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SHADOW SHOT SUNDAY 2: Maple Tree

maple limbs reach out beckoning me to come closer to enjoy its shade
reaching out to others at SHADOW SHOT SUNDAY 2 hosted this week by Gemma Wiseman

WEEKEND REFLECTIONS #316:

me, myself and I not exactly a selfie but me nonetheless
more reflections from all over at James' WEEKEND REFLECTIONS #316

and STRAIGHT-OUT-OF-THE-CAMERA SUNDAY our hosts: Gemma Wiseman & Magical Mystical Teacher

Hoosier Quote: “Laughter: An interior convulsion, producing a distortion of the features and accompanied by inarticulate noises. It is infectious and, though intermittent, incurable. Liability to attacks of laughter is one of the characteristics distinguishing man from the animals.” ~Ambrose Bierce~


HAIKU MY HEART: Evening Splendor

evening draws nigh with a splendor of its own with it comes stillness
sharing with Rebecca's HAIKU MY HEART

Hoosier Quote: “Laughing or crying is what a human being does when there’s nothing else he can do.” ~Kurt Vonnegut~

The Wonders of An Autumn Sunrise

The Wonders of An Autumn Sunrise
Early morning grumbles,  drinking my coffee, I come  to terms with yet another early rising. Checking for keys, swim bag and purse, I stride to my car, stow my gear then back out of my driveway. Easing around the corner that faces east, I stop at the sight of the spectacular sky.  And even though, I’m in awe, I have presence of mind to pull over and park then wrangle my camera out of my purse which is in my trunk. In rapid succession, I save the beauty in front of me for posterity. Thank you, my God, for making this day and showing me yet another wonderful side of your creation.
Hoosier Quote: “Men are not flattered by being shown that there has been a difference of purpose between the Almighty and them.” ~Abraham Lincoln~

WEEKEND REFLECTIONS #315: A Neighbor's Car

different viewpoint sighted in car reflection in my neighborhood
more at James'  WEEKEND REFLECTIONS #315

Hoosier Quote: “An optimist is a fellow who believes that a housefly if looking for a way to get out.” ~George Jean Nathan~