reflections

calming…

health, wealth, and prosperity: Om Vasudhare Svaha

weekly photo challenge:  peaceful

25 Responses to “reflections”

  1. by her nature, peace
    often slips by unnoticed,
    a fold in water
    .
    20120114:1626
    y

  2. Gorgeous. Indeed looks peaceful.

  3. Calm and beautiful. Very nice.

  4. The photo and the poem are just a beautiful pair.

  5. This was a very nice post. I enjoyed reading your blog today very much.

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  6. Stunning shot Yi-Ching !!!!!

  7. Beautiful 🙂 I love the reflection in the water.

  8. so tranquil, and the poem powerful and quiet.

  9. Peaceful indeed and awesome picture! Thanks for the share 🙂

  10. perfect haiku; perfect Yi-ching 🙂

  11. I stumbled upon your blog by sheer chance. The pictures are perfect! I like the ones about fall. Fall is the time of year when the air is already cool and crisp, but the sun is still powerful enough to feel it on one’s face. You have caught just this aspect of fall in this one and the other fall picture I saw. Michael

    • thank you, Michael! i appreciate your dropping by. please feel free to subscribe to a daily dose of photos and a bit of writing! cheers, y p.s. i often say autumn is my favorite season, but there are wonderful things to love in all of them (smile).

  12. Hi there. It took me a while to get back. You are right. There is something in every single one of them. I did subscribe, and am looking forward … 🙂 Cheers, Michael

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