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Saturday, April 23, 2011

The Rain Called Out To Me


 It was worth every cold, soggy step
and I'm feeling grateful for the ability to walk out into the back yard this morning...


 so grateful! 


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24 comments:

  1. I'm grateful, too, to see these beautiful images!

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  2. Raining and cold here ~ and we too have the evidence of spring on the branches of trees and short sprigs of wild roses. The promise of spring will be fulfilled, and I am glad.

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  3. Rain...our part of the planet is thirsty.

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  4. lovely images. we could use some of your rain in Texas. god bless you!

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  5. Beautiful droplets ... give thanks to the water !

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  6. Thank you for reaching, yielding, with exquisite grace into Gaia's fluid and nourishing embrace. For the sharing you show so honestly, I am grateful.

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  7. A creative, lovely approach to soggy and wet

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  8. I have been working for a week now trying to get a good macro shot of the water droplets on the branches of my maple tree. None of them have come out like this one...it is awesome.

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  9. Hooray for your walk int he backyard! Thank you for sharing it with us, the pictures are lovely!

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  10. these shots are extraordinary. and that they're in black and white is even more special. I love them. it may have been cold and soggy, but I'm grateful that you were able to walk outside and share your beauty with us. be well Laura.

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  11. It's raining at my place too and I am out too to discover the beauties of nature :)

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  12. Pleased to meet you Laura,you post some lovely images.Thanks for your comments on my blog.

    All best wishes!
    Ruby

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  13. Gratitude makes the ordinary extraordinary. Beautiful b&w images.

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  14. You are in my thoughts and prayers!

    Great photos, I am thankful right along with you!

    Blessings and Happy Easter!

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  15. I love those raindrops on the twigs, and I'm SO glad you were able to walk out and see then.

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  16. These shots would have been fine without the water drops but the drops add even more to the photos. Well done!

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  17. I'm grateful you got to answer the rain's call, too : )

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  18. Happy for you and those sparkly raindrops. Lois

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  19. Thanks for sharing these beauties, LauraX...

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  20. I am grateful that you are grateful! :)

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  21. Every drop of rain carries with it potential. The beauty and power of the ocean first started out but a drop of rain. Blessings to you my friend during this time of reflection, peace and love.

    Love and Light,
    Nina P

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  22. Your gratitude is beautiful and inspiring. :)

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