September 17, 2014

All smiles...



"Morning Light"


"It was only a sunny smile,
and little it cost in the giving.
But like morning light it scattered the night,
and made the day worth living."

-Oscar Wilde


Lots of sun, and lots to smile about around here these days.   Life is indeed worth living.  But why does all that beautiful morning light also have to illuminate the layer of dust blanketing my dining room table?  Breaking out the Pledge...stat.







Here's where I "link up" today.


(click on image for description of Song-ography)
Next Tuesday's Song-ography title is "September Grass" by James Taylor.
Come back and link up!

19 comments:

  1. I needed that today. Life is worth living!

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  2. Ah, the light!!! And love the quote!

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  3. A beautiful b&w composition!
    My b&w post: http://hanshb.wordpress.com/

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  4. Light has such wonderful properties for our souls!

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  5. That's a wonderful shot!
    Thank you for sharing at http://www.image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2014/09/elodie-farms.html. I hope to see you each week!

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  6. ha - no I know why I like the blinds closed! I can pretend the dust is gone.
    love how you make an every day subject just... BOOM!

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  7. Beautiful shot with beautiful light.

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  8. The slightest glimmer of light can be so beautiful. (lets just not talk about dust - with 3 cats, it never ends here, I'm thinking about teaching them how to put those tails to work and dust as they go ... it's a thought).

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  9. Oh yes, the dust... I took a couple of pics of some colorful bottles from Italy... until I saw the dust line up in the macro shot :(

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  10. This is lovely. Such a great shot, and the perfect quote to go with it.

    Yes, the sunlight illuminates the great amount of dust in my house.

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  11. Beautiful, bw it should be in this photo

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  12. Absolutely beautiful composition

    Mollyxxx

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  13. Ahh, someone else who has dust. It's a good thing I don't work, because I can start dusting at one end of the house and by the time I'm finished I need to start all over again. :( Of course damp dusting helps. I hope you get the better half to get up there and dust that chandelier. We don't want to see photos of you in a cast anytime soon. :) How do you ever find all those quotations to go with your photos? Amazing!

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