Sunday, June 3, 2012

Silent Sunday- Water





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    1. Sandra, thank you for stopping by!! ♥

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  2. Such nice pictures. They capture a summers afternoon so perfectly. It looks so peaceful! The kids look like they are having a great time too.

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    1. Winnie, my kids love the water! :D ♥

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  3. You captured your subject so perfectly! XOXO

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    1. KAT, thank you for your kind comments and for stopping by! ♥

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  4. These pictures look so refreshing as I'm sweating it out in the heat here (India).

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    1. Corinne, I wish you could dive right into them and get some relief!! Thank you for stopping by and for your comments!

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  5. Love the sound of water, especially ocean waves. It's a treat to be back on the coast again w/in walking distance to the beach. Not to say that Washington isn't also on the coast, but the Puget Sound beaches are a poor substitute for the actual coastline, which was a 3-4 hour drive from where I was living at the time!

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    1. JoJo, you are so lucky to live so close. I love the water. Thank you for stopping by and for your comments! ♥

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  6. Beautiful pictures. I especially love the water spout.

    I'd share more about the young men who died, but the accidents are fresh and the parents are sensitive, so I don't want to post on my blog where they could stumble across it. I've probably posted too much already.

    I will tell you that one of the kids who died would have no doubt wound up as another Steve Jobs since he'd already acquired the capabilities to hack into any system, build and rewire computers, and was making a hefty salary before even completing his college degree (one semester short - Rice University). A government agency had asked him to build something for them, but he didn't want to make anything that could kill a human. He was one of the most brilliant kids I've ever taught in the gifted program and had he not died at 23, you certainly would have known his name one day.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com

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    1. Joyce, I am so pleased you enjoyed my pictures! I signed up to blog each and every day in June. I have been doing that for the last several months and weekends are always hard for me to get in gear so to speak. I just wasn't feeling it, so instead I decided to dig through my pictures and see if I could come up with something. It is so sad about those kids. It makes me sad to think their lives held so much promise and they pi$$ed it away for a quick high. It sounds like the world lost a brilliant person who could have really made a difference. Thank you for stopping by and giving me a tad bit more background into the senseless tragedy you spoke of on your blog. I appreciate your visit and your comments! ♥

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    1. Jenn, thank you! I am so pleased you enjoyed my little photo essay. I was feeling a bit lazy about writing this Sunday so this was a quick fix for the need to post each and every day in June. :D Thank you for stopping by to see my photos and for your comments!♥

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