I live in the...or one of the most beautiful places on earth. But alas, I am a nomad at heart. These are my adventures.
Lovely sentiment - it makes for a striking image - but don't hold your heart, Nomad...take the risk and give it to that other, and open to accept theirs. And that's a striking photo, too, Nomad. What kind of bird are we looking at?
Gorgeous photo, Carla. Was that taken near Nelson?
Poor 5th rib...he never gets the credit he deserves...
Fool, Very sage advice. Not to worry, I'm not holding my heart inward so as to shield it, but rather outward...as an offering. That bird happens to be a black swan. It's the first time I've ever seen black swans. I didn't even know they existed. It was snowing lightly that day, thus the white flakes you see on the black plumage.
Beccy, Thanks, I'm glad you like it.Cheryl, Nope, actually quite a distance from Nelson. We don't have any swans in Nelson, either white or black. Although with global warming, who knows when they might show up. Every year there seems to be something different her that was never around when I was young.
VE, I'm saving a post to honour that poor 5th rib. Otherwise it might crack on me.
Very, very pretty picture! I like the Fool's statement and your response. :)
mmmm Black swans. lovely. just lovely.I've seen some tundra swans out on the columbia river and was amazed.
Chani, Thanks for your comment. The Fool is very wise. Best to heed his words.Mark, Thank you.
Pamela, I really best educate myself about swans. I've never heard of Tundra swans either. But my experience with swans is that they almost always leave me in awe. They are so incredibly graceful.
gorgeous photo. how do you put the text overlaid on it?A great series of photos lately...love the boats.I agree - poor 5th rib. And glad its an outward offering :)xxpinks
Pinks, I'm using ArcSoft PhotoStudio to resize my photos to upload and in that program there's a little sidebar where I can add text on top of the photo. Pretty handy, eh? Glad you're enjoying the photos. I'm quite pleased with how they turned out.
I see awareness, humility, attention, purposefulness, commitment, focus, and yes...patience, but also ... anticipation...Good night and good luck
Great list Fede. I don't think I could have come up with a better one myself.
Nice picture and good wording too. You've been doing these types of posts for a bit now and from a comment on my comment, I sense something. Hope all is well or at least getting better.
Sirdar, Oh, have I? It must be the weather. I'm looking for some inspiration in these grey days...but my creative process seems to be lacking a little spark as of late.
A wonderful photo. I love the contrast in colours.
Thanks Dawn. I really liked how the red stood out amongst all the black. It is quite a contrast.
Elegance of grace refined in the beauty of a poetic verse.
Peter, why have I been unable to access your blog???
Beauiful image. Wonderful words.
Camplin, Thank you. I am happy you think so.
Fantastic lovely picture!
Gorgeous photo was the first thought in my mind, and then I realized that it's because I have YET to see a black swan. Como's lakes only seem to attract the white ones...and lots of - quack! quack! - ducks.
Steffi, Thank you so much. I'm glad you like it.Rowena, This was the first time ever that I have seen black swans. They are absolutely stunning. They have a certain elegance that seems unsurpassed by anything else that I have previously seen.
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