Through the Lens I see peace in nature.
Happy Winter Solstice
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|Lonely Dove resting in the sun for I Heart Macro 2 and Saturday's Critters link.|
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I especially love the first photo, though I think the doves are so sweet. You are very talented.ReplyDelete
Awesome moon and terrific captures for the day as always, Carol!! Want to wish you a very Merry and Beautiful Christmas!! Enjoy!!ReplyDelete
Wonderful captures. I like that first shot.ReplyDelete
Tender and beautiful dear Carol. Thank you for sharing the love up-close. Wishing you a warm and joyful Christmas.ReplyDelete
I like your comment about seeing peace in nature through your lens - that's something I frequently try to capture. And sometimes the opposite too. Nice shots!ReplyDelete
Just beautiful Carol. Great photos. Wishing you the same. Take care.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photograph and I love the haiku especially the line "tears of joy and sorrowing"ReplyDelete
Fantastic shots of the dove in the snow.ReplyDelete
That's a great moon shot! Looks like it's being gently held in place by the clouds.ReplyDelete
Love those snowy shots!ReplyDelete
A wonderful series of photos! Happy SWF! I'm like you; not a big fan of using G+ and no one being able to find me back :-(ReplyDelete
Anyway, have a very Merry Christmas and see you in the New Year.
Love the moon and falling snow shot.ReplyDelete
Thanks for dropping by, happy holidays :)
I love watching the doves! Great photos!ReplyDelete
Cheers from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!
Hi,Carol. Nice captures. I like the moon photo very much. I also like your Haiku. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
great photos Carol-I love how the mourning doves fluff up their feathers to keep warm. We have 4 pairs that visit us regularly. Merry, merry to you and Artmuse dog!ReplyDelete
Isn't it interesting that tears can be both joyful and sad? Best to you during this holiday season!ReplyDelete
Seas, Farmers, and Canals
Merry Christmas to you!
Awesome photos. I kind of wish it would snow here...just once.ReplyDelete
I dont know if my comment "took" or not. Google/Blogger is acting odd.ReplyDelete
This is nice!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas to you!
Love the moon shot. Have a good Christmas.ReplyDelete
What a lovely magical pic, Carol!ReplyDelete
i hope you have a wonderful christmas, carol.ReplyDelete
oh, yay! you don't have google+ comments any more!!!!! yay!!!ReplyDelete
gorgeous moon shot! beautiful haiku and lovely photos of the doves!ReplyDelete
Tears... whether joyful or sorrowful .... are indeed a gift allowing our feelings to flow! Enjoy this holiday season! and thank you for sharing your beautiful take on the world around you and shining your light for all to see!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous haiku and beautiful photosReplyDelete
The moon looks so mysterious behind those dark clouds ... lovely haiga and photos. Merry Christmas, Carol :)ReplyDelete
Your photos have a lovely soft feeling to them going well with your prose... MichelleReplyDelete
Nothing like a gentle snow fall for a peaceful night! Wonderful images this week.ReplyDelete
It does not look like that out of my window!!ReplyDelete
Nice! (I don't mind the cold!)
Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
A nice collection of shots. I especially like the sky.ReplyDelete
Hope you have a wonderful Christmas!!!
Wonderful photos! Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas, lovely photos.ReplyDelete
That is one impressive dove. Yes, Mr. Dove...I see you quite well, and you are very pretty as are the moon and the snowfall. Happy Season. genieReplyDelete
Hello Carol, I love puddles in the pavement. Wishing you all the best this holiday. I am so happy to be able to come here and share in your posts. XOReplyDelete
Carol, your doves are so sweet! And I love the last moon shot, very pretty. Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
Ooohh, that snow looks wicked cold! Be warm and have a Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
The dove is so sweet! Happy Holidays, Carol!ReplyDelete
Unfortunately we won't be having any snow for Christmas, but that doesn't matter, we already have the spirit in us!ReplyDelete
I'm here to wish you (and not forgetting AM Dog) a Happy Christmas and a Prosperous New Year Carol.ReplyDelete
Danke für die schönen Bilder CarolReplyDelete
schöne Weihnachten und ein gutes Jahr2014 wünschen das katerchen und der Pauli..man
Have a nice Saturday;ReplyDelete
Please stop by my blog Dec 25th - Jan 5th for 'The Twelve Days of Christmas' : 6th year celebration
Being the last, the moon pic leaves a lingering and lasting impression. Great pics and great haiku. Merry Christmas to you, Carol!ReplyDelete
Wonderful images and I love both you haiku Carol.ReplyDelete
We're having a heatwave don here in Brisbane, so the coolness of snow was appreciated :)
Hando's puddle is getting a workout! ;)ReplyDelete
That haiku inspired on Hando's haiku is really a masterpiece Carol. Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
All of your pictures and your Haiku speak to me. Your blog emanates peace and comfort ... you teach lessons we should all absorb. I wish you a warm and family filled Christmas, Carol.ReplyDelete
Andrea @ From The Sol
I agree with everyone. You always pick just the right pictures for your lovely words. I simply love them!ReplyDelete
Beautiful...the entire post Carol!!!ReplyDelete
And may I stop here right now....to wish you the best of holidays. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Happy holidays, Carol!ReplyDelete
Though the lens I see indefinite possibilities.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas to you.
oohhhhh some of my favorite critters!! and your header image is stunning!!ReplyDelete
merry christmas carol, i hope you have a wonderful holiday!!
A wonderful series of photos! Happy Holidays and wishing you a Very Happy New Year! :)ReplyDelete
Love those sweet doves.ReplyDelete
interesting shots, and very nice haiku today...Happy Healthy Holidays, Carol....ReplyDelete
Beautiful series. Love the dove and moon shots.ReplyDelete