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Friday, November 25, 2011

Weekend Reflections

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One holiday over and two to go! Hope you are all enjoying a great weekend!!

The most wasted of all days is that in which we have not laughed.  Nicolas Chamfort, translated from French

We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.
Winston Churchill

The poetry of the earth is never dead.
John Keats

27 comments:

awarewriter said...

Very nice as usual Sylvia. I like the quotes too, especially the first. lol

Martha Z said...

I love that fiery reflection in your opening shot.

Lew said...

I am still enthralled by your reflections over the water!

Leovi said...

Nice pictures, great light and color, without a doubt my favorite is the first with that beautiful light and color in the clouds. Have a good night.

Malyss said...

In your first shot, sky seems to be in fire! and in the last one, a cross shows where to find a treasure! :o)
Your quote is so true, poetry of earth never dies!
And HOW I LOVE THE BANNER your friend made for you! soooo funny!
have a nice week, dear Sylvia!

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Kim, USA said...

The 2nd photo made me smile. Great shots!

The Lily

TexWisGirl said...

love the diamond in the sky in the last shot. :)

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I love the Churchill quote and of course your photos are always wonderful. I hope you are having a great day.

Valerie said...

The first and last shots are just stunning Sylvia, and I relate to Winston Churchill's quote. Happy weekend.

Roberto Machado Alves said...

Great shots. The first one is superb. Have a good weekend.

Roberto, Rio de Janeiro

Sridharan said...

What a wonderful set of quotes Sylvia..!

Al said...

What beautiful reflections, Sylvia! I hope you had a great Thanksgiving and enjoy a fine weekend, and give Sam a treat from me and Socks.

lotusleaf said...

Beautiful reflections, and thoughtful quotes!

SandyCarlson said...

These are wonderful shots, Sylvia. A real treat to take in after the holiday! Be well, and enjoy your weekend!

magiceye said...

wonderful post!! have a lovely weekend!

Woody said...

I do so love that view of the water, the colors are incredible. Enjoy the weekend, my week off is coming to an end and few pictures to show for it :-(

Ann said...

I have to learn from you how to take the sunset photos at the sea. I live 5 min walk to a Pt, the tip, and many people go to take photos, I have not been at sunset or sun rise, or moon photos.

Yesterday, or last evening, my husband saw a lonely man with a tripod in the gale, waiting for the sunset, and it was cloudy.

Pietro said...

Great shots, Sylvia!

Gattina said...

These are romantic skies and reflections !

Indrani said...

Whoa! Incredible the last shot.

Jan n Jer said...

Simply stunning shots!

Gine said...

Les couchers de soleil permettent de magnifiques reflets dorés ... Les rayons de la troisième photo sont en plus très réussis !

Jo said...

Brilliant shots, Sylvia. I love the Churchill and Keats quote! Hope you're having a great weekend. Jo

LauraX said...

beautiful reflections Sylvia...wow!

Kay said...

Wow! I had to scroll back a couple of times because that first photo seemed to actually glow. That is so amazing!

Firasz said...

It's an arresting sunset shot!! Great work!!

Firasz
http://firaszphotography.wordpress.com/

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