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Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Texture Tuesdays ...

Part of the Silence
Kim Klassen Texture: and then some
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The Cedar Waxwings don't stay very long, but we have spotted them in our garden and on our walks recently.  Such beautiful birds ♥
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As long as I live,
I'll hear water -falls and birds
and winds sing.
I'll interpret the rocks.
Learn the language of the flood, storm and avalanche.
I'll acquaint myself
with the glaciers and wild gardens
and get as near the heart of the world
as I can.
~John Muir~
 
Linking to Texture Tuesdays today.

7 comments:

Barb said...

Beautiful image, and quote!

Mereknits said...

They are indeed beautiful.
Hugs,
Meredith

Christines Welt! said...

What a wonderful work!
Greetings,Christine

erin said...

beautiful!

EarlK said...

Wonderful. Great shot and proce3ssing.


Earl

Carola Bartz said...

How beautiful! We had Cedar Waxwings in our garden as well, when the privet was loaded with berries. They devoured them in no time at all (they also had help by the robins).

sandy @ french laundry 132 said...

Very beautiful and the quote goes along with it perfectly!!