Monday, January 2, 2012

Remembering - A River of Stones

memory is
a blank canvas
painted with emotion
I'm participating in small, daily observations throughout January:

18 comments:

  1. The canvas you share is stunning... Happy New Year!

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  2. The stormy image complements the words. Well done!

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  3. Welcome back and thank you for sharing your good things -- both beautiful posts...I look forward to checking back often.

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  4. welcome back to blogging Barb. I'm happy you're participating in January River. I'm trying my hand again too. your stones are always thoughtful and deep. great photo too. wishing you all the best cheer of 2012 Barb. take care now. I look forward to your stones.

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  5. What words of wisdom! And a stunning shot.

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  6. That is a beautiful canvas. I can not help sighing.
    Tomoko.

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  7. I love the shot -there is a sense of moving forward. Memories change with time, sometimes washed away and rewritten.

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  8. Hi Barb,

    Good to see that you are actively blogging again and with a very picture.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  9. Barb, this image just spoke to me and I can't tell you why. But I will say this, the blues and grays are fantastic. And on a sidebar I'd love to be near a beach. Carol

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  10. Well, this is a wonderful start to the month. I have to say that some canvases are more blank than others.

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  11. love this sentiment... so true. peace...

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  12. so true, painted with emotion. which changes over time. peace...

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  13. Beautiful photo Barb, - and perceptive words.

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  14. Barb, that is an evocative thought and a vivid photo (California?). Glad to have your blog posts back up to read!

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  15. The picture is stunning, and it goes so well with the text, or vice versa!

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  16. I love deserted, winter beaches. And hey, very nice aphorism!

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