Sunday

Simple Curves


Take Time Today:
Tell Someone You Love Them
Be Thankful For What You Have
Breathe In Deeply The Scent Of Nature
 Stop and See The Simple Curves

36 comments:

quintarantino said...

I sure will...

indicaspecies said...

Thank you for the lovely words, and the beautiful curves of nature too.

oldmanlincoln said...

Yes, indeed, Kerri, it is a Northern Flicker and I left a little message there for her about it. You were right.

Also, thanks for stopping at my place and commenting.

And I just finished adding 12 hummingbird photos to my website that I am developing.

Just copy and paste this URL to go there.

www.oldmanlincoln.com

Thanks again.

oldmanlincoln said...

Oh,my apologies. I wanted to add and hit publish before I added...

I like your "curves" photos. I took a whole series of them grass seeds bent in graceful curves like you got. We used to call these "foxtails."

Nice photos.

Old Wom Tigley said...

Beautiful pictures and words to match...
I sat and stared at your pictures whilst reciting your words to Jane...;o)

dot said...

WoW! These pictures inspire me! I'll be trying to imitate them.

don said...

These shots a very poetic with the curves and the wonderful light. Very well done. Thanks for coming by my site and commenting.

Oswegan said...

Thanks.

I love the grasses, especially in the frost.

Am adding you to my Bloggers That Rock.

~Oswegan

sue said...

wonderful photos!!

Moi said...

beautiful curves and what an eye you have to notice them....

your second pic reminds me of something that i shot long back..have a look :)

http://mykodak.blogspot.com/search?q=courtesy

Deslilas said...

I join your fan club.
I like very much your photos.

happyone said...

My kids and grandkids will be arriving any time, so I'll have lots of people to tell them I love them. :-)
More great photos!!!

imac said...

Fantastic words and photos.
So Simple,YET, so Grand and eye catching.

GAWO said...

Nice words and nice curves

Andrea said...

Good advice. Beautiful pictures.

JAM said...

Lovely. I like them both. You have a good eye for what's around you.

I find that if I don't have my camera with me, I get tunnel vision and miss things. If I have my camera, I walk slower and am always looking about myself.

You end up with lots of photos, some of them even worth looking at if I'm lucky. There are few things on the planet that can't be the subject of a photograph if the light is right.

Good work!

Larry D said...

Great stuff, I like the thoughts and the pictures are excellent!!

ASH's Eye said...

The top photo looks like a watercolor. Love the graphic "pull" of the curve!

Mary Helen said...

Beautiful!
mary

Rambling Round said...

Simple is elegant!

Andrée said...

Beautiful, soothing, even comforting.

Ash said...

Sweet perfection!

Max-e said...

I love your photos Kerri - really good.
Nice words too

Catherine said...

Lovely post, beautiful Word's!
And gorgeous photo's...love the first shot and the way you captured the light..fantastic!!
Cat

Lavenderlady said...

Lovely photos! Isn't nature grand.

photowannabe said...

I love your simple curves. beautiful work.

ruth said...

Yes, exactly. The beauty of simple things is the greatest, I think.

And thank you, Kerri.

MedaM said...

Wonderful photos and lovely words!

KMF said...

Beautiful shot

ToOothlEss WOndeR! said...

that first blade of grass (?) : It has so much grace - the frame, the light, the curve - just everything.

Thanks for coming by my place.. I'm going to be a regular here, I suppose. :)

Betty said...

Kerri, fantastic pictures....and the poem is so very true....

Thanks for the visit...Betty

Harry said...

You have a good eye for the delicate hapes of natures and lovely fall colors. I can see you are a "leaf person."

CG said...

That's a beautiful post with glorious words and photos!

Wanda said...

Very lovely those curves.

Ida said...

Beautiful! :)
I will follow your advice. Every day. :)

Ms. Math said...

Beautiful words. Beautiful photos.

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