
Shadows on New Fallen Snow on Cape Ann MA
See the 'sea smoke' over the ocean in background.

Sharing with Shadow Shot Sunday 2







Sunday ~ Sunday Sketches
Angel of Love ~ pen and ink and watercolor

Sharing with Sunday Sketches







'The Best for Last' ~ 
Here she is being a 'freshie' ~ She knew I was taking her picture
and this is the result ~ She is still a 'sweetie' and I love her.





We are wishing you a Happy Week ahead. xox

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Comments

  1. Snow near the ocean is special - I'm looking forward to more photos of it. And your little dog is always so cute!

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  2. What wonderful photos for each day of the week, but I can't help loving (a) the darling dog and (b) the fact that you live on the coast. I'm from the west coast of Canada, now living in Alberta, and I miss the ocean. However, we still have our elderly dog Lindy, and just the thought of her makes me smile inside.
    Kay
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  3. Howdy I guess you did have a lot of snow. We got some and some very low temperatures and now it is going to be 65 on Wednesday and then we get an ice storm on Saturday. Today's weather is not for the faint of heart. And I always love your puppy's photos, and great sky shots, and a fence shot. Your skill and talent as an artist is always nice to see, and some haiku to boot.
    Have a great week!!

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  4. wow you have alot of snow there, how cold does it get?

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  5. Lovely shots! That last one is just adorable.

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  6. Dearest Carol; I LOVE the snow,fence and birdies♡♡♡ Yes, your Haiku is always fascinating, we have tranquility after a bit heavy rain right now :-)

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

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  7. Dearest Carol,
    your collection of photographs amazes me more and more, you live in such a paradise on heart, my sweetest friend, and your cute dog is truly a little angel living by your side !

    Hope your week is off to a good start,
    I'm sending blessings of joy on your coming days,
    be a sweetie !

    Xx Dany

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  8. Beautiful atmospheric skies - I love brooding skies and the energy build up before the storm. And the sweet angels - all three of them!

    Have a wonderful week Carol ... stay warm!
    Ruby

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  9. Love the barn fence picture. It looks very peaceful. And the shadow on snow photo is beautiful!
    Zoe is so adorable. My boys tend to look away when I'm taking picture of them :-)

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  10. tee hee-love Zoe's face! Your angel art is delicate and sweet. Of course I always love your wonderful shots around Cape Ann! Happy week to you Carol!

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  11. She is surely not giving your the raspberries. She is sticking her tongue out at that snow. Poor little thing. Poor you having to shovel a spot for her to get out. That snow is deep. Beautiful sky photos. I hope you have plenty of milk and bread. ;)

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  12. It's great how you have documented winter in New England. I like it so much to see your photos from that place far away from mine and I love your tiny angles too!

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  13. that is a lot of snow! makes for a great pic but looks cold brr lol
    peek a boo Zoe!

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  14. Besides a lot of snow A could also be for the angels!

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  15. i smiled at angels on a very cold winter grey surroundings! Photos are lovely.

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  16. Hope the snow doesn't stop you from your usual excursions around the cape. Love the angel paintings.

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  17. Wonderful!
    Calm before the storm is my favorite of this series

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  18. Calling by from ABC Wednesday, some lovely captures amongst this selection.

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  19. New to ABCW, and I really enjoyed scrolling through your lovely pictures.

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  20. I love picture: Shadows on New Fallen Snow. Amazing light.

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  21. The best for last!!!
    I sketched a pair of angels on Sunday!
    (ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!

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  22. I have to disagree on your "best" shot. I think the shadow shot is superb. Beautiful light, subject, depth of field. Happy New Year to you, and happy photographing.

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  23. Wonderful, snowy pictures. I love the bird on the feeder watching. And, your Angels are lovely. Funny, cute little assistant. Have a great week. Suzanne

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  24. Happy New Year! Wishing you have very wonderful days this year too. I like your Haiku and the photo. I enjoyed your shadow shot too. Thanks for sharing.

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  25. We had some snow last weekend too... my dogs had great fun ;-)

    Have a nice ABC-Wednesday / _ Week
    ♫ M e l ☺ d y ♫ (abc=w=team)
    http://melodymusic.nl/abc-wednesday-20a/

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  26. my sister in NC thought I was snowbound in ALB - we got NONE!
    ROG, ABCW

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  27. Had to come back again and thank you for your lovely comments on my latest ABC Wednesday post much appreciated. David was very supportive of my blogging when he was alive and it is only because of that I was able to continue after his death xx

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  28. Nice post. I enjoyed the Fence shot with the weathered wooden fence, the snow and sea smoke shot, the pretty angels, and that Raspberry from your sweet little Zoe.

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  29. beautiful fence and lovely angels :)

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  30. Fine post! Love the Calm Before the Storm and Shadow Shot2 especially, and the drawing are really cute!

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  31. It's intriguing to think that tranquility can be part of a storm, but, then again, tranquility is often found in the strangest places.

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  32. Dear Carol, I so enjoyed these windows into your changing landscape! That little bird in the snow photo is wonderful, as is your little muse! Wishing you both a tranquil weekend!

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  33. Rolling on the floor laughing at that last photo. How perfect!

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  34. Always a toss-up whether I like your haiku or its partner image more. Both always have indisputable merit, but today the winner is image.

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  35. I love scrolling through your creative world. So inspiring! Thank you.
    ~~ Irene

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  36. What sweet birds. Your angel is also sweet as is your Zoe!

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  37. very nice series of images. my favorites...the fence & sky pic.

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  38. Love the photos and the art... but of course my favorite is always the dog ♥♥♥ She is just so darn cute.

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  39. it does look very cold there, good to see the birds have some food though :-)

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  40. My fav is calm before the storm and your lively art work makes me feel happy. Your art is so free and sassy and fun!

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  41. Cute angels and photos. Love the little pooch. :)

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  42. Hello Carol. I love your sweet feeder birds. The nuthatch is a favorite. Your Zoe is a cutie too. Love the sky shots. Very pretty angel sketches. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Enjoy your day and weekend!

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  43. The angel of hope...and angel of love are so beautiful! Love your good fence and the shadows in your other photos! Enjoy your weekend!

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  44. I appreciate the tranquility of that time just before the storm.

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  45. Nothing makes me shiver more than shadows on snow!

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  46. Lovely angels and birds, they all have wings...
    Please, tell me, what is a shutterbug?
    Habe a cozy weekend and a great fly in imagination

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  47. Oh I loved that view across your deck covered in fresh, DEEP! Snow! Awesome to watch the ocean 'smoke' beyond too!
    & Miss Zoe is the sweetest wee rascal on the Cape!
    Enjoy your weekend!

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  48. Beautiful photos, Carol! Love the birds, especially.
    Have a great weekend!

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  49. Your Shadows on New Fallen Snow image is lovely.

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  50. Nice images Carol. I was in Gloucester, MA, back in the fall before the snow. You have a nice variety of pics to share. Cute little dog shot with his tongue out. We have nuthatches at our feeders often right now.

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  51. Beautiful images Carol, your doggie is sweet.

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  52. Great photos! I especially love the shadow shot!

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  53. yes she is the best sweet little bird in snow

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  54. so much beauty to be found by your side! thank you carol. winter has dressed your landscape in purity and wonder. i love it all!

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  55. Such a wonderful collection of photo's.....I have to say I am smitten with your little love....poking out his tongue...love it! thanks for the kind comments left on my blog...Cath@Home

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  56. It is always so nice to see your week!

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  57. A wonderful selection, Carol. I love the birds in the snow!

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  58. Beautiful photos especially the sky shots before and after the storm.

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  59. Beautiful series of photographs of everyday something.
    I love the birds and your dog, thanks.
    Best regards, Irma

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  60. Dear Carol, your haiku is so reassuring and tranquil - I love it. Thank you for your kind words over at mine.

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  61. Lovely photos and sketches, love the birds in the snow! Makes me want to go sketch some birds

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  62. your angels are sweet and photos are lovely

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  63. Hello Carol - I'm back blogging after 10 months, and so happy to see that you and ArtMuseDog continue to seek beauty around you every day and share that with us. Your photographs and eloquent descriptions are such a treat!

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  64. Beautiful photographs. I love the pictures of the blue bird (maybe a bluejay?). And your angels are so sweet!! Pretty. :)

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  65. So many beautiful shots! I love snow at the shore, it's magical to someone who doesn't see much of either shore or snow.

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  66. Gorgeous shots..love the snow against the water! Lovely angels of love and hope...a great start for the New Year!! Zoe is the cutest face ever...never tire of her sweetness!!

    Hugs Giggles

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  67. The snow looks beautiful in your area -- almost makes me wish I could experience it (almost). Most girls couldn't get away with that 'sticking out the tongue look' but Zoe carries it off beautifully.
    I think we are all going to need your angel of hope for the next few years.

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  68. Now these are gorgeous photos you took. I love that shot in the snow but it gives me chills lol. So far, we only have one big snow in WV and it all melted now. The kids wants more for fun.

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  69. Stopping by for your Good Fence shot. I love the rustic-looking fence a lot.

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  70. Those photos are extraordinary. . .Angels are needed everywhere. I know. That bird looking at you. .Hey where's the rest of the food! I have squirrels that beg, so I know. Blessings, Janet

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