“The world is full of colour!
‘Tis Autumn once again
And leaves of gold and crimson
Are lying in the lane.”
To See a World in a Grain of Sand...
Fine Art Photography
Damp and in the middle of nowhere
Celebrating God's creatures, birds and plants...
Photographs of Nature......for the most part
Taking the camera for a walk!!!
This blog is my creative outlet where I can share my photos, my travels, my random thoughts and a bit of myself.
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Chris Breebaart Photography - finding stories
Myriad memories frozen in time
Having fun blogging with friends
A twice-weekly celebration of color in the photos & art of Linda Joyce Ott
Photography, Travel and Retirement
Reflections on places traveled and photos taken.
Every Day is a Gift!
The blog for Chicago Connoisseurs
Where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry.
The camera gave me an incredible freedom. It gave me the ability to parade through the world and look at people and things very, very closely. Carrie Mae Weems
inspired by the colours of the land, sea and sky of Cornwall
The Joy of Slow Travel
MY ILLUSIONS OF CREATIVITY
Photos and moments in life for a pause
notes from a Swedish amateur photographer © Ulrika Undén
Mainly through the lens of a Nikon
urban gardening and nature photography in zone 8
Waking Up My Soul
Looking forward, looking back & enjoying now.
The adventures of Southern gardeners starting over in New England
Sights and travels in the Upper Midwest
Sharing a world of joy with photos and words
A branch birthed from Dim Lamp
slow time and the soft infinity
photography, poetry, paintings
PHOTOGRAPHY, FAMILY HISTORY and LIFE IN GENERAL
A Journey Towards Self
Standing up for sanity (mine anyway) through art and humor.
mind's eye introspection vs. bone-tired reality
Photography by Dennis Wagoner