Friday, November 25, 2011

Daily Blessings... the end of the series


Today I am thankful.


So many tender blessings fill my life.

Sweet it has been 
to rest my mind on them for the last many days 
as I have attempted to post everyday.


Looking back on the past year 
there is one blessing that has truly changed my life... my camera.
Through it my perspective on life has forever changed.

So much enchantment, once hidden, now is within my view...
through my lens!

Looking forward to exploring and discovering more!

So blessed.



9 comments:

  1. Thank you, Cat. I've also enjoyed reading your posts and others who also took the challenge.  To me the challenge was making a daily post... but the sweet reward was the time for reflection I received to count my many blessings.

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  2. Carolyn, I'm so grateful that you decided to join this challenge.  It's been a pleasure to read each day the blessings in your life.  I agree, the camera lens has been a life changer for me too.  So much to observe!

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  3. Karin/Southern MeadowsJanuary 9, 2013 at 7:53 PM

    Where would we be without our cameras?! I take mine everywhere just in case there is an opportunity for an interesting shot. We truly document our lives, events and gardens  through photos!

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  4. I, too, am thankful for a camera and the beauty of nature. But I am most thankful for Blotanical and the community of garden bloggers that have enriched my life. It's so rare for me to meet in real life people who share my passion for gardening and sense of God in nature ... Sorry I missed your series of daily posts. I'll have to go back and look them up :)

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  5. Donna@Gardens Eye ViewJanuary 9, 2013 at 7:53 PM

    Carolyn thank you for doing this..it has enriched all our lives...

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  6. Yes another camera person here. I love how we are connected by our passion and love of nature and photography. I am inspired thanks:~)

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  7. Carolyn, I have enjoyed your blessing posts and you have truly lifted spirits and bettered outlooks.

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  8. These have been wonderful posts, Carolyn! Thanks for sharing. I agree that really thinking about each shot and each post can be a life-changer.

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  9. I'm so with you on this ome - I've loved having my camera this year - it really opened my eyes to the beauty around me.

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