Dr. Schweitzer knew whereof he spoke, and I'm sure you are one of the last people to need reminding. However, I'm glad you posted this, because it is a fabulous photo.I'm glad I saw it. I'm not spending much time on my computer right now because we're on another river cruise, this time on the Rhine and Danube.Unfortunately, I'm not up to doing many shore excursions, but Dick is taking plenty of photos. I'm hoping to post something for Skywatch Friday this week.I hope you're doing as well as can be expected.Love, KK
Thank you <3
Wonderful how the light brings this to life.
Don't we all.Reminds me of the song "Isn't It A Pity" - George Harrison.God bless you as you have faith to see beauty despite daily trials.
This is great!
especially also, like in your image, them contrasts...n♥
Beautiful, as you.I hope you are well.
I'm glad to see you posting your photography again. I always feel 'better' after I do a post. It's like I'm thumbing my nose at the chronic illness and the trials. I hope and pray you can continue to post a photo here and there. This one is beautiful. :>)
Always a blessing to concentrate on something very small and very beautiful.
That is true. I think that sometimes we tend to focus too much on the negative.
mmm...LOVELY... and we all need reminding, I think. ;o) Happy Day, Leslie ((HUGS))
so beautiful dear one... as Tracy said, sometimes we all need reminding.
Thanks, Leslie, for the uplift. Hope you're not feeling too down.Hey, when it comes to spam. I took out the "anonymous" choice on the identity thing and haven't had any spam since.
amen!hope all is well leslie. :)x
those last brave leaveshave a vivid beauty,don't they.thanks for sharingtheir encouragement,Jennifer
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