Nature, Writing, Photography - Celebrating the Positive
Lovely shot, Barb. Hope you have been enjoying your summer. Are the leaves turning yet? :)
I am now learning to filter everything that comes into my life.Through this shot, I can see a circle of light in the midst.Hope you are enjoying your summer and welcoming your early fall.I look forward to my FALL outings.
Interesting words, Barb. Very deep, actually. I'm sitting here pondering them (5 a.m.) wondering if we know all the filters that control our thoughts. How can each of us look at the same event, compile our thoughts and come up with so many versions and interpretations? I suspect each of us uses not just one but a complicated system of filters for every thought we have.Ha! Maybe I ought to go back to bed. :))
Pretty! And so still!!!
So very pretty! The water as a canvas is lovely.
Hmmm...viewing life without a filter. Interesting concept. Love your water reflection photo. Simply lovely!
hi there Barb, I've been away from home, and am feeling so tardy about my visits. but in some ways I'm thinking that it's good to be away for awhile because when I return to such clarity and wonderful writing, well, I have new eyes. your reflections are enough, without the words but I love "the light and your own perspective". wow, that's some pretty awesome light you've captured. a real feel-good photo. happy day to you.
You always remind me of something important or express nicely what I have in my mind but can't express well myself. I'd like to keep my eyes clear as crystal to see the world filtering through my eyes. Have a happy and restful week, Barb.Yoko
nice...great shot and love the verse...being a nature fan and out in it i figure if the view is not perfect you just sit there long enough and the sun will change it...
This post is a metaphor for last week here in upstate, NY. We lost power for 36 hours during and after Hurricane Irene. After the power came back on, we all did a happy dance in the neighborhood and went on our ways. A generator kept water out of our basement and the fridge and freezer going. Fifteen miles down the road, Barb, our neighbors in villages nearby were suffering greatly. I had no idea until we drove to Schoharie to renew our vehicle registration. My reality was so different from theirs. Great photo, Barb, and as always, great words of wisdom!*Maria
awesome reflection - i love everything that's going on in the photo. Great stuff :) (i'm not a huge filter fan either..)
Beautifully taken Barb... Loved the pic, so calm and eye catching...Have a fabulous week ahead:)
Your words touch me, Barb. They express so beautifully a concept that sometimes escapes me for awhile. Thank you for the reminder, - lovely photo.
Such a serenely beautiful reflection accompanied by such thoughtful words. Altogether, lovely!
wonderful words and a photo that takes me there...
'just the light and my own perspective' - wonderful words to use in a poem, too, some day! (Be quick, or I might steal them, lol.)
Your comments are always one good thing for me!