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Today we are exploring photography, haiku, silence and nature at various blogs. The photo above is for 52 Photos Project with a (word prompt ~ something new we have started). I chose the photo of the smiling Buddha because I just started back again taking formal yoga classes. I have done yoga for many years now. Periodically,though, I find I need the renewal of a class to get me back to more regular yoga and social facilitation always helps.
The haiku below is for Haiku Sensational which occurs every Wednesday of the week. It is a delightful group of talented poets. Much can be discerned from their creative haiku. The word prompt was 'conversation.'
The other blogs are Wordless Wednesdays and Nature Footstep represent to me silence ~ They are Nature Foot Step with Water Wednesday. Wordless are Aquariann's, In Him We Live, and Dave's Life and 'Out of the Fog' photo is for all of them.
leading to the dangling void
never to occur.
dazzling with words singing peace
come often to me.
connecting each one
with loving words spreading peace
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QUOTE FOR THE DAY: ' Let us imagine care of the soul, then, as an application of poetics to everyday life.'
wow..the pics are so lovelyReplyDelete
Hi Carol!!!! wonderful place and I love the garden buddha....ReplyDelete
Hi Carol! Excellent photos! I really like the "Out of the Fog" photo the best, so mystifying.ReplyDelete
the buddha looks very content there...but then he is the buddha, so he should.ReplyDelete
Great pictures! Happy Wednesday!! :)ReplyDelete
Hi there - really like the fog picture.ReplyDelete
Stewart M - Australia
A very restful photograph and interesting words to accompany it. :))ReplyDelete
I just recently started taking yoga again too. Nice shots!ReplyDelete
Love, love, love that fog photo! Makes me wish I were there.ReplyDelete
all lovely!! i wish to have water nearby, so calming, so many things.ReplyDelete
especially love that quote, thank you
A lovely trio of haiku. I sensed the mystical in them.ReplyDelete
I enjoy the silence of my days. Great haiku and photos Carol!ReplyDelete
Hi Carol, just stopping in to say hello. I love to take pictures of fog too. It seems there is something mysterious about it. A cloud on the earth.ReplyDelete
Thank you for the reminder to enjoy the silence. Lovely photos too :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful capture. Have a great WW.ReplyDelete
I love your photo. Good luck on your yoga practice, Carol!! xoReplyDelete
wonderful that you're reviving your yoga practice with classes. i find i need the very same thing in my practice as well ;)ReplyDelete
love this buddha statue.
Hi Carol! I just noticed that you live in MA. Not too far away from NH :) Lovely WW photos. The buddah looks peacefully happy. Feel free to stop by and link up your post!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful images! I like the Buddha, and really love the fog image!ReplyDelete
I'm sure Buddha could share a great conversation with you...nice haiku..ReplyDelete
dazzling with words singing peace
come often to me."
Beautiful capture of words and images!! Thank you for sharing! :)ReplyDelete
Sensational Haiku Wednesday - What were you saying?
Wonderful post! Silence is golden. Namaste!ReplyDelete
Maybe you and I was at the same place that misty morning. Cool! :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos an words!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing.
Wish you a wonderful weekend.
Love that fog photo! :)ReplyDelete
Full conversations seem to be full of loving words!ReplyDelete
Good luck on your yoga practice..ReplyDelete