Friday, June 25, 2010

Camera-Critters #116

You can see the rest of this poem here.

Camera Critters is a wonderful meme created by Misty Dawn. Thank you Misty!

You can find other critter photos by clicking here.

42 comments:

  1. Lovely photo and great quote. I've enjoyed my visit through your blog and I'll be back. (Thanks for your lovely comments on mine!)

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  2. So nicely framed with the text. This morning I walked out to the car to find that a "hope" left a dropping on my driver's side door.

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  3. Nice poem, and cute critter. Her stance is unusual, one foothold perpendicular to the other!

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  4. Such wonderful poem, and photo as well! Now we've got the summer here. When the sun shows up it's warm and nice, but as soon as the sun hides behind some clouds, it's getting cold.. Especially at nights.. Have a nice time! :)

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  5. This is such a sweet poem, Denise and I love the photo. It makes me want to sit here and wait for it to turn around.

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  6. That one didn't want be photographed. Shame.

    I don't visit much anymore, don't post much either. I have posted a little more recently, but not much. Time constrants, thanks for visiting, good to hear from you.

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  7. I like photos taken from different angles and perspectives. Very sweet and the poem fits so well :-)

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  8. The text inserted so well, looks perfect.

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  9. Emily Dickinson is one passionate and consummate poetess and writer that I favourited.

    Great photo to go with a fitting verse.

    Yes, One Year ago ... how time flies.

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  10. You can feel the high energy this little bird has. He's ready to take off in flight any second! The poem is so fitting and beautiful!

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  11. Beautiful....both the poem and the picture!

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  12. really nice! Your photo is great!

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  13. What a great capture. I love how the little bird is ready for take off at any time. Great poem to go with the picture :)

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  14. What a wonderful photo and post Denise.

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  15. The poem and photo are just so special and meaningful. What a wonderful post. It brightened my day.

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  16. Denise, lovely poem and birdie!

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  17. I love that poem, Denise... And that is such a sweet picture.... They go together perfectly.

    Have a nice weekend.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  18. Lovely poem with your photo, Denise. I'm glad you stopped by today. I've been hit or miss with blogging and even worse about staying caught up with my friend's pages. I thought summer break would make it easier, but I guess I'm even busier having the kids around and keeping them occupied than I was before. Good to 'visit' with you again!

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  19. My favourite poetess. Great choice for the picture. I'll think of 'hope' in the morning when I see the birds.

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  20. In college I loved Emily Dickinson and still do.
    Lovely quote to go with this little birdie pic!

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  21. Umm that could be a very nice birthday card Denise. How nice!

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  22. that is a beautiful poem

    I love how the bird is posed :)

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  23. What a great shot of a shy bird. And that verse is one of my favourites.

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  24. What a lovely combination you made.
    Something about the little bird with one foot on the leaf and one on the stem . . . but holding on. This poem has spoken to me many times in life when I had to try hard to hold onto hope.
    Thanks for the reminder.

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  25. I love Emily Dickinson's poetry, and you picked a perfect photo to go with the rhyme, or was it the other way around?

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  26. it's a beautiful poem Denise, the bird photo is beautiful as well, a different stand up of foot on the branch..looks cute..

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  27. Beautiful photo and words.

    Thank you for the visit

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  28. Beautiful photo, and love the prose from Emily Dickinson!

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  29. Cool poem and great image to go along with it!
    God bless you!
    Cezar

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  30. Great presentation, Denise...
    Love it :)

    Thanks for visiting, have a great week...

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  31. A great poem perfect for a great photo.

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  32. Beautiful image and quote. I love Dickinson.

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  33. the cute birdie is so snub... but the poem is great...

    thanks for dropping by On This Side of Town

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  34. Lovely verse and a pose thay one seldom sees in photographs. Well done!

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