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4/10/17

A SHUTTER BUG EXPLORES ~ 79





Welcome to our blog originating from Cape Ann MA.
It is a beautiful place to live and me and my Yorkie
enjoy in all the seasons. I try to create beautiful
photography, meaningful haiku and original art works. My 
yorkie aka Artmusedog (is always nearby, if not close by when I am creating. Always reminding me of the present moment.
We hope you enjoy the blog, comment, share and
come back again. We love our blogger friends and
enjoy meeting new blogger friends too. 




'This new day is too dear with its hopes and invitations
to waste a moment on the yesterdays.'
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson




An area headed towards 'Norman's Woe' on Cape Ann MA
Norman's Woe is a very dangerous area and several ship wrecks have occurred here and many tourists have been washed out
into the ocean ~ It was also the subject of the poem

'Wreck of the Hesperus by 
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow







'A Little Red School House' on Cape Ann MA
Now it is the Magnolia Historical Society and under renovation.
located in Magnolia MA ~ a village area of Cape Ann







Wonderful rocks of Cape Ann MA and
a fence put up to protect people who don't
know how dangerous the ocean can be.






More clouds than sun on Cape Ann MA
I think Spring is going to turn into Summer
Mind you, though, our President said there is
no such thing as 'Climate Change or Global Warming.'
What do you think?






A Haiku for you
 from Cape Ann MA 







A Happy Easter Angel 
from Cape Ann MA 







A flock of Geese resting near pond on Cape Ann MA









The 'Queen' reigning over her kingdom on Cape Ann MA









Overlooking Tablet Rock on Cape Ann MA at twilight time
Shadows are slowly waning as the day draws to an end.









A little Angel from
Cape Ann MA to 'watch over you ~




Thanks to the following blog links listed below for hosting. 




We are wishing you Happy Days, ^_^

Your posted comments add delight to our blog. thanks, xox







Yorkie's owner and author of the blog.

68 comments:

  1. Hari Om
    You show us your area in all its moods so beautifully! Sending Love. YAM xx

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  2. The Emerson quote is wonderful. Have a great week.

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  3. Beautiful shots - that is some rugged coastline you've shown us this week. Don't get me started on our president...

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  4. Those trees persisting to grow on those boulders are so incredible, maybe they are century old trees!

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  5. As always your photos of the water are very beautiful.That stretch of water looks fascinating but also very dangerous. Give the little dog an extra pat from me - one of his fans in Australia!

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  6. Sure is beautiful and thank you for sharing.
    Coffee is on

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  7. What an all around beautiful post Carol. Thank you for sharing your lovely Cape Ann. I'm very happy to see your darling angels appearing again:) And so nice to see both Zoe and you. Have a wonderful week Carol!

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  8. Of course there is climate change. Anyone not living inside a tower built to try to prop up their ego would know this.
    On a lighter side, love your Easter Angels. It is beginning to look like spring in your area. Have a hoppy Easter.

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  9. Love the photos of the area that are reminiscent of the poem by Longfellow - such a sad sad poem!

    Leslie
    abcw team

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  10. HI Carol. I love your Angels today. You have some lovely photos, Norman's Woe is pretty, but it does look a bit brutal, and the rocks are really great. Have a wonderful Easter.

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    1. Would comment on your blog but you don't seem to have any recent posts and what you do have is on G+ ~ let me know ~

      Wishing you a Happy Week ~ ^_^

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  11. Geese are evil! scary things when they chase you :p

    the rocks are so neat looking, would make a nice simple painting

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  12. Very nice photos! I really like the rocky landscape. Cannot stop exploring places like that. #OurWorldTuesday

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  13. I love these pictures. I have not seen a picture of a little Red School house like that. Love it.

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  14. What a wonderful and true quote! We all should remember it more often, don't you think?
    Lovely photo's too

    Have a nice ABC-day / -week
    ♫ M e l ☺ d y ♫ (abc-w-team)
    http://melodymusic.nl/20-n/

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  15. I always like rocky places. Nice one here :)

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  16. Yes those rocks do look ship wreckable. Looking or feeling like the wreck of the Hesperus used to be a something people said that one does not hear nowadays. Lovely coastal views. Lucky history group to have such a nice building.

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  17. Your rock photos are wonderful, Carol. Long ago and far away now, I wrote a poem about a big rock, and your photos bring back that feeling.
    Kay
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  18. I'm back. I didn't notice what you said about The Wreck of the Hesperus and Ralph Waldo Emerson. Wow.
    Kay

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  19. Such beautiful photos! I especially love the photo of the "queen." She has a regal look :-)
    Have a lovely evening! xo

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  20. Norman's Woe looks rocky. Interesting about the Wreck of the Hesperus. They needed one of your little angels to keep them safe!

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  21. I love that red building. Cape Ann has so much beauty!

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  22. I had a friend named Norman who died last year
    ROG, ABCW

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  23. Lovely angels, and the Queen is a great photo!
    Happy Easter!

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  24. wonderful photos and artwork! i love that little red schoolhouse!

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  25. Happy Easter to you on Cape Ann! Lovely shot over Tablet Rock!
    I'm glad the little red school house is being cared for!

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  26. Lovely shots! I love the one of the "Queen".

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  27. Great photos. Love the lake photos and the geese and of course "The Queen" Ha ha!

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  28. I love that Red school house. Looks like the movie makers would love to have it in a movie of olden times. Enjoy your afternoon!

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  29. Great post with some wonderful views of your area. Norman's Woe looks beautiful but I can see why it could be dangerous. It's nice they put up a fence on those rocks to help protect people. Great shots of the geese & I loved the Table Rock shot as well.

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  30. no wonder it was called Norman's Woe - loving your photos this week :-)

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  31. I like that red schoolhouse, (I am a teacher.) and that view of tablet rock at twilight is gorgeous. Thanks for linking up today and have a great weekend!

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  32. I love visiting Cape Ann and you have shown me some sites I haven't seen before. I love your little Easter angel!

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  33. Another lovely post, Carol! How interesting to see the place that inspired 'The wreck of the Hesperus. Happy PPF, Happy Easter, hugs, Valerie

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  34. Luv those rocks
    A Happy and Holy Good Friday to you and artmuse

    much love...

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  35. May the Chicken Littles of the world not get you down!

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  36. lOve those little red school houses! My dad has one by his old house in Drakut. Cute Easter drawing!

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  37. I love that haiku! The photos are beautiful, I really like Tablet Rock. And about climate change: I think only people with their heads buried deep in the sand can deny there's climate change. Hopefully when they finally come up for air, they will still be able to breathe ... :-(

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  38. Love that schoolhouse. Climate change is here to stay. We need to act on it now. I don't understand why people want to destroy the planet we all on.

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  39. Lovely photos and a beautiful spot on earth. Happy Easter.

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  40. I think he needs to wash the orange out of his hair and maybe he can think more clearly (well, you asked), and I think your angels are adorable and I think Chicken Little needs a towel. Best of all is the Queen, who sits looking proudly over her land. Happy Day! :)

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  41. love hearing geese as they fly overhead happy easter

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  42. I do love to visit here! It is always a delight! I especially like your darling angels! Happy Easter Carol!

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  43. Your haiku is charming and your angels are so sweet! Interesting about Norman's Woe. I hope people become more careful there. Happy Easter wishes to you!

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  44. Beautiful rocky shoreline and sky shots! Have a Happy Easter.

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  45. Wonderful photographs and darling Easter Angels.

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  46. Sweet angels for the challenges, Happy Easter Carol!

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  47. Happy Easter to you and Art Muse dog.

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  48. An angel always makes me feeling happy.
    Such a good feeling.

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  49. Wow love the red school house and all the different textures in each photos! A stunning series this week! Adorable Angel too! Happy Easter!

    Hugs Giggles

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  50. Dear Carol, I want to climb those rocks!!! Chicken Little was correct! I hope the sky stops falling on you and soon! I hope you and Zoe have a beautiful weekend on the other coast!

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  51. Hello Carol, I love the view in the first photo. Your Easter angels are so pretty, lovely sketches. The geese and ducks are cute. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend! Happy Easter to you and your family!

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  52. I don't bother kings or queens. Geese that is. It's almost nesting season. Yikes.

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  53. Carol, Happy Easter to you and your family. Thanks for sharing.

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  54. Carol ~
    Wonderful photos . . .
    Spring and new beginnings . . .
    Happy Easter . . .
    Thank you for visiting me at the Irish Garden House . . .
    Love ~
    Lynne

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  55. Hi Carol, your post is beautiful. I love the geese, especially the queen. Thanks for always visiting my blog. I have added myself as a follower to yours. Happy Easter. Jo

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  56. Cape Ann, MA is fascinating...especially sad Norman's Woe. Beautiful photos. The little red schoolhouse is so pretty...so glad it has survived the years. Have a wonderful Easter!

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  57. lovely to see spring coming to life in your world.
    your Easter angel is lovely.

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  58. I enjoyed your tales of the ocean Carol. People do very silly things when near tidal places they don't understand. Enjoy your Easter Eggs today.

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  59. part of my beach is also fence to stop stupids to climb down.

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  60. Lovely post, it gave me an idea of what its like in your neck of the woods. I could tell you what I think of your president, but it would not get published, LOL.
    Take care, Gordon.

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  61. Lovely post !!
    Happy Easter !!

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  62. It's always so very interesting to read your notes about Cape Ann MA. Your beautiful pictures illustrate the stories greatly and I also love your Easter angel and sister angel :)

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  63. I just LOVE the little red school house. Awww oh so darling! And wonderful Easter angels. :)

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  64. dear carol,
    i love drinking in the beauty that surrounds you! xo

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


thanks ^_^