Trees, Clouds, and 20-Minute Rant (Lens-Artists #13 – Look Up)

This post to join in with the Lens-artist challenge and the theme is LOOK UP (here). 

I looked up and saw love in the trees. It brought me to my knees. Well not really – but any ominous projecting was halted – it stopped right there. Stopped right there on the red. I inhaled and shook my head …. then with a smile – –  I cast all cares.  And continued my mile. Well let me tone this down, but you see, the delightful beauty of seeing  – seeing that love in the trees – was like being cooled — by a perfect breeze. 

(photo snapped from footage on a dash cam)

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Lens-artist weekly photo-challenge prompt hosts are:

Week 1–Patti of https://pilotfishblog.com/
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Closing Thought – Maybe when we chat we should “look up” and pay attention to non-verbal cues so we do not have people “wander away” during any of our conversating. I love this 20-Minute Rant by Ric Masten:

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Song from Crazy for You (this is a CD I overplayed in the 1990s – I got the CD as part of one of those bundles you get when you order CDs in the mail)

The two featured posts for Lens-Artist #13 were:

Debbie of Travel with Intent shows us an interesting juxtaposition.

Ken of anevolvinscientist sent us a rare and giant flower, for which we really have to look up!

 

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37 thoughts on “Trees, Clouds, and 20-Minute Rant (Lens-Artists #13 – Look Up)

  1. I really like the first picture. The moon and the palm tree. It reminds me of South Carolina flag. Oh, by the way were you driving and took the last picture?

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    1. wow – it does look like the SC flag – just put the moon to the left (and cool flag by the way – )
      and I just added an update – that street shot if from a dash cam. As you can tell it is not the clearest – but did show the clouds – 🙂
      thanks for your concern

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    1. Hi – so glad to share it with you – and it was a little hazy here – and this was at dusk – also – I know there are photos that zoom in moon details (and some bloggers use their lenses for such a good moon shots) but here i was really showing the atmospheric feeling with the palm tree subject – ya know – and thanks for the feedback

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  2. Oh dear – aren’t we all guilty of drifting in and out of conversations?

    You were definitely paying attention on your walk though to see the love in the trees! Even in the last photo I would argue that the cloud on the right was a lopsided heart that’s starting to lose focus ❤️

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