From the Nile banks
to the Golden Gate
friends in huts
to the close of day
Today WP Photo challenge prompt “The Earth”
Fly me to the moon
clouds tomorrow’s captives
The WordPress photochallenge is Mirror
avian wings spread
man strive for winds of change
flight patterns the same
The WordPress Photochallenge this week is “Look Up”
So many great things to see as you are looking up in our world – enjoy.
wind plays with balloon
traveler cant wait for heat
What’s your preferred mode of transportation?
This week’s photochallenge at wordpress is “opposites”
Time passages pure memories to keep
little boy testing waves pure delight
candy car pure yellow sweet
Today’s photo challenge at wordpress is Pure.
Where do you see pure in your comings and goings?
smiles flying high
wheel moves forward in the sun
treasure in the sand
This week’s WordPress Photo Challenge is Jubilant. What images signify jubilee to you?
real life with a side of snark
Women in Theology
Finding the miraculous in the mundane
From my Heart to the ends of the Cosmos. Complete randomness as I travel at the speed of Light.
a Florida gardening blog
A Survivor's Philosophy of Life
Smiles are contagious, pass one around!
Writer of children's literature, short stories and poetry
Art • Nature • Exploration
Exposing Spiritual Wickedness In High Places is a personal calling and work to expose evil and highlight righteousness in whatever sphere of reality it dwells. My first page, BoydenReport was hacked by a full blooded American Indian hating racist named Scott Prentice of South Dakota. The FBI has his name now and for that matter, so do a couple of my American Indian combat veteran friends and residents in South Dakota. So I will continue on exposing what evil spirits like him represent in the realms of time.
“Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves of strength that will endure as long as life lasts. There is something infinitely healing in the repeated refrains of nature -- the assurance that dawn comes after night, and spring after winter.” ― Rachel Carson, Silent Spring
To See a World in a Grain of Sand...
From quick ideas to full books, have a bit to read.
Writer, Editor, Researcher
Optimizing Life in Maine