A true photograph need not be explained, nor can it be contained in words.
That's a pretty lamp!
Thank you Karen.
loved the optimism of the piece.
Thanks Abin... I was thinking of the many times someone has been the light in my darkness.
Oh susie this is beautiful through and through... your radiance is shining my friend.Thank you for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro:-)
Thank you Laura. I so appreciate the chance to share photos and poetry and see and read the beautiful work of others.
Lovely images and words.
Thank you Pat!
Gorgeous, gorgeous photos, and a perfect spill of words to match. Just beautiful.
Thank you so much De
I love it, Susie ~~ We don't really know how much our friend can assure us until there comes this overwhelming need.I am glad you recovered your blog. I think Google is being overprotective...
Thank you Jim. I wouldn't have even known there was a problem until your e-mail and the strange message from google that required they send a code to my cell phone I had to enter to get back into my blog.
The lamp reminds me of an alien flower - very beautiful and lovely words to accompany your photos.
Thank you Kerry...I hadn't thought of an alien flower, but I can see it now you mentioned it.
Interesting shots Susie!!! Are you any relation to Vern Clevenger who lives in Mammoth Lakes???
Thanks! No, I'm not kin to him .
I love the last three lines, Susie. I have had occasion to know it is true.And I copied the quotation, enlarged the type size, and left it on my desktop. Thanks!K
Thanks Kay and you're welcome!
Love this. That Light! Sometimes it even comes from within.
Thank you Susan and yes it does.
Good to have light shine in, Susie - thanks for this :) ~ M
Thank you for stopping by and reading.
What beautiful photos. Thanks for visiting my blog.
Thank you Linda. I enjoyed your page..beautiful photography.
Something so simple, lit like this.... takes on an amazing beauty! Perfect words as well.
Thank you Margaret!
Hi Susie,welcome on my blog and thanx for your comments. Your photos are wonderful and the quotes too !Best regards, Synnöve
Hi Seraphina, so nice to see you here and thank you.
Wonderful (and strange!) image - I think it would have taken me ages to work out what it was without the second image!The foam shot on my blog has been (deliberately) turned upside down - it just did not work the way up!Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
Thanks Stewart, I like to photograph the unexpected. Thanks for the visit here!
wow, i just love your arty images!!very creative!well done:)and thank you for the follow. following right back!nice to meet you and hope you have a great rest of your week!:)
Thank you Betty, hope the rest of your week goes well also!
Susie, simple and profound. The second picture reminds me of a birthing, a very positive image. Coming into the light. Loved this! Amy
Thank you Amy...photographs always inspire me...even my own. :)
What a creative and fantastic shot! Looks so great!Have a nice weekend!
Thank you Mary!
Wonderful photo:) Greetings