|Macro for Macro Monday|
|Cape Ann Sky |
We are sharing with:
Favorite Photo Monday
Post Cards from Paradise
Your Sunday Best
Wishing you a wonderful week.
Hugs and namaste,
We love to have you post your comments, thoughts or questions to delight us all in the day ~ especially, ArtMuse Dog ^_^
QUOTE FOR THE DAY: 'Love is the spirit that motivates the artist's journey. The love may be sublime, raw, obsessive, passionate, awful or thrilling, but whatever its quality, it's a powerful motive in the artist's life.' ~ Eric Mansel
Intriguing painting. Very nice capture on the photo. I love the subtle light with a hint of pink, and the dark hill and tree silhouette. Lovely.ReplyDelete
Love the silhouette against the sky ~ it's beautiful! (Your dog is a cutie! We loves little doggies over here.)ReplyDelete
~Jenny (from Black Fox Homestead popping in from Rural Journal)
Love brush painting and your photo is so lovely and peaceful!ReplyDelete
so sweet :) I adore the fact that your dog is the Muse ;) xxo to bothReplyDelete
you are lucky with your skies - we are filled with smog in my area!ReplyDelete
Enjoying the blessing bowls. :)ReplyDelete
Love sky pics, too.
Have a super Sunday! :)
Thank you for visiting my blog :)
Looking at the bowl and then at the sky,ReplyDelete
I had the feeling the sky is kept inside the bowl.
blessing bowls, yours are wonderfulReplyDelete
I love the colors in your beautiful bowls. Have a wonderful week.ReplyDelete
such beautiful work, I just love the lightness and delicacy of your work,ReplyDelete
love your colourful blessing bowls and your sky photo is amazing!ReplyDelete
Sundays make me sad, 'cause next comes Monday :-(ReplyDelete
Yay love your bowls. I really get an essence of sacred and meaningfulness in them.ReplyDelete
Thank you for the story behind the blessing bowls. I love the fluidity that you capture. The sky is awesome!ReplyDelete
Hello, nice photo! Let's be friends? Http://lengilochka.blogspot.comReplyDelete
wonderful begging/blessing bowl sketches, espec. the golden ones that seem to glow from within.....ReplyDelete
Fabulous blessing bowls!ReplyDelete
Your blessing bowls are way too precious. Your skill with the Asian brush is simply amazing. Well done. :)ReplyDelete
There is a message on Nora Clemens blog for you:
seems she is not able to leave you a message here. Hope it makes you smile.
Love the soft focus of the flowers!ReplyDelete
Sometimes my bowl is full, sometimes it's empty. I try to give thanks, no matter what.ReplyDelete
Lovely story of the blessing bowls. Always nice to learn something new. I love the photo of your Dahlia too. It is a beautiful flower and photo. The Cape Ann sky is beautiful. I love Cape Ann..Have a wonderful week..ReplyDelete
The sketches are wonderful. I really love the flower.ReplyDelete
Love the new sketch.ReplyDelete
Your flowers and sketchers are awesome! Love the Asian style bowls. Have a great week!
I can get lost in the ever changing skies, always a subject for photography, I'm trying to practice 'detachment', trying to detach a little from addictive blogging - LOL!ReplyDelete
What charming alms bowels you've done. I enjoyed learning about them. Your photographs are also lovely.ReplyDelete
I'm always taking photos of the sky too. Normally I just post them on instagram :) I love your bowl sketches too! Especially the pink and yellow one on Fridays post. That is one of my favorite color combos :)ReplyDelete
Have a great week!
Pretty flowers and I love your bowls!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! I wonder if I could make like that do not have the talent I guess.ReplyDelete
Love the sky photo, if I every need some grounding I just look to the sky! And your blessing bowels sketch is lovely, thanks! CheriReplyDelete
Love the sky photo, always look to the sky its so grounding! The blessing bowels are precious! Thank you, CheriReplyDelete
I love your sketches!ReplyDelete
please forgive my late arrival. the weekend has been filled with harvesting the garden and all the traditional preparations for ensuring the bounty of this summer will last through the fall.
as i can, freeze, dry, and cook with this summers harvest i am smiling at buddha throwing the begging bowl into the water saving just enough to sustain him until enlightenment. i seem to be preparing for a much longer period of study!
thanks for being here and sharing you beauty!
Another fantastic post! Your painting is awesome!ReplyDelete
Hi Carol.....love the flowers1!! I am inspired by flowers every time I walk by the florist!!! and gorgeous gardens!!!!ReplyDelete
The sky is a work of art in itself don't you think. Lovely pictures and you sketch is amazing too.ReplyDelete
Wow! I love your painting. What pretty colors!ReplyDelete
I love your beautiful pics & sketches!ReplyDelete
You capture the most beautiful skies, Carol. Thank you for sharing at Your Sunday Best this week.ReplyDelete
Great post and lovely flowers!ReplyDelete
Lovely soft focus macro, Carol. End of summer gifts. Last year I participated in a special evening to feed the hungry. Pottery students made bowls at a local college, you "bought" a bowl by contributing to a local food pantry and then had a simple meal of beans, bread and water with others. I still keep the bowl out where I can see it.ReplyDelete
In our area we're finally getting some beautiful skies instead of haze. Yesterday a pink sunrise. Fall!
lovely blessing bowls!ReplyDelete
I'll be doing some sumi'e soon. I sure miss this medium.