7.21.2009

Sacred Circle


Sacred Circle

lyrical presence of light
bountiful stance of earth
essential bath of water
spacious spirit
deep aura of peace
breath of life
so be it

add a serving of joy
~

Please enjoy more watery images: Watery Wednesday

57 comments:

  1. Good waterdrops!! They are hard to get clear.

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  2. I love waterdrop photos, and you have made a beautiful one here. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. The clarity of the drops on the leaves is wonderful!
    A lovely array of colorful rocks through the water.
    Both refreshing shots!

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  4. Just beautiful Tammie! I have a good one on my photo blog...I would love for you to check it out.

    http://nowordz.shutterchance.com/photoblog/Detail_in_a_water_drop_/

    Have a wonderful and watery Wednesday!

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  5. What a beautiful waterdrops, I seldom find it. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. What lovely shots.
    My Fav is the first one.
    I'm a sucker for those little droplets and the green!

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  7. You have some awesome photos and lovely verses to go with them.

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  8. Beautiful poem and wonderful shots, I really admire your talent.

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  9. Love the macro shot! Fantastic! :)

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  10. Beautiful shots of the water drops on the leaves. Love it.

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  11. Little magic for my tired eyes,thank you.What a beauty.

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  12. Nature's own diamonds.
    Beautiful! :)

    "Deep aura of peace......"
    Wonderful saying... :))

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  14. Water and close up of the nature is si good, thank you for sharing, MB

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  15. what abeautiful recipe for life. Love the photos, I do love rocks and water pics.. I came to you from your post on my blog.. TY and a blogger friend of Caio. Love your blogs. SMILES

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  16. We are all part of the Sacred Circle and you’ve captured it so well with your words and photography. Step back from the engagements of the human and look deeply to the Spirit of Nature and there you’ll find the Sacred Circle. You are a graceful soul. Thank you for showing us and reminding us of the Sacred Circle. Love and Light, Nina P.

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  17. This makes me SMILE:)
    Thank you!

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  18. awesome shots! love the dew drops on leaves.

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  19. Beautiful captures! The drops are just like marbles. I'd like to play and poke a pin on them, giggles!

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  20. Beautiful and peaceful.

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  21. Great watery photos.. I love the droplets on the leaves!


    My Watery Wed

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  22. Very nice, Tammy, very nice!

    Happy Watery Wednesday!

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  23. Your images look so fresh and pure.
    Just a wonderful post, Tammie.:)
    I have now added you to my blogroll.
    Jo.x

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  24. Lovely poem and great photos! I like the light reflections in the 2nd picture. The water drops are excellent!

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  25. Lovely colors. I like picking those pebbles, but once they dry the colors are not the same. You got the best of them in this clear water! Great job! The water drops macro is precious - like jewelry!

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  26. Beautiful water droplets, and those lovely colourful stones, which always look so jewel-like when they're wet! Your train of thought here is such a coincidence for me, Tammie. Yesterday, driving in a cotton skirt with fine metallic thread woven through, and feeling incredibly uncomfortable in it, my mind turned to hair shirts! And from there to the conclusion that life is about finding joy, not seeking out hardship and suffering. Perhaps you were composing this at that exact moment!! (FYI Will not wear that skirt again without tights...)
    Janice.

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  27. I like the river pebbles, lovingly sculptured by time.

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  28. the water on the leaves look like crystals or diamonds.
    It looks like you could pluck one right off the leaf

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  29. What a lovely pieces of nature. I love stones and little water drops are so nice and fresh.

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  30. Beautiful and refreshing I agree! Nice poem.

    Regina

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  31. Wonderful Watery Words and Images! Thanks so much for sharing ;--)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  32. Light, Earth, Water, Spirit, Peace, Life and JOY.... WOW--it can't get any better than that.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  33. What beautiful photos...I love how water brings rocks' true colors to life.

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  34. Lovely photos. Crystal clear and full of detail.

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  35. Love that second shot - make great wallpaper for the pc.

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  36. I don't know which I like better, your poem or the photos. They are all perfectly crafted and I love the sentiment behind this entire post. Thank you for sharing them — I think they're all wonderful.

    Happy Watery Wednesday!

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  37. Both the pictures and the words are beautiful. I especially like your first photo with the gorgeous raindrops.

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  38. Beautiful photo! Its just so awesome...

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  39. Tammie,
    I agree that your water drop capture is spectacular. As always have a great week.
    Smiles Barbara

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  40. Magnificent pictures. I like those water droplets!

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  41. Magnificent pictures and wonderful words! Thanks for sharing!Your blog is cool!
    Greetings from Luxembourg
    Léia

    Bonjour Luxembourg

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  42. I really love the first one, so beautiful !

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  43. Like petrified tears turned to diamonds, ideas for a fairytale...

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  44. You have a great eye for beauty!

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  45. Thank you, Tammie, for coming by The Villages Daily Photo, as that led me to your delightful blog!

    I'm truly impressed with the photos and your poetry. Although I skimmed through many postings, I shall return to give them more attention.

    You may find my poetry blog of interest: Creative Confections at http://jacobsconfectionary.blogspot.com

    Thanks again!

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  46. your pictures here are amazing and so lively!

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  47. Oh these are gorgeous! I particularly love the one of the rocks. How beautiful! Your words are in perfect harmony with these images.

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  48. i loved the three dimensional feel the droplet gives!

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  49. oh beautiful stones shimmering under the water....

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  50. Wonderful - from miniscule to overflow.

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  51. I simply love the photographs having water drops

    Bedse Caves

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  52. Love all the droplets and want to dip my toes in that water. :)

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Warm greetings to you~

Thank you for visiting and also for sharing your thoughts and feelings. Seeing through your eyes and heart mean so much to me!

Tammie