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Saturday, December 18, 2010

What Else Could I Do?

And as night drew near, what else could I do?
I embraced the shadowed world,
Entwined with lapus blue.
Another moment noticed, 
Another gift received,
Looking out my window,
With gratitude,
I breathed.

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29 comments:

  1. Dear Laura, you are on my mind every day! Sending much love!! Silke

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  2. your images and words are always so healing and such a gift.

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  3. Surreal and mysterious and beautiful!

    And I love your piece and pics about the White Mountains below -- boy I miss that spot. My husband and I climbed Mt. Washington many years ago when we lived in Massachusetts. I miss mountains!

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  4. What a calming ShadowShot. The blue sky is fab! Happy SSS to you.

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  5. What else could you do?
    Being a soul such as you ~
    Spreading love and gratitude.

    We have had the most beautiful moonlit nights here this week. I say thank you for every one.

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  6. There is such magic in the night, isn't there? This was lovely, Laura.

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  7. Beautiful in image and words - I love the sentiment expressed here...
    Have a lovey Sunday dear Laura,
    xoxo

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  8. That's lovely! I hope you have a happy and safe holiday season :)

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  9. I love your gratitude...thank you for spreading it around..great photo...happy Sunday to you and yours Laura. XX

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  10. thank you for the reminder.

    i love watching the darkness enter the visual field of world.


    blessings.

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    ps somewhere i imagine chipmunks are chattering their teeth. stay cozy.

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  11. Those first 3 lines struck me to my soul! Exquisite!

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  12. One little breath is all it takes to renew and refresh the soul, a moment in harmony with shadow and light, though fading, we are certain of it's return, if only in our hearts.

    Namaste sister!

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  13. trees and the night are very calming.
    thanks for the sss visit.

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  14. this is so moody and introspective, I love it. the poem too. beautiful.

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  15. your words are so beautifully paired with the pic...and bring peace to the heart...

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  16. Wonderful poem. Have a wonderful day, Inge

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  17. The shadow is soothing on a sunny day where shade is wished for. The temps may be cold, cut set against the purple night sky, the soothing change of light is equally soft and gentle. It is a shadow of wonderful note!

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  18. The photo presents the wonderful mystery of shadow and light! Gorgeous!

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  19. Wow! That blue background is so gorgeous...so glad you snapped a picture for us to enjoy!

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  20. Beautiful - and what a gift you have to see the gift no matter what the packaging.

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  21. the gift of shadow shot sunday?
    embracing the dark and the light,
    has brought me to
    you.....

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  22. You have captured my favorite color in a shade I've never seen before!

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  23. So sweet, Laura. The photo and the words touch my heart.

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