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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Evening, Wisdom and Beauty


May I never miss a sunset or rainbow because I am looking down.

Sara June Parker

Come forth into the light of things, let nature be your teacher.
 

I love to think of nature as an unlimited broadcasting station, through which God speaks to us every hour, if we will only tune in.


George Washington Carver

17 comments:

magiceye said...

stunning captures all!!!

LisaF said...

All your shots are great, but the first one is stunning. I love the glow of the sunset in the shadows.

Sally in WA said...

Good thing the snowflakes are still falling on your blog, Sylvia! Hope you don't get too much at your house. I really enjoyed your quotes today. Can we change the weather channel though? :)

lazyclick said...

Beautiful evening shots.

Pietro said...

Fantastic images, Sylvia!
Have a pleasant Thursday!

Arija said...

Your photos are always so beautiful and the wisdom goes well with them.

You are a wonderful woman, did you know that?

Just my honest opinion.

Hugs . . . Arija

Jo said...

Beautiful, Sylvia. I love your cheerful new header. Have a wonderful weekend. Jo

Madeleine said...

FABULOUS PHOTOS :O)

Mare said...

Love the photos and the inspiration.
As for the snowflakes, we are due for another 5-8 inches this weekend. I love to watch it snow, yet I am SO ready for spring weather.

JM said...

Great title, Sylvia, the photos are simply wonderful.

Sridharan said...

Superb pictures..!

Team G Square said...

just awesome , The sky goddess

Arti said...

Awesome pics, loved the last quote... So true, nature gives us so many moments to cherish.
Have a wonderful day:-)

George said...

I really like that quote from George Washington Carver It's definitely true. I also like your photos that go along with all this wisdom.

Evelyn said...

Beautiful Skies.

Pat said...

Absolutely lovely, Sylvia! Have a wonderful weekend

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Beautiful pictures. I just now noticed the butterfly poem on your sidebar. It made me cry. So lovely. I also see the link to your other blog and I'll go there. (Both those sidebar features have probably been there for months, but I just happened to see them.).

Thanks for the lovely thoughts and photos to illustrate them, Sylvia.

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