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from life's intense colors . to soft light white

we dwell

in quick trips to the shoreline

in the beauty of mortar and brick

with friends perched in our own backyard

16 comments:

nance marie said...

friends perched in the backyard...i like that thought.

S. Etole said...

lovely places you have taken us today ...

Jamie said...

I'm in LOVE with the message on this little bird!

june at noon said...

Red is such a compelling color. So lovely balanced with your delicate aesthetic.

beth said...

i love when you link us up :)
happy weekend !!!

maccandace said...

That is exactly one of the things I am trying to do more...dwell in the present, live in the moment, and appreciate all that I have. Great links, too.

.kat. said...

Thank you ELK. I really
needed this today! Love
the beautiful photos. :D

Country Girl said...

All those links were so cool. Thanks for sharing. Love when you do that.

Tracy said...

Your crimson birds have a look of velvet about them, Elk... these are so sweet... And some really lovely links this week--those birds especially. An Indigo Bunting...*swoon*... Don't have them over here, so I miss them! Happy Weekend, my friend ((HUGS))

Jennifer Richardson said...

"from life's intense colors
to soft white
we dwell".....those words
and your paper birds
brush over my spirit
like a breeze
that kisses away the dust
of the week
and soothes me calm
and refreshed
again.
Thanks.....I SO love coming here:)
-Jennifer

Diana Shearer said...

Sooo lovely!!! These made me smile ~:D

Leslie said...

since i'm currently missing my own recent (and all too short) trip to the shoreline, i really appreciate your little bird and his sentiment... and will try to follow his advice : )

emily wierenga said...

i want to take a quick trip to the shoreline with you :)

Marcie said...

Nowhere else or better to be than in this moment. It's all we have - really!

Tania said...

Your 'perchings' are of the sweetest kind...

mrs mediocrity said...

so true. i am trying to dwell there, it has been tough lately. deep breaths...lovely links