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Monday, January 11, 2010

 
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22 comments:

Devika said...

Lovely, Lorraine -- I agree absolutely :)

love,
dev

Lorraine said...

Hey Dev, are you feeling better?

Devika said...

yes, i feel better-- i think i am on the way back to normal :)

thank you, Lorraine :)
dev

Devika said...

hey, what a muff am I -- yesterday you said, sinus was harsh on you and how is it??
(i just missed, to ask! )

dev

Lorraine said...

no worries..it's better, soon I will be all better..it just hit me, did you mean pansies, well that's entirely different bowl of sugar, much better than celebral damage ;)

Devika said...

be well, dear :)

yes, it was pansy...not palcy! :)

dev

Gillena Cox said...

... and in aloness there is so much time for discovering...

much love
gillena

Frank Williams said...

This is a super post Loraine; in particular I like the reflections and the beautiful colours...

Kathy said...

I love this! Reminds me of the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. And the coppery color is so nice next to the bark of the tree.

Brian Miller said...

love this on L. we all need regular times of aloneness to truly hear that we are not really alone. smiles.

Michael Rawluk said...

It looks like you discovered a treasure and you are the treasure.

Timoteo said...

Looks like somebody left their lunch...did you eat it?

eddie said...

aloneness is discovery - yes it's true.

Lorraine said...

Thanks Dev :)

Well put Gillena, thank yo :)

Thanks a lot Frank, I remember the feel of the sand as I stood barefooted when I took this photo, it was wonderful :)

Such a poetic comment Kathy, and so much better than the one on my bubblicious lol

Thanks Brian, that' sweet, what does it say about me, that I really love being alone...:)

That is so sweet Micheal, thank you very much :)

Tim, that is so....disgusting, mainly because I suspect it used to hold someone's ashes, can you say yeuwwwwwww lol

Yes indeed, thanks a lot Eddie ;)

Standley said...

Je suis d'accord avec toi. La solitude est un vaste monde!

gautami tripathy said...

So true..

Kathy said...

Oh, that reminds me that I don't like those collections of creepy little fungi under a tree either! But your little corpuscle beads are the WORST! lol

Ken said...

To me the picture means when one is truly alone and looking inward, they discover the roots to their hopes, dreams and future.

T.Migratorius said...

I love everything about this. What is spoken as well as what is unspoken.

Lorraine said...

Si vrai Richard, merci BEaucoup :)

Agreed Lady G ;)

Oh sweet Kathy your mind is really on fungi lately and thanks for that confirmation lol you're a riot!

Well Put Ken, put a loner, a loner needs less ;)

Hey Thanks Robin, are you back to posting? I've missed you :0

Barb said...

Aloneness is Discovery. Very true and powerful words. I am one who prefers to be alone so I can discover what I am capable of and always discover a little more about myself.
Some people are always surrounded by people yet know nothing about themselves.
Your words with images are impressive.

Lorraine said...

How lovely to see you here Barb, super comment ;)