Photographer and Artist of Mixed Media Whimsy
I admire you for your photographic skills Deb... I'm in oooh and aawe again! Great haiku too... I guess the clouds I send over to you didn't make it all the way to Texas? I will blow harder this time!
Each day I think about the drought in the southwest and the flooding back east. Such a tragic dichotomy. I will continue to pray for your parched land.
Hi Deb. I've been scrolling through recent posts and enjoying them immensely. The joy and freedom of your self-portraits are exhilerating. The fire photo reminded me of a call I received from my sister last night. She has lived in Texas for decades and recently accepted a job in West Virginia. She started her drive there yesterday. Things were slowed for her quite a bit as she headed east when she found herself surrounded by a grass fire that had jumped the highway and was burning in the median as well. It was a bit hair-raising, just as your photo is.
Great Haiku and image. Wish I could have sent you some of Irene down your way. I have had enough rain for a lifetime.Melanie
Wishing our rain and the cleanse of fog your way...x..x
Love the image and I so feek the words...I too live in Texas
Beautiful Deb... all of it!
May your pleas be heard!!!!!!!Chimes here and here and here
I don't know if I'd be brave enough to take a photo like this one of yours. It helps me to know you have lots of land surrounding the bed & breakfast. What will you do when you have guests?
Beautiful photo. And I know you do need rain in Texas. Your haiku is like a prayer and will be heard by the proper entity. Sending good vibes your way.Peace.
Dear Deb,It is a beautiful photo. My thoughts are with you my friend. I have been listening to the news of Texas and thinking of you and praying for rain. I know and affirm that it is coming.Blessings and Peace,Noelle
This photo is one of your best!!!I adore it!!!I wish and pray for rain there...Kisses...
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