As Water Flows

As water flows, my mind wanders – relinquishes thoughts and worries As water flows, I surrender to the blessing of life’s journey As water flows, I acknowledge the fluidity of emotions, of change As water flows, I experience the continum of life’s cycles. (Submitted for Cee’ Black & White Photo Challenge: flowing water.  Images are […]

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Apples

Roadside offering – abundance of ripe apples await deer crossing. (for Cee’s FOTD)

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Photo A Week: Reflection

Armed with Nancy Merrill’s prompt and my camera, I convinced my husband to drop me off at the river last night, just as the light was fading.  The stillness of the day promised to offer some good photo opportunities.  Autumn has turned up her colour, although the leaves are disappearing quickly, so I fear I […]

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A Rare Autumn Day

I’d been told that one street over from our house, behind the nursing home, there is a nature trail.  Ric has been busy working – driving back and forth between the city – and I have been homebound, moaning about the dull weather, so I haven’t had a chance to see it for myself. Then […]

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Lens-Artists: Big Can Be Beautiful

Beautiful are the large rock sculptures of Joshua Tree National Park. The large canyons in Arizona are also beautiful, although I’m too afraid of heights to get any closer than this. This snake bird, or anhinga is quite a remarkable, big bird. My granddaughter and I think big is best when it comes to bubbles. […]

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Lens-Artists Challenge: Windows

Stone buildings line the main streets of this quaint little town, their windows a throwback to another era.  I walk the trail from the waterfront to the boutiques and cafés downtown.  Shops are closed, as it’s Sunday, but the windows beckon. A bird atop a cage peeks out at me from a side window, and further […]

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Exploring Stonetown

Sunday, being the last day of September, spurred my longing to get outside.  The clouds hung low, threatening to drop their contents at any moment, but I didn’t care.  We’ve been in our new town for two months now, and have had little time for exploring. A river flows through the village, and there are […]

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