|Flower Growing on Canal Pilings|
Welcome to our blog where I view life from the eyes of an artist's soul and with my assistant, ArtMuse Dog we explore how creativity enhances the inner spirit.
Today's post is for Wednesday which means we are exploring poets and photographers who are creatively expressing themselves in their own styles. Each blog is unique yet similar and filled with lots of creativity for the inner spirit.
We are sharing today with:
AQUARIANN'S WORDLESS WEDNESDAY
MY FAVORITE PHOTO
My haiku are below for Haiku Sensational which had as the prompt word 'confidence'. The photo above is one I took on my walk with ArtMuse Dog and amazed me by the fact beautiful flowers were growing on a piling in the canal at the entrance to Cape Ann Harbor. This photo shot is for Aquariann's Wordless Wednesday and Sue's My Favorite Photo. Hope you enjoy all this creativity and maybe consider linking up with our blog hop Magical Monday which is up all week for all creative people of all mediums.
instinctive behaviors rule
no soul, energy ruling
follow kingdom way.
confidence or instinctive
listen inner voice.
Wishing you the best in each day.
Hugs and namaste,
We love to have you post your comments, thoughts or questions to delight us all in the day, especially, ArtMuse Dog ^_^.
There is a blog hop here at A Creative Harbor every Monday and is open all week for all creative people and all mediums. Love to have you join us. ^_^
QUOTE FOR THE DAY: ' The Zen master calligrapher Hakuin (1686-1769) when asked how long it took him to produce a single work rendered in simple bold strokes, replied, 'Ten seconds and 80 years.'
Beautiful photo! Lovely how nature finds a way, hmm?ReplyDelete
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This is beyond cool. Great shot!ReplyDelete
I like that photo to!ReplyDelete
Amazing how the flowers are growing on that piling in such rough conditions at times as on the day you took this photo! Beautiful and strong! :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful photography and lovely haiku on nature!ReplyDelete
LOVE this picture! Thanks for stopping by my blog today.ReplyDelete
What an incredible photo -churning canal water, flowery pilings - you're so observant, have a great eye (or two)....Love the reference to animals confidence - of course!ReplyDelete
Woof to Art Muse Dog.
Ah, that inner voice is vital. Enjoyed these.ReplyDelete
"confidence or instinctive", I love that line. I really enjoy visiting your blog, the photography and poetry feel like a little escape.ReplyDelete
Here's one to ponder: Is confidence instinctive, or something we have to learn, or a little of both?ReplyDelete
Locked Red Door
that looks very nice on the canal..ReplyDelete
What a lovely photo! Happy WW! =)ReplyDelete
Beautiful photo! Isn't it amazing, the places a plant will grow and thrive?ReplyDelete
Gorgeous!! I'd love to visit where-ever that is; Looks so peaceful!ReplyDelete
Very nice set... condifence always builds from the inside!ReplyDelete
Cold wings of fire
Thank you for visiting Wordless Wednesday at http://acts17verse28.blogspot.com/. I appreciate you stopping by and sharing your photo this week! I hope to see you again soon.ReplyDelete
Have a great week,
you picture would make beautiful backdrop for my computer screen. It is natural and peaceful. Nature shots really do have the power to calm the soul.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing and I am following you from the WW Hop. Hope you can follow back.
I LOVE the colour of the water and the way you photographed with the drying grass in the foreground.ReplyDelete
making choices takes confidence, whether animal or humanReplyDelete
instinct is not a choice...
I liked the line about listening to your "inner voice." I believe we all have an inner voice telling us exactly the right things to do... But sometimes we get clouded and we can't hear it or forget that it is there.ReplyDelete
Love the haiku~that idea of confidence versus instinct is interesting.ReplyDelete
Yes it's all instinctive, whether human or otherwise! An animal in its way outwits man purely on instinct though! Great write Carol!ReplyDelete
instinct creates confidenceReplyDelete
if you trust it