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When we see through our hearts, we recognize that every single one of us is infused with creativity. Divine Sparks are embedded in everyone and everything. It's up to us to be courageous, to look and listen deeply, to find the sparks, gather and release them back into the universe, transformed into something new. Join me as we wake up to the sacred-ordinary blessings waiting to greet us each and every day.

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Saturday, January 29, 2011

Walls Beyond Walls

I looked beyond one wall only to discover another, 
partially obscured by a veil of twisted vines.


linking to:
a river of stones
http://mapleview.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/weekend-logo.jpg

22 comments:

  1. Such an interesting photo and so much to think about, Laura!
    Thank you for your supportive words while I was away - it means a lot to me!
    Have a beautiful weekend!
    Hugs
    Joo

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  2. hate it when this happens *grin*

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  3. Laura...Thanks so much for your visit to my blog and for your comment. Isn't it great when something like to dual walls shows Jo so descretely in a photograph. Not only is is great for the photographer, it is wonderful for the viewer. It makes foe such an interesting shot. Nice job!

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  4. Beautiful words and photo too.

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  5. Great photo and deep words of wisdom.

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  6. Your short poems pack an emotional and insightful punch far beyond their short length!

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  7. And yet the second wall has the beauty of bricks and vines, so it's not all bad ;)

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  8. Gorgeous insight and outward sight...

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  9. I like this! Interesting and special!

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  10. Like life: one challenge after another, each helping us to grow and mature.

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  11. Laura, what a neat shot! And a keen observation...

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  12. This is so true. We cannot always see the obstruction behind the obstruction.Nice photo and post as usual,Mary

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  13. Creative! Like a two dimensional mural!

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  14. A beautiful photo and a thought provoking post! But usually once you're over one wall, all the following ones are easier to get over :o)

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  15. Why does this make me giggle?

    I suppose it's a good lesson. Do we dare climb one wall and get discouraged when we hit the next? Or do we grab those vines and climb over the next hurdle?

    I suppose we are to climb...

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  16. Interesting shot, and creative! Like the structures!

    Wish you a beautiful Sunday!

    Irene

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  17. really nice black and white shot! neat textures :)

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  18. Cool shot. I like the shapes and lines.

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  19. I love the photo and the uplifting and contemplative thoughts on your blog. And...Thanks so much for being my first follower over at my new photo blog. That means a lot to me as a beginner.
    :-) David/ Houston B&W

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  20. Very neat photo to go with the words Laura...I have realized the truth of this recently...tearing down walls only to find another...for the longest time I've blamed my own self for a lack of strength or being weak willed...(((Laura))))

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  21. There is so much texture in black and white photography. This photo is striking.

    We never get through all the layers, do we?

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