Tuesday

The Years Teach Much

The years teach much which the days never knew.
~Ralph Waldo Emerson

21 comments:

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Perfct photo for that quote, Kerri!

I'm thinking you must be an avid reader. You find the greatest quotes. Your photos are excellent too.

SandyCarlson said...

Lovely, Kerri. I love the feeling the image and words create together.

NCmountainwoman said...

Great comparison. Who else would have thought of it?

Hilary said...

Lovely as always, Kerri. Your posts are amazing!

happyone said...

Words and picture - match perfectly!!

Carletta said...

Such insight!
Your words and your photo are a complete package!

John Theberge said...

Thanks for visiting my blog, I enjoyed yours also. I liked the contrast in todays photo. I'll keep you posted on the book I'm working on. I'm almost finished with it; just need to add all the late summer, early autumn blooming flowers.

Ms. Math said...

Striking photo! It's interesting how much the old flower adds to the photo. Great work and perfect quote!

June said...

Very nice juxtaposition! Lovely!

April said...

This is so lovely - both picture and words.

Jenty said...

Oooh beautiful!

Luke Wiley said...

I like this a lot! lovely flower!

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

Oh Kerri, this is awesome... wonderful.

Faye Pekas said...

Absolutely perfect. Both are beautiful too. I even love the imperfections in the "young" flower.

Paulie said...

Very nice photo to go with words.

Carletta said...

Hi Kerri,
Just popping by to tell you I have a little something for you at my place.
Drop by when you can.

MedaM said...

Great comparison and really lovely photo!

Dusty Lens said...

Lovely and elegant daisy

ruth said...

Lovely image, and I like the quote. And of course old can be beautiful too. smile.

CG said...

kerri, I don't know how you do it...finding the perfect quote and the prfect picture. Which comes first...the photo or the words?

USAincognito said...

What a great idea for a photo!

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