Tuesday, October 28, 2014

When I Look At The World

And then I look at the world

in all its glory
I look at the world
And it's a different story
each time I look at the world
~ Lucinda Williams

 

25 comments:

  1. Nice and simple. Second to the last photo is exceptional, and I love the Lucinda lyric. My hubby really loves her music. Does it feel like winter is coming there? We've got below freezing temps and fresh snow on the peaks and the trees are becoming bare.

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    1. Lucinda's new album is her best yet. Tell your hubby. :)
      No. Snow is not in the forecast any time soon. It's been mild, a little windy.
      Soon, it will be cold and white and wet and beautiful! But, for now I'm enjoying this very Indian summer!!

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  2. Love that first photo. Love those clouds and that prairie grass. The beauty is in the simplicity, the bones of the earth. xx

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    1. Bones of the earth. Thanks for that, Sagey my desert sister.

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  3. Ohhhh wow! Clouds and Lucinda and YOU! Love this beauty all around. xo

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    1. What a day, San! What a day, I tell ya.
      All that was missing was YOU.

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  4. geweldig wat een schoonheid juist die eenvoud maakt het zo groots

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  5. there are moments when i wake up in the morning and i just really feel it. that i'm really in love with the world. gorgeous pictures!!! i can't wait to meet you too

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    1. I'm so happy when I feel all the good stuff in this world. They come and they go. But this day, obviously, was one to behold!!

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  6. ♥♥♥

    hello lovely

    love and light

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    1. Hello Minnie!!!
      I've been thinking about you. ;)

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    2. oh how this made me smile...Minnie and I have missed you my friend xox

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  7. All that sky is pretty magical.

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    1. We've got a lot of sky around here! Ever changing and almost always sunny!
      This day in particular was blowing my mind. It was so dramatic.
      Thanks Clare. :)

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  8. This is one of your most poetic posts, and not just because of the poem!! I love those clouds, and that first shot should be your new Blogger photo...

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    1. Wow Keith. That comment just made my day!
      So kind you are.
      And now, I'm going to change my banner image!! Yeah! Thank you!!!

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  9. "Winds in the east, mist coming in.
    Like somethin' is brewin' and bout to begin."
    :)

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    1. The wind blew hard, the tumbleweeds flew.
      Coffee's a-brewin', I wanna drink some with YOU!
      :)

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    1. Back atcha!!
      This road leads to a wonderful farm house, three dogs, six cats, a great big barn full of hay and horses and a chicken coop. And my dear 'ol ranch friend AB who is as wild a woman as they come.
      This whole scenario reminds me of you when I'm out there visiting. :)

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  11. hey.
    you.
    yeah, YOU.
    wish i were out there with ya, walking the high roads….

    those clouds.
    so glad for such a sky, whether it's there or here….

    xO

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    1. We'll walk high and low roads under any sky you choose, brown dirt.
      xO

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    1. Aud!!
      So good to have you back from your journey!
      Rest up. Don't you have another planned in the near future? ;)
      xx

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