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Thursday, December 15, 2011

She Filled The Night



radiant
she filled the night
i marveled at her majesty
sitting in companionable silence 
she on her celestial throne, me in bed 



Skywatch Friday

Reflecting upon the year that is coming to an end, closing your eyes, exhaling, inhaling, opening your eyes...send me an email that expresses what your are grateful for in THIS moment...I will add your message to this year's Gratitude Quilt. I currently have 65 quilt squares, and would love to hear from YOU!

33 comments:

  1. That second photo is especially stunning!

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  2. What an incredible view to have from your bed:) Just lovely.

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  3. She has a way of doing this.
    I in my bed at dark of night.
    Nothing at the windows to prevent
    me from observing the wonderful
    stars and moon.
    What a gift :)

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  4. Beautiful, Laura. I love the moon shining through all the branches. Maybe that is like our lives--we still keep shining and "heading forward" even with obstacles in front of us. Have a lovely weekend. Hugs, Mickie :)

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  5. She is showing out in your photos. She goes right through me, leaving illuminations and energy. She shines on us all.

    Thank you, for sharing.

    You remain with me, in thought and prayer.

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  6. Nice shots! I like it!
    Happy Friday to you!

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  7. Beautiful captures of such a lovely moon, Laura! Love the light through the branches! Hope you have a great weekend! Enjoy!

    Sylvia

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  8. Love the shot of the moon behind the tree, well done:)

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  9. Gorgeous post Laura!
    Big hug my friend:)
    Joo
    xxx

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  10. Beautiful, love the second one.
    Have a great weekend.

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  11. You captured the moonlight exquitely, my friend!

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  12. wow, magnificent photos here Laura. i love them, really...glad you came to visit me.

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  13. Lovely, Laura. At this moment I am grateful for so many fellow bloggers who share the beauty they see - their view through their eyes, often different from how I would have photographed it, thereby opening my eyes.

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  14. great pieces of art indeed.

    please have a good friday.


    daily athens photo

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  15. Beautiful photos in the light of the moon, I love them.

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  16. Stunning post, Laura!
    Thank you so much for sending me the invitation to A River of stones -12! I've never written anything like that before, but have decided to give it a try. I've recent taken my first course in mindfulness, meditation and yoga, and this all fits together. I'm so excited! And I'm so grateful to you for drawing my attention to those small stones!

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  17. The title of your post reminds me of the lyrics of a famous song called "Love Story" :

    "She filled my heart with so much love that everywhere I go I'm never lonely..with her who could be lonely, I reach for her hand and she'll be there.".

    These lines could well apply also to the Moon. She'll always be there for us shining and illuminating the night.

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  18. Laura, lovely post and captures of the moon. I wish you a happy weekend and beautiful skies!

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  19. These are all radiant and beautiful shots.

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  20. I loved the moon playing hide and seek with the trees...a silvery vision. Enjoy your weekend.

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  21. Oh that wonderful, artistic moon.. and you for capturing it in all its alluring beauty.

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  22. The last 3 pictures are just stunning !

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  23. What gorgeous pictures! The moon sure knows how to paint a lovely lacy picture!

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  24. Love the silhouettes of the trees.

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  25. Wonderful shots, just beatiful.
    Darryl & Ruth :)

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  26. You captured the moon! I tried but my small digital camera was not up to the task. So glad you shared this ~

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  27. I especially love the second shot. Thanks for sharing these beautiful photos.

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