|One of Favorite Things that I use to Create This and That|
Welcome to our blog where we view life through the eyes of an artist soul and explore how creativity enhances the inner spirit.
Today, Thursday is a good combination of blogs to explore. ~ My Favorite Things and This and That and Should Be Doing Laundry. MFT is focused on people, places and things that some how bring joy and creativity to your life. TAT SBDL is presenting all of that but with the focus on photography.
searching through moments
gazing at the ocean, sky
reflections shine self.
self is playing now
walking, seeing beauty there
grateful I am here.
Hugs and namaste,
We love to have you post your comments, thoughts or questions to delight us all in the day ~ especially, ArtMuse Dog ^_^
Magical Monday Meme is here every Monday for all you 'creatives' and whatever you create.
QUOTE FOR THE DAY: 'The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.' (Carl Rogers)
Reading you is a pleasure, your paintings have a style of their own...you are indeed in our elements! Beautiful!ReplyDelete
Those Koi sets are such nice little palettes! Bright colors, too. It is wonderful that you have followed your passions. :)ReplyDelete
Oh, I really do love that picture! Well used and well-loved, I'm sure>ReplyDelete
Wish my parents HAD pushed me! Where is the balance? You do make pretty things.ReplyDelete
Happy Thursday, anyway!
You are wonderful just the way you are ~ You are YOU! ~ thanks, ^_^Delete
I love water colors.ReplyDelete
Beautiful pictures! Love the haiku - I was never very good at those, but I enjoyed them in school. I should try again. :) Thank you for sharing these with us!ReplyDelete
Yep ~ give it a try ~ it is wonderfully creative once you get the hang of it and there are so many different types of haiku ~ start with the 5-7-5 ~ 3lines ~ 17 syllables ~ enjoy ^_^Delete
Your haiku is wonderful. I'm not much of a writer myself. You asked what photo editing software I use. I use Photoshop Elements 10 for my Mac. Have a great weekend.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing that ~ I got it as a gift ~ 'another learning curve' ~ LOL ~ ^_^Delete
You are an inspiration, and I mean that in every sense of the word....ReplyDelete
Thanks, Joanne ~ I try my best ~ you are doing wonderfully ~ hugs and namaste, ^_^Delete
Love your opening photo of the paintbox.ReplyDelete
You are helping me to stay inspired.
Beautiful post Carol. You are very talented and inspiring.ReplyDelete
beautiful, Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop. xoReplyDelete
That is a wonderful shot of the ocean! It's perfect for movement. I love your haiku as well.ReplyDelete
I love your little paint box. Also the Fish painting. Sometimes I have found that kids are freely into Art up to about age 12 then they seem to put it away for awhile only FIND Art again when life settles down in their later years. Glad you found yours again.ReplyDelete