Friday, March 25, 2011

Sea's Bedtime Story

Bedtime Story
Photograph by: Karen Holmes

"There is a way that nature speaks, that land speaks.
Most of the time we are simply not patient enough,
quiet enough to pay attention to the story."
- Linda Hogan


When the sun sets over the ocean, the familiar rhythm is there – that ever constant high-low lullaby of tidal confirmation touching sandy edges to sing an evening song. Standing there facing west, toes to chilled damp sand, the salty-air is carried on an evening breeze announcing week’s finish… how lovely of God to get out the paints and brushes…

Wishing you a blessed week's end...

10 comments:

for the love of a house said...

beautiful photograph and beautiful words.....
happy weekend to you too Karen!!

fondly,
joan

Sarah said...

Hello Aunt Karen, I love the picture you took. I enjoyed looking at it. I hope you have a blessed weekend.

Anonymous said...

Like God I hope your brushes and paints are out as well!
HE blessed YOU with the same lullaby to gracefully carry his thoughts, creatively, to others. Love it.

Anonymous said...

What a lovely scene--a beautiful sunset!! God's grace at work in us--the end of a day with such vivid colors. God must love us so much to give us such a fanatastic world to live in.
My we all feel His love and grace today.
Pam

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Beautiful picture and sentiments, Karen! Thank you for sharing them with us and thanks for your visit. I always love it when you stop by. Have a lovely weekend.

Blessings,
Sandi

karen-holmes said...

* thank you, all, for your kind thoughts and blessings... you grace my day when you take the time to comment and say hello. xok.

Delightblog.blog said...

Beautiful photo and thought! Come on over, I've got plenty of meringues!
Linda

karen-holmes said...

*linda... so cute...i'm on my way - i'll bring lilacs! xok.

Birdie said...

awww Karen, what a stunning picture :-) in deed the most beautiful lullaby ... sending love.

karen-holmes said...

*thank you, birdie! -xok.

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