Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Natural High

A  L  O  H  A !
Natural High by Bloodstone on Grooveshark
                                                                  
                                            click  on   these  photos

"Dark clouds
 in our Milky Way galaxy,
 far from Earth,
 are huge places 
 where new stars 
are born. 

But they are shy 
and hide themselves
 in a shroud of dust 
so that we cannot see 
what happens inside-

Laurent Pagani,
  Observatoire de Paris &
 the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique





" Blessed are they 
who see beautiful things
 in humble places 
where other people 
see nothing. "
 
Camille Pissarro











Life reached out
and grabbed me;

Drew me close
when I wasn't looking.

I held it arms length
for so long.

Glad life didn't
give up on me.

YOU, friend,
YOUr post,
or comment
has been the hand and heart
of life,
reaching out to me.

Thanks. 


'Take Peace & Laughs - Leave Your Comment'
 
Thanks for visiting!
                      Warmly,
cloudia


31 comments:

Akelamalu said...

Happy Wednesday to you Cloudia. x

Charles Gramlich said...

The most beautiful things I have seen, other than my own loved ones, have been out in the woods or sometimes in a single tree or flower.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

A pleasure Cloudia.

Karen S. said...

As have you been for us dear Cloudia. What a wonderful world we live in, whether it's through conversations right here, or with those we know around us, or have yet to meet, possibly today! Here's to sharing new smiles today-Karen

TexWisGirl said...

God bless you, cloudia. :)

G-Man said...

You mean how warm and comforting YOU are to fellow bloggers?
You Rock The Big Island Cloudia
(And parts of Maui)

Anonymous said...

But I don't like missing the little clues of wisdom before the woe starts. Learning after woe is poopy. You mean, I'm STILL impatient? Me? DrumMajor

Myrna R. said...

Love the Carolyn Myss photo and quote. And I always feel it is you who reach out in such a friendly and giving way.

LOLfromPasa said...

Lovely thoughts, Cloudia, gratefully received. Many thanks.

Filip and Kristel said...

Looks like the buildings are on fire.

Greetings,
Filip

Teresa said...

The pictures today are WONDERFUL!!

Daryl said...

Glad to be of help

'Tsuki said...

When life reach me and grab me, I take pictures...

I like the one you posted here.

Windsmoke. said...

Quote by Laurent Pagani gets my vote.

Robert Geiss said...

As said, the last is an amazing work of yours, which will remain in my mind for a long time.

Please have you all a good Thursday.

Birdman said...

Ya, I like the Pagani too. Comfort!

Cloudia said...

Jolly!!!!!

Brian Miller said...

Blessed are they
who see beautiful things
in humble places
where other people
see nothing. "....amen & amen...

have a lovely day

aloha from va

Oakland Daily Photo said...

I promise to look for "beautiful things in humble places." Wonderful walking meditation. Thanks for your visit and comment and for your words to contemplate.

Kay said...

Such gorgeous photos, Cloudia. I hope the vog is dissipating. My brother says it was really hot, humid and voggy.

ladyfi said...

A beautiful post! I'm always trying to see the beauty in hidden humble places...

Cloudia said...

sweet! thanks

magiceye said...

Am blessed that I can visit your blog every morning... Thank you!

Namaste /\ from Mumbai
Aloha!

Krishna said...

beautiful photos...

thanks

Pietro said...

Wonderful images and thoughts, Cloudia.
Greetings from Turin!

shooting star said...

wonderful images...and lovely thoughts!!!!

http://sushmita-smile.blogspot.in/

Armando Manrique Cerrato said...

Beutiful photos and words to begin my day from the other side of the world. Thanks, my friend!

The Elephant's Child said...

Your rainbows are so special. They illustrate the warmth and beauty you bring to the blogosphere. Thank you.

ZielonaMila said...

Fantastic photographs, discovering such views is giving much joy. I am greeting

Bob Bushell said...

The sky and old bus, I love 'em.

Tammie Lee said...

such a lovely post ~