“Through My Eyes”


Weekly Photo Challenge - Life through your eyes BW

Weekly Photo Challenge - Life through your eyes


WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge:
“The World Through Your Eyes”


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About becca givens

Becca is an artist, poet, and animal communicator. She delights in cooking, nurturing, and sharing a rich spiritual life with others on the Path.
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29 Responses to “Through My Eyes”

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  7. Thanks for visiting and liking my photos on the world through my eyes.

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  8. shoreacres says:

    I’m just back from a weekend in the hill country, and that second photo captures perfectly the color of the water in some of the limestone creekbeds. Beautiful!

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    • becca givens says:

      I envy your time — how wonderful!!! Hoping to get there very soon!! I neeeeed some peaches!! 😀

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      • shoreacres says:

        No Fredericksburg peaches this year, my friends tell me. Freeze and hail did most of them in. ;(

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        • becca givens says:

          How sad … we have friends who have an organic farm … they started in peaches (that were divine) but gave it up for that very same reason — late freezes and/or hail. After 2-3 years of this — they changed out their trees. I feel for the farmers of all types who rely totally on the whim of Mother Nature. 😦

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  17. I like having both the B&W and the color versions in the same place. It’s fun to compare how they make me feel. BTW, my glass is almost always half full or more, too.

    janet

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  18. Forest So Green says:

    Each photo shows different shades of nature. Very nice. Annie

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  20. I love Black and white but showing the transition to color is a form of magic. Lovely. I’ve been fallowing Joss at Crowing Crone glad to see the source of Nurturing Thursdays

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  21. when I look at each of these, separate from the other, two different stories emerge. The filter we use to look at life makes all the difference, doesn’t it?

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    • becca givens says:

      Isn’t that the truth? Looking through filters — whether imposed by others or by us — can often skew the reality in our life and/or mind. It’s all in perspective. I prefer to look at the glass half full than half empty … and I am all into colorful bursts of rainbows and sunshine. Their energies far outlive and outweigh the negative, drab and dreary. As the song says … “Every storm runs, runs out of rain … Just like every dark night turns into day”. Happy First Day of Summer!! 😀

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