|Low Tide on Cape Ann MA for Water World link|
|Life at Cape Ann MA beach at low tide ~ for My Memory Art and Like Xmas links|
|Haiku for Carpe Diem Haiku - 'prompt' - magic fields link|
|'Red Sails' on Cape Ann Harbor for images by cw link|
|'N' for Night on Cape Ann MA for Alphabe Thursday link|
|Seen at Craft Fair on Cape Ann MA ~ for Rurality Blog Hop|
Cape Ann MA is really Gloucester which is an island connected by two bridges. It has several beautiful sandy beaches and then beaches with the rocky coast and more sea character where as a child I would search for crabs to put in a pail with salt weather. When the day at the beach was over, the crabs would go back into their home in the ocean. Quite a wonderful place to play as child or as an adult. Now, I like to play with my camera and artmuse
dog at these rocky beaches.
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water world wednesday
my memory art
carpe diem haiku
images by cw
rurality blog hop
We wish you the best in each day. xxooo
Your posted comments delight us in every way. Thanks.
QUOTE FOR THE DAY: ' Now I have been happy lately, thinking about the good things to come.' ~ Cat Stevens
Carol, Cape Ann looks like a wonderful place to play. A place for the children, adults and the cute puppy dogs like Art Muse. The Red Sail and the moon shots are my favorites. Have a great evening.ReplyDelete
green is my valley... ah! beautiful.ReplyDelete
nice pictures andReplyDelete
a serene haiku
Beautiful haiku Carol ... I like that third line "green is my valley" ... really a nice image you have painted with your haiku. By the way an awesome post.ReplyDelete
Such gorgeous captures! Cape Ann sounds like an awesome place to spend the day.ReplyDelete
Such great childhood memories and you are still continuing to make those memories along the beach ~ I love the "red sails" and enjoy the simple pleasure of "walking over nature's gems" LOVE that!! JudiReplyDelete
Lovely haiku and picture.ReplyDelete
Put me in mind of this poem set in Wales, of course:)
Capt Llewellyn's Poem, from "How Green was my Valley"
Courage come to me from the height of the mountain, and with it came the
dignity of manhood and knowledge of the tree of Life, for now I was a
branch, running with the vital blood, waiting in the darkness of the
Garden for some unknown Eve to tempt me with the apple of her beauty, that
we might know our nakedness, and bring forth sons and daughters to magnify
the Lord our God.
Beautiful take on "magical fields" and awesome pictures; love them allReplyDelete
Blessed are those who live in green valleys!ReplyDelete
looks lovely in your neck of the woods today..enjoyed my visit
Loved them all, but the night shot~wow! That is something special.ReplyDelete
Green is my valley... love that... and I love the pictures of the low tide.ReplyDelete
I would love to visit there one day.ReplyDelete
These are lovely photos, Carol! I have always dreamed of going to Maine. Maybe one day :)ReplyDelete
Lovely shots! Like that green moss close to the water. ^_^ReplyDelete
Thank you for joining Water World Wednesday
Another scenic series, and I love that big dog seen at the craft fair! My own ignorance, I didn't realize Cape Ann was Gloucester. I love Gloucester and Rockport, but haven't been there since the mid 70s. A beautiful area!ReplyDelete
Thanks for your visit and comment on my RBG #28 post.
green is my valley...such beautiful words by themselves. Lovely haiku, Carol! And thank you for your sweet comments. I wasn't able to reply while away.ReplyDelete
So many wonderful pictures of your world! The seasonal full moon was certainly spectacular!ReplyDelete
Great group of nature and beach shots.I love low tide!! Thanks so much for your comment on my blog. cheers.ReplyDelete
Your capture of the moon is rapturous♫ Loved my visit. My Rurality: http://lauriekazmierczak.com/nursery/ReplyDelete
Spectacular captures - Cape Ann looks like paradise!ReplyDelete
If that dog is a craft it surely looks real...amazing!ReplyDelete
You live in such a lovely area, Carol!ReplyDelete
It does sound like a nice place to play, and the pictures are fantastic!ReplyDelete
How pretty! BTW I love Cat Stevens...ReplyDelete
Green is my valley.ReplyDelete
That is good. I like it.
I always enjoy your photos!ReplyDelete
Love the dog -- I guess Artmuse Dog found a friend!
Truly walking outside in nature's gems is more brilliant than visiting any jewelry store.ReplyDelete
Beautiful beautiful photos and haiku!ReplyDelete
Your pictures are always so bright and lovely :-)ReplyDelete
Love this weeks' haiku!ReplyDelete
Oh, Carol! I always loved your posts. This one is another cool one, especially the Haiku.ReplyDelete
That big stuffed dog is cute... looks quite real... Thanks for sharing on Rurality Blog Hop this week!ReplyDelete
That photograph of "Night" is really neat...ReplyDelete
It looks so peaceful and quiet!
Nice post for the letter "N"...
Thanks for linking.