Saturday, November 19, 2016

Everything is Beautiful!!!

Everything is Beautiful

You may remember, or at one time or another, may have heard the song from many years back that stated: “Everything is beautiful in its own way”, and “beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder”.  It was written by Ray Stevens.

That song sings through my brain some days when walking StoneWater Beach at the Gardens at Waters East.  Looking down while hiking along, one can find a million different stones, plants, many pieces of driftwood, living and yes dying or even dead objects that grab attention.

This posting is “looking with a different eye” to see what is often passed by as one hikes along the shore.  Some may find beauty in everything posted today, others may find that that is not the case.  However for the sake of the song, here is what was found on recent walks.

Maybe the photos will bring moments of reflection to your mind that even surprises you - - as they did me.  The challenge is to see the beauty in the natural.












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7 comments:

  1. Everything is beautiful; so very true. Even rusty objects and bones have a beauty hard to define. Stay warm this weekend, what a difference a few hours makes!

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    1. Hari ini saya ingin mengunkapkan tentang perjalanan hidup saya,karna masalah ekonomi saya selalu dililit hutang bahkan perusahaan yang dulunya saya pernah bagun kini semuanya akan disitah oleh pihak bank,saya sudah berusaha kesana kemari untuk mencari uang agar perusahaan saya tidak jadi disitah oleh pihak bank dan akhirnya saya nekat untuk mendatangi paranormal yang terkenal bahkan saya pernah mengikuti penggandaan uang dimaskanjeng dan itupun juga tidak ada hasil yang memuaskan dan saya hampir putus asa,,akhirnya ketidak segajaan saya mendengar cerita orang orang bahwa ada paranormal yang terkenal bisa mengeluarkan uang ghaib atau sejenisnya pesugihan putih yang namanya Mbah Rawa Gumpala,,,akhirnya saya mencoba menhubungi beliau dan alhamdulillah dengan senan hati beliau mau membantu saya untuk mengeluarkan pesugihan uang ghaibnya sebesar 10 M saya sangat bersyukur dan berterimakasih banyak kepada Mbah Rawa Gumpala berkat bantuannya semua masalah saya bisa teratasi dan semua hutang2 saya juga sudah pada lunas semua,,bagi anda yang ingin seperti saya dan ingin dibabtu sama Mbah silahkan hubungi 085 316 106 111 saya sengaja menulis pesan ini dan mempostin di semua tempat agar anda semua tau kalau ada paranormal yang bisah dipercaya dan bisa diandalkan,bagi teman teman yang menemukan situs ini tolong disebar luaskan agar orang orang juga bisa tau klau ada dukun sakti yg bisa membantuh mengatasi semua masalah anda1.untuk lebih lengkapnya buka saja blok Mbah karna didalam bloknya semuanya sudah dijelaskan PESUGIHAN DANA GHAIB TANPA TUMBAL

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  2. You're right indeed Jack, beauty is everywhere. I like your photo #5, flying seeds - very pretty!You're lucky to live in such nice place, seeing the lake, its treasures, nature.

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  3. Schöne und interessante Dinge finden sich bei dir am Seeufer.
    Wenn ich Steine suchen möchte, dann muss ich an die Ostsee fahren.
    Danke für den besonderen Blick auf das sonst oft übersehene Treibgut.
    Viele Grüße,
    Anette

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  4. That picture of the pebbles with holes in it looks like a recent query in The New Scientist. What is it?

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  5. Beauty is all around us :) But we must open the eyes.

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  6. Walking in Cape Point nature reserve we saw one of those plastic fish.
    Disconcertingly real to look at! We handed it in for proper disposal. I hate to think of some poor sea creature eating another chunk of our plastic waste.

    But all the rest - yes - beauty.

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