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Friday, April 27, 2012

Weekend Reflections

Weekend Reflections is hosted by James each week beginning Friday at 11 AM Eastern Standard Time. It's another wonderful way of opening your eyes to new and different kinds of beauty. Click on the web address under the blog title and sign up to play with us!
Hope all of you are ready for a great weekend and hopefully, some lovely weather as well!!
I will be going to the Tulip Festival today so I will be late commenting, but I'll be there!!
Many people die at twenty five and aren't buried until they are seventy five. Benjamin Franklin
Dreams are necessary to life.  Ana├»s Nin
Love makes your soul crawl out from its hiding place.
Zora Neale Hurston

28 comments:

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Beautiful images all, the top skies are spectacular, Mother Nature is a fabulous artist oui! Love the quote by Anais Nin, one of my favorite French writers, she was naughty but nice haha! Hope you have a fab weekend Sylvia.

Pat Tillett said...

Three totally different subjects and all of them great photos!

JM said...

The colours in the top shot are fabulous! Great contrasts, Sylvia.

Antonette said...

Lovely reflections, Sylvia! I especially like your first photo. Take care and have a wonderful weekend.

~Antonette

Martha Z said...

You have a knack for finding lovely reflections, Sylvia.

Kim, USA said...

Wow such a beautiful reflection!

Kim,USA

Robert Nicolaescu said...

Great photos for today! Best wishes!

Francisca said...

Double your pleasure with that reflection of the pretty flowering plant in your window! And I must mention your header, oohlalaa! :-)

raf said...

Lovely reflections and indeed, the header is a mouthful this week, Queen Sylvia! All the best!

Malyss said...

I don't know what I prefer: the beauty of your pics, or the funny banner!! :o) Have a nice week-end, dear Sylvia!

TexWisGirl said...

that first image is just spectacular! and i know the tulips will be, too!

Tracy said...

Sylvia, as usual your photos are gorgeous but that first quote made me gasp because of its honesty...wow! so true...

Laura said...

wow sylvia...that first photo is amazing!

Dianne said...

Super shots today Sylvia. Oh! I do hope you enjoy the tulip fair and bring us back some beautiful shots xx

Linda said...

Beautiful post.

SandyCarlson said...

These are outstanding, as ever! I love the one with the Anais Nin quote, especially.

Weekend-Windup said...

Good one...

lotusleaf said...

Breath-taking photographs! I liked the last one with the bird, and the quote which is so apt!

Mama Zen said...

Lovely shots!

Ecl Tan said...

Lovely shots! I want to see photos from the Tulip festival.

Ann said...

we have a lot of this fierce sea gulls.

Gemma Wiseman said...

Stunning lighting in that first photo! And that's quite a downward street view in the second! And love the dreaming lone gull!

magiceye said...

gorgeous captures and hope you have fun at the tulip festival!!

Jo said...

What a wonderful mix of subjects, Sylvia. I love the quotes. My post for Scenic Sunday (appearing tomorrow)has a reflective quality too. Hope you're having a wonderful weekend. Jo

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Great pics and wonderful pairings. You are the Quotation Queen Sylvia!!

I'm looking forward to some pics from the Tulip Festival.

Joyful said...

Lovely images. Have a happy weekend.

NixBlog said...

Once again lovely shots!

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

You have a great view! I like the seagull hanging out in front of the reflection, too.

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