Cherish is my favorite word, and I cherish the ability of turning the routine into a beautiful moment.
Nature creates in me, a spiritual and meditative time to bring peace, harmony and balance, into an otherwise ordinary day~
Mary Howell Cromer







Wednesday, August 10, 2011

SkyWatch Friday for the United Kingdom~

This post is dedicated to all of those in the United Kingdom whom have taken losses this past few days.  Our hearts pour out to our friends whom are dealing now with so much after extreme rioting.  Blessings lifted your way and please stay safe my friends.  May these images bring a smile to your face, a warmth to your heart and may joy return to your homeland~

 



















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18 comments:

  1. Mary, your countryside and garden are just too beautiful!

    After the dreadful happenings in Norway, England is having it's share of troubles. Mankind just never learn.

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  2. each one more beautiful than the next...

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  3. Brilliant photography, the trees and the horse sucking a cigar, lol.

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  4. Hi dear Mary :) your blog is like a lovely journey through the woods. love the way you document the birds life. must be a true bliss to witness those moments. lovely blog. and this is a very sweet post. my younger sister lives in London. xo

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  5. beautiful pictures. It's hard to imagine what is going on in the London area. My prayers are with those people.

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  6. HI Mary...Absolutely lovely post,and photos, With a heartwarming dedication!!

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  7. Hi there - great set of pictures. I was born in the UK, and moved away almost 20 years ago. The UK in the 80's and 90's was grim in places, but I cant understand how it could have got this bad this quickly!

    I have to say I am glad me kids were born here!

    Cheers Stewart M - Australia

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  8. Thank you for your kind thoughts and lovely pictures Mary. Most of us in the UK are not in the large cities where unspeakable trouble has flared from a few disaffected, depraved and worthless individuals.Fortunately they comprise a tiny, tiny minority of the decent law abiding majority of UK citizens. Be sure that the troublemakers will be defeated and held to account.

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  9. Beautiful pictures of the sky, the horses and trees and especially the one with a fence along the road.

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  10. This such a lovely place.

    Happy sky watching!

    Liz @ A Simple Life

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  11. Breathtaking captures, gorgeous skies, beautiful horses, Mary. I too, send good thoughts to the people in England and hope the violence comes to an end soon! Hope you have a great weekend!

    Sylvia

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  12. Such a stunningly beautiful post. I would love to be riding up the lane looking at all of those lovely trees....the horses....the pretty bushes...the fences. Everything in these shots is so appealing to my eye. Genie

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  13. To amble down that tree-lined lane would be sheer delight!

    SKY DITTY

    Sky above and earth below—
    Onward on my way I go;
    Earth below and sky above—
    I am satisfied, my love.


    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Cemetery Sky

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  14. Beautiful photo set. Really well done.

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  15. These are awesome beautiful photos. They will make a good artpiece hanged on the wall. My favorite its the grasses against the blue sky. But your dedication to the people of London is very kind and heartwarming. I am with you!

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