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Trust a precious commodity invaluable like time and water.
“…I am waiting for a rebirth of wonder…” “…and I am waiting for the American Eagle to really spread its wings and straighten up and fly right…” “…and I am waiting for forests and animals to reclaim the earth as theirs…” “…and I am waiting for … Continue reading
Once again I am in a place where, even with my personal hot-spot cell connection, I’m unable to load photos onto my blog, or look at the ones my WordPress friends are offering for view! Grump!! Not sure if there’s … Continue reading
sun slides low in sky stands still – winks – turns about-face as earth and moon whirl In response to Frank J Tassone Haikai challenge #12 — winter solstice.
“Just like moon and like suns, With the certainty of tides, Just like hopes springing high, Still I’ll rise.” Maya Angelou Ascend
For over two weeks I’ve studied the photos I took at Long Beach on August 30, 2017 and consulted my trusty bird-books to determine whether these are Short-billed or Long-billed Dowitchers. “A medium to large shorebird with a long bill, … Continue reading
~ Sweet Life In Motion ~ Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge: Candid Shots ~ Unposed People + Animals In The Wild ~
Sweet life in motion wind – wave – sand – energy flows earth finds her balance Thanks to Cee for another stimulating challenge!
Why is this adult Canada Goose lingering at the edge of the reeds, and wherefore such a malignant eye on me? Could there be a nest nearby? This week we are challenged to “notice the structure of everyday things … Continue reading
~ on the first anniversary of my father’s passing ~ June 3, 2017 ~ at the edge of a continent sun kisses ocean and sky mist rises clouds tumble fine as the sands of time sun kisses ocean and sky … Continue reading
Yesterday, as I walked the trail through the marshy dunes from the beach to our condominium (Long Beach, WA), I spotted birds I’d never seen before. Fortunately, I had my Panasonic with telephoto so I was able to get good enough … Continue reading