~ Lens-Artists Photo Challenge # 187: Water ~


From way up here the earth looks very small,
It’s just a little ball of rock and sea and sand,
No bigger than my hand.

From way up here the earth looks very small,
They shouldn’t fight at all
Down there upon that little sphere.

Their time is short, a life is just a day,
You think they’d find a way.
You think they’d get along
And fill their sunlit days with song.

From way up here the earth is very small,
It’s just a little ball, so small, so beautiful and dear.

Their time is short, a life is just a day,
Must be a better way
To use the time that runs among the distant suns.

From way up here the earth is very small,
It’s just a little ball, so small, so beautiful and dear

Source: Musixmatch

Songwriters: P. Seeger / M. Reynoldsh

Wherever you are, please honor our earth, continue to be kind and stay safe.🐾

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8 Responses to ~ Lens-Artists Photo Challenge # 187: Water ~

  1. Anne Sandler says:

    Beautiful examples of water Lindy! Thanks for participating in this challenge.

  2. JohnRH says:

    Great photos. LOVE that first one!

  3. Wind Kisses says:

    I love the words you picked to mimic your photos. I love a walk on the beach and the last photo of the horizon in the distance feels like and invitation. Donna

  4. judith armatta says:

    Beautiful photos, poem, and sentiment. Thank you!

    xo judith

  5. Amy says:

    Beautiful set of water photos, Lidy. The first one is creative. Love the peacefulness of the last image.

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