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A beautiful and blinding morning

The world outside begins to breathe

See clouds arriving without warning

I need you here to shelter me

 

And I know that only time will tell us how

To carry on without each other

 

If I could make these moments endless

If I could stop the winds of change

If we just keep our eyes wide open

Then everything would stay the same

Queen of Light took her bow,

And then she turned to go,

The Prince of Peace embraced the gloom,

And walked the night alone

Oh, dance in the dark of night,

Sing to the morning light.

The dark Lord rides in force tonight,

And time will tell us all

 

--Led Zeppelin "The Battle Of Evermore"

 

After looking at my original post of this shot a bit harder, I realized that I TOTALLY RUSHED my processing! THIS is how the scene looked as I was taking it. I should not have tried to process ANY shots being so tired, and in the future I will try to not do that again.

 

After I re-processed this image I just had to put it up and I must apologize to ALL of you for putting up such crap before. Thanks for looking!!

 

So give it one more try

Cause I get turned down when you're not around

I just can't take it all

 

You and I

We never had it easy baby

We've both been hurt before

(Both been hurt before)

And only time will tell us if we're gonna make it

There's no way to be sure, but

 

Oooooooohoo

Baby I'll take my chances with you

That's what I'm gonna do

Oooooooohoo

Baby I'll take my chances with you

You know it's true

 

Today's Soundtrack: The Click Five - I'll Take My Chances

This is how the mountains of the Alps look like in this winter. I can not remember ever having seen so little snow in winter. This valley in the photo is at about 1’700 meters altitude. Normally I would have taken some time to reach this position. But not this year.

 

Equipped with snowshoes and my mountain clothes I would have taken my way to go up the mountain. But this time I walked up to this point like in spring. There was not a desert of white plains on my way and I had not to look to the mountain slopes to see if there were some danger of avalanches.

 

Juicy green meadows and a lot of flowers wherever I saw. And when I made a short break I could see a lot of insects flying around my head. I know, I think I’ve already mentioned it once before in the past, but it is a very very strange winter this year. And I don’t think it’s a good sign to have such winters. But time will tell us the truth. I hope that we will have a wonderful spring despite the bad winter.

 

I want to thank all very much for your "views", "Comments" and "Favourites" :-) The only thing that matters is that you have joy in this photo. Again, thank you :-)

I know, it must have been my imagination, but it makes me realize how desperately alone the Earth is. Hanging in space like a speck of food floating in the ocean. Sooner or later to be swallowed up by some creature floating by…. Time will tell….... We can only wait and wonder. Wonder how, wonder when...

 

Words by Tom Graeff

 

Photography by Pryere

 

for Flickriver - Sophie Shapiro

.

-SOOC-

 

For All We Know

James Griffin

www.youtube.com/watch?v=np_heEJuiPs&feature=related

 

Love, look at the two of us

Strangers in many ways

We've got a lifetime to share

So much to say

And as we go

From day to day

I'll feel you close to me

But time alone will tell

Let's take a lifetime to say

"I knew you well"

For only time will tell us so

And love may grow

For all we know.

 

Love, look at the two of us

Strangers in many ways

Let's take a lifetime to say

"I knew you well"

For only time will tell us so

And love may grow

For all we know.

"A beautiful and blinding morning

The world outside begins to breathe

See clouds arriving without warning

I need you here to shelter me

 

And I know that only time will tell us how

To carry on without each other

 

So keep me awake to memorize you

Give us more time to feel this way

We can't stay like this forever

But I can have you next to me today

 

If I could make these moments endless

If I could stop the winds of change

If we just keep our eyes wide open

Then everything would stay the same

 

And I know that only time will tell me how

To carry on without each other

 

So keep me awake for every moment

Give us more time to be this way

We can't stay like this forever

But I can have you next to me today

 

We'll let tomorrow wait, you're here, right now, with me

All my fears just fall away, when you are all I see

 

We can't stay this way forever

But I have you here today

 

And I will remember

Oh I will remember

Remember all the love we shared today"

 

~ Sung and possibly written by Josh Groban, 1981 (I can't find info on this) ~

Listen to "Awake"

 

Playing with the Sony Tele-Conversion lens.

View Large On White

Shot this from my Driveway of one of our cities snow removal crews cleaning our street ... It's been one of the most harsh winters here in over 40 yrs with brutally cold temperatures and record setting snow storms and our boys have been working 24/7 for the last month trying to catch up ... We are all hoping for some help from Old Mother Nature for the month of March but only time will tell ... We usually get a couple more dumps throughout March and into April before it's all over . My fav saying for living up here is , " We get 9 months of winter and 3 months of poor skiing " . ... LOL .. Have a Great day my Friends ..

Inspired by "Down River" by The Temper Trap <3

 

View On White

 

"finally we have seen some things

some awfully nice

some dreadfully bad

but we will sing

wash the blood off our knees

cause our love breaks through rough seas our ship will sail

And I don't understand how this world would work

cause time will tell us nothing

I'll take a chance on something

 

feeling old, feelings this time take you

down river, down river, down river, down

walk these stairs, put the pieces back together

go don't stop, go don't stop, go don't stop now, go

 

finally, we have seen some things

but bells in your hallways

don't move you in the right place

so we will sing, cast our hopes out to sea

though our hearts break, through violent winds our ship will sail

and I don't understand how this world would work

cause time will tell us nothing

I'll take a chance on something

 

feeling old, feelings this time take you

down river, down river, down river, down

walk these stairs, put the pieces back together

go don't stop, go don't stop, go don't stop

go don't stop now, go.... "

 

The first rehearsal of the "PS" band. What does "PS" stand for? And how did those characters ended up together in this unlikely band? Will they ever become famous? Maybe time will tell us...

 

(By the way you can also check my blog post at Stuck in Plastic about this photo series: www.stuckinplastic.com/2017/03/process-and-story/)

a heavenly sunset dat i found dragonishly heavenly..

wishing u a heavenly day..

^i^

 

*battle for evermore*~song lyrics led zepplin

www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4oUJUCDX1s

 

Queen of Light took her bow

And then she turned to go,

The Prince of Peace embraced the gloom

And walked the night alone.

 

Oh, dance in the dark of night,

Sing to the morn-ing light.

The dark Lord rides in force tonight

And time will tell us all.

 

Oh, throw down your plow and hoe,

Rest not to lock your homes.

Side by side we wait the might

Of the darkest of them all.

 

I hear the horses' thunder

Down in the valley below,

I'm waiting for the angels of Avalon,

Waiting for the eastern glow.

 

The apples of the valley hold

The seeds of happiness,

The ground is rich from tender care,

Repay, do not forget, no, no.

Oh, dance in the dark of night,

Sing to the morning light.

 

The apples turn to brown and black,

The tyrant's face is red.

 

Oh the war is common cry,

Pick up you swords and fly.

The sky is filled with good and bad

That mortals never know.

 

Oh, well, the night is long

The beads of time pass slow,

Tired eyes on the sunrise,

Waiting for the eastern glow.

 

The pain of war cannot exceed

The woe of aftermath,

The drums will shake the castle wall,

The ringwraiths ride in black,

Ride on.

 

Sing as you raise your bow,

Shoot straighter than before.

No comfort has the fire at night

That lights the face so cold.

 

Oh dance in the dark of night,

 

Sing to the mornin' light.

The magic runes are writ in gold

To bring the balance back.

Bring it back.

 

At last the sun is shining,

The clouds of blue roll by,

With flames from the dragon of darkness

The sunlight blinds his eyes.

(Nikkie, Summer, Raquelle, Barbie, Dr.Chang & Nick)

 

Summer : My head is pounding..

 

Barbie : Just like after my first head swapping… it’s getting better after a few hours.

 

Raquelle : You know.. I cannot believe that I could have lost you...do you remember us as kids… naive and happy.. Playing in the yard… skipping in the flowers fields….We were so happy..

 

Nikkie : Didnt you both met in 2008 ?

 

Barbie : Raquelle this is a shampoo commercial !

 

Raquelle : Really !?... It seems so real.

 

Summer : I love you all girsl, I really don’t want to lose any other friends..

 

Barbie : Do you think you will ever forgive Teresa ?

 

Summer : I don’t know… I still like her but… it’s too much for me, when I saw her I imagine her with HIM and I want to swap her head off! Time will tell us..

 

Raquelle : Did you think Doctor Kira Chang will notice if I stole a few furniture?

 

Dr. Chang : I hear everything…

 

Raquelle : OMG she’s speaking english !

 

Nikkie : I don’t know why I’m still surprise...

 

______________________

 

I'm sorry If I don't update as much as I would like, but my life is really stressful right now and I'm working a lot ! BUT dolls a still my favorite hobby and I don't mind stopping anytime soon :)

 

This photo is for a man (I will call him M) who lost his fight to cancer last weekend. I went to his funeral yesterday. He was the dad of a co-worker of mine. He was 54. I met him only one time and he probably wouldn't remember me if I had seen him again it was such a brief time that I met him. Two years ago he was diagnosed with brain cancer -- he underwent treatment and recovered well. Then last year at this time it came back and there wasn't anything they could do. He was given 6 months to live -- and he lived a year. From my co-worker I knew that he was a man of integrity. Devoted to his family, my co-worker and her brother weren't even his own children. Yet he loved them as his own, he loved his wife of 27 years. I could tell how much they loved each other, a true pure love. At the funeral someone spoke about how they would watch a movie and still curl up on the couch together like a couple of teenagers. This is incredible to me. This is the kind of love I want. He was patient. They loved to travel. In recent years they went to the Bahamas, Italy, Greece, and Costa Rica. His brother-in-law spoke of how he made him feel welcomed to the family when he started dating his (M's) sister. And later, the brother-in-law, said "M, don't do that, you are showing me up." M was the perfect helpmate, father and friend. He was always cooking and doing things around the house. And his wife was faithful until the end in caring for him in his last days. He loved life. He had passion for everything he did. I found out that he played volleyball on a regular basis, up until 2009. I wish I could remember the exact words of someone who gave the eulogy. The person that spoke said that a eulogy is words of praise you give to someone while they are still alive, like at a marriage or anniversary --- or a funeral. And that the U.S. is the only country that only does this at funerals. We need to give words of praise to people while they are alive. I try to do that. I try to live with passion. And I try and enjoy the small things. I want the kind of love for life that M had. This kind of love is what I want and what I want to give. He will be remembered fondly. And it is true how he touched so many people. Like I said, I only met him once, but he is/was an incredible person and role model. Yesterday was a hard day. The tears kept coming yesterday. And they are flowing as I type this. My heart goes out to his family for their loss.

  

www.youtube.com/watch?v=XL71Za0Kpqg&ob=av2n

 

Awake lyrics

 

A beautiful and blinding morning

The world outside begins to breathe

See clouds arriving without warning

I need you here to shelter me

 

And I know that only time will tell us how

To carry on without each other

 

So keep me awake to memorize you

Give us more time to feel this way

We can't stay like this forever

But I can have you next to me today

 

If I could make these moments endless

If I could stop the winds of change

If we just keep our eyes wide open

Then everything would stay the same

 

And I know that only time will tell me how

To carry on without each other

 

So keep me awake for every moment

Give us more time to be this way

We can't stay like this forever

But I can have you next to me today

 

We'll let tomorrow wait, you're here, right now, with me

All my fears just fall away, when you are all I see

 

We can't stay this way forever

But I have you here today

 

And I will remember

Oh I will remember

Remember all the love we shared today

Queen of Light took her bow

And then she turned to go,

The Prince of Peace embraced the gloom

And walked the night alone.

Oh, dance in the dark of night,

Sing to the morning light.

The dark Lord rides in force tonight

And time will tell us all.

Oh, throw down your plow and hoe,

Rest not to lock your homes.

Side by side we wait the might

Of the darkest of them all.

I hear the horses' thunder

Down in the valley blow,

I'm waiting for the angels of Avalon,

Waiting for the eastern glow.

The apples of the valley hold,

The seas of happiness,

The ground is rich from tender care,

Repay, do not forget, no, no.

Oh, dance in the dark of night,

Sing to the morning light.

The apples turn to brown and black, the tyrant's face is red.

Oh the war is common cry, pick up you swords and fly.

The sky is filled with good and bad

That mortals never know.

Oh, well, the night is long, the beads of time pass slow,

Tired eyes on the sunrise, waiting for the eastern glow.

The pain of war cannot exceed

The woe of aftermath,

The drums will shake the castle wall,

The ring wraiths ride in black, ride on.

Sing as you raise your bow,

Shoot straighter than before.

No comfort has the fire at night

That lights the face so cold.

Oh dance in the dark of night,

Sing to the mornin' light.

The magic runes are writ in gold

To bring the balance back, bring it back.

At last the sun is shining, the clouds of blue roll by,

With flames from the dragon of darkness

The sunlight blinds his eyes.

 

Led Zeppelin ~ Battle Of Evermore ~ 1971

 

Thanks To The Wolf Gilbraith, my Brother in Arms.

 

Many Thanks to Jinx's amazing riding sim for creating the perfect inspirational trails for a lot of my pics , Sea of Beckoning (19, 92, 48)

click here

 

www.princefansunited.com/

 

I WARN U: it's 2 funky!

Aaah yeeah!

Drop it now!

Don't stop it now!

(chuckle)

Go on GET it now!

 

Here he comes again,

He's gonna try 2 ruin my day.

Never had a reason 2 dog me out!

They'll never make him do what they say!

 

9 times out of 10, uh,

Ask him if he did, he say, "No!"

"I'd never b a turncoat! Never b the 1 2 sell ur name @ the grocery

store!"

U come around

Funny stuff b going down

Ask him how it happened

Yo, he don't know!

 

But, I don't care what people may say!

I ain't go'n let it ruin it my day!

The best reme-die

4 a basket full of lies

Is FUNK!

Heh!

 

Aint nothing like funky music!

Stompin' on my day! Oh ah ah yeah

Gotta gimme me some of dat music!

 

Uh oh!

Here she comes again

She gotta tell the story her way

Whatchu call a girl that's doing something she don't want

& take ur money, when the crime don't pay?

Every now & then

I hear a little "Sumthin' Sumthin'" that they said

Mmh!

1 man's justice is another man's fears

Don't u wish that u could sleep in my bed?

 

The only reason u say my name

Is 2 get ur 15 secs of fame!

Nobody's even sure what u do!

 

But I don't care what people may say!

I ain't go'n let it ruin my day!

The best reme-die,

4 a basket full of lies

Is FUNK!

 

Aah aah aah,

There's nothing like funky music!

Let the music play!

Woo-hoo! I'm crazy 4 Coco Rock! (as in "Koo koo 4 Coco Puffs", a

cereal 4 y'all that don't know)

Uh!

Well, it might not b the Grand Progression,

But, er uh, it sho is funky!

Hmph! Right on!

Woo!

Funky music!

Haa-ah,

Woo!

Funky music!

Woo!

Like that keyboard

Funky music!

The greasier the keys

Woo!

The easier the breeze

Funky music!

Right on, he, he,

[(chuckle), guitar man] aint nothing like funky music [u want some,

baby? yeah] ,

When i wanna get happy, [u can do more than that man, come on, come

on],

Want 2 give u some of this music, [ha ha, now, now we talking, now we

talking]

Uh!

Oooh ooh yeah!

How you gonna cap & b gone?

I h8 2 let u know, but its on!

U might not like the taste,

But, I'm still go'n stick ur face in this funk! (stick ur face in it)

 

Gossip again?

Ho hum.

Listen 2, my drum.

 

*&#@(+

Nothin like funky music

 

...Digital music disappears in the daytime...

 

*&#@(+

Nothin like funky music

 

Verry scurred.

Yo face.

Listen 2, my bass.

 

Time will tell.

We r.

Listen 2, my guitar.

 

Uh

 

Goeth (?)

 

We don't care what people may say!

We ain't gonna let it ruin our day!

The best remedy

4 a big fat "PUNK"

Is...

FUNK!

 

Aint nothing like funky music!

Turn the music up!

 

R u talking 2 me?

Alright, somebody call 911!

Heh, Y'all trippin!

(Woo, Funky Music)

Look here, weavealicious ,

Cum'ere, cum'ere lemme talk 2 u

(Woo, Funky Music)

"U & ur boyfriend",

Tell u something, right now!

(Woo, Funky Music)

U run up on me again with words or otherwise...

I'm gonna knock both u punks out

(Woo, Funky Music)

Wh, where u goin?

Where da ambulance!?. ..

 

(Woo, Funky Music)

 

(sounds of an ass kicking)

 

(Woo, Funky Music)

(Woo, Funky Music)

(giggle) Right on!

 

(Woo, Funky Music)

 

Funky music

Funky music

Funky music

 

Whoooaaaa that funky music aah-oowww

HUH!! Now that's funky

 

Heh, heh,

There U have it, world,

"that is passing away"

We don't care where U go,

But, U gotta get out of here!

Okaay? (giggle)

Cancer, chronic fatigue, ugly or just plain po.

I love all yall

Don't U ever mess with me no mo!

Ho! What time is it?

Ah-ight den!

That's itch'all!

I'm out like the "Wolves" in the 1st,

Awwh, but, we go'n get it 2gether though.

Pookie, the limo warm?

Alright, cool.

Peace yall. Hmm. Stay funky.

(Giggle)

Right on. Right on.

Led Zeppelin - The Battle of Evermore

 

The Queen of Light took her bow

And then she turned to go

The Prince of Peace embraced the gloom

And walked the night alone.

 

Oh, dance in the dark of night

Sing to the morning light.

The dark Lord rides in force tonight

And time will tell us all.

 

Oh, throw down your plow and hoe

Rest not to lock your homes.

 

Side by side we wait the might

Of the darkest of them all.

 

I hear the horses' thunder

Down in the valley below

I'm waiting for the angels of Avalon

Waiting for the eastern glow.

 

The apples of the valley hold

The seeds of happiness

The ground is rich from tender care

Repay, do not forget no, no.

Oh dance in the dark of night

sing to the morning light.

 

The apples turn to brown and black

The tyrant's face is red

 

Oh the war is common cry

Pick up you swords and fly.

The sky is filled with good and bad

That mortals never know.

 

Oh well, the night is long

The beads of time pass slow

Tired eyes on the sunrise

Waiting for the eastern glow.

 

The pain of war cannot exceed

The woe of aftermath

The drums will shake the castle wall

The ring wraiths ride in black

Ride on.

 

Sing as you raise your bow

Shoot straighter than before.

No comfort has the fire at night

That lights the face so cold.

 

Oh dance in the dark of night,

Sing to the mornin' light.

The magic runes are writ in gold

To bring the balance back.

Bring it back.

 

At last the sun is shining

The clouds of blue roll by

With flames from the dragon of darkness

The sunlight blinds his eyes.

I know, it must have been my imagination, but it makes me realize how desperately alone the Earth is. Hanging in space like a speck of food floating in the ocean. Sooner or later to be swallowed up by some creature floating by…. Time will tell….... We can only wait and wonder. Wonder how, wonder when….

 

Words by Tom Graeff

 

Photography by Pryere

 

for Flickriver - Sophie Shapiro

.

What a day, on so many fronts. First I wouldn't normally post a picture so overexposed, but this is all I got today for my 365. I'm just glad I took early in the am, just in case. Second, the best laid out plans can fall apart quickly. I had an idea for a night shot that failed due a dead battery in my new camera. And third Cooper is in the Animal Hospital having suffered aggressive seizures.

 

I was at a night function when my wife called me to let me know that Cooper had suffered three aggressive seizures. She brought him to the best animal hospital in town and they kept him overnight for observations. They don't know what is wrong with him as the blood work came back negative. I'm thinking that it's epilepsy. I guess time will tell. We pick him up from the hospital later one today.

 

178/365

I have felt so tired lately. Not only tired, but stress and emotions have taken over somewhat. As you have read over the past couple of days about what's going on with my wife and her pregnancy, it has gotten both of us a bit worried about how things are going to turn out. We have hope though that things will work out ok. If you missed what's going on, she is at 18 weeks along in her pregnancy and has had some complications. Her water broke at 15 weeks, and without enough fluid the baby's lungs wont develop. But we met with a high risk Dr. on monday and she was very optimistic about there being enough fluid in there for the baby. Time will tell. We go back in two and a half weeks and will be able to see if the lungs have developed. If they have, at 24 weeks becuase of what has happened, my wife will be put in the hospital until the baby is born. They are planning on the baby to be born early, possibly up to 16 weeks early. Its amazing that babies can be saved that early. But anytime before 24 weeks they cant save a baby. So we are hoping everything turns out for the better. But it sure is wearing us thin.

 

Strobist info: Visatec 1600B camera right up high 1/8th power through 22" soft box.

 

View On Black

Right now is an election's night in Thailand. This could be a turning point of this country. It has been what it is too far and too long. People want to see the change, and now they are about to see. Either way it is just POLITICS. It is just a game for some people, but for most of the people tonight could be a dream which they have been waiting for so long. To myself, I don't really know that it is going to change much for this country. I am start to call myself an old man now. I have seen this type of election many times and what people used to feel that could be good then it turn out to be not good. So I wish this would be a new face of my own country.

 

My own note for someone may care to think it over....

 

While most countries are trying to make the world a better place to live. At the same time, politicians who have power in Thailand are fighting for MORE POWER AND MORE MONEY... It has been this way for generations. So if I think that this is gonna change something tonight, that is a tough question. Also, I am ( we are ) too num to feel a thing. We just wish for the best. Later on, time will tell us all.

 

The fact is I dont really care who is a soon future president. What I care is the quality of life of people of Thailand MUST be better than what it is now.

 

God bless us all.

 

my new berry trellis, with all my lovely berries planted...

i'm not sure how they're going to go in our warm climate... but time will tell!

 

we've planted raspberries, boysenberries, youngberries, silvanberries, loganberries

  

I planted seeds, a vine, and believe this is the foliage -- but I forget what I planted, and do not recognize the foliage; anyone? Time will tell us more!

"When one door closes another door opens; but we so often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door, that we do not see the ones which open for us."

 

-- Alexander Graham Bell

 

I haven't done an SP in a while and this pretty much shows where I'm at right now.

 

Uncertainty, hope, fear, anxiety, optimism...

 

We've been on a wild ride for a little over a year with unemployment and related financial collapse. At this point, we've pretty much tied a knot at the end of our rope and are just hanging on.

 

But there is some hope as my Hub had a great job interview this week and received positive feedback. We should know in the next couple of weeks whether he gets the position. That's the good news, the bad news is our bank has started foreclosure procedures and I'm not sure the new job will be soon enough or even pay enough for them to reconsider. Only time will tell.

 

We have a backup plan, which is better than most people have and we've been able to live a year off of our savings and still have some left, so I consider ourselves very fortunate, despite all our difficulties. We were smart that we saved when we could have spent...

 

So keep us in your prayers - things may be turning around. I'm not dwelling on the past but looking forward at the future.

Identifier: loveamongmistlet00elmo

Title: Love among the mistletoe, and poems

Year: 1908 (1900s)

Authors: Elmore, James B. (James Buchanan), 1857-1942

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Publisher: Alamo, Ind., The author

Contributing Library: The Library of Congress

Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

  

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^;The laggard is dropping out behind,Although their friends are true and kind In the ever-aspiring Athene. We cannot stay this business roll,While pressing onward to reach the goal In this philosophical arena;We are pushing on tow^ard the skiesTo meet the patriarchs, so wise— Our people of great Athene. The annals of time will tell our fate,And of our people growing great In our city with such vehemy;*Our fame is laureled in evry clime,And history impressed on the wings of time, Of our people of great Athene. THE EED BIRD. The red bird sat upon a tree.And sang to me, and sang to me.The sweetness of his voice did floatFrom the airy waves of his little throat. *This word is coined from vehemence. 88 INDIANA. The tune that he sang pierced to my heart. Exciting a love that neer will part For the little singer so full of glee And the melodious notes from the old elm tree.

 

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THE RED BIRD. But still it seemed that he would not tire,As he mounted up still higher and higlier,And warbled a lay I neer have heardFrom the sweetest voice of a singing bird. soldiers monument. ^9 The morning came, and soon was spent; The sun to the topmost sky had sent His brilliant rays to light the earth And the beautiful morning which it gave birth. His glee extended to the hour of eight,AVhen the time of feeding was getting late,And the young ones croaked for a dainty meal,A worm or a bug from the new-plowed field. Then the mock-bird thought hed imitate.But fell far short in his self-conceit.His dress apparel werent near so red,And the whitting song was atale and dead. But yet, as eager as pride could be,He sang away with his rhythm, to-ree!Until the flowers with shame did blush.Which caused his mimicry soon to hush. But on went the warbler with lay so sweet.That it savored the morsels the little ones eat.And taught them a lesson which all should know:That the way to be happy i

  

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Accidents happen, but we suspect this one could have been prevented. We found a small piece (maybe 6" x 18") of old sheet-type metal in the pasture after many months of winter mud and rain. It must have came up through the soil. This is why I have such a pet peeve against people who toss junk out on their property and bury it. The next property owner years down the road has to deal with it, no matter how well you think you disposed of it. I walk the pasture routinely. However, things in the ground are not visible until the horses weight on wet ground puts pressure on the soil and things come up. I hope this is the last thing we find but only time will tell. We are not positive this is what he cut his leg on, but the height and type of cut definitely pointed towards what we found.

 

ps: If you have any suggestions for care please let me know. We have been rinsing it in betadine solution and putting an antibiotic save on it. This picture was a couple days ago. It is draining slightly, but everything looks clear right now. There doesn't seem to be any heat around it. We've dealt with worse in previous years, but each one worries me.

A beautiful and blinding morning

The world outside begins to breathe

See the clouds arriving without warning

I need you here to shelter me

 

And I know that only time will tell us how

To carry on without each other

 

So keep me awake to memorize you

Give me more time to feel this way

We can't stay like this forever

But I can have you next to me today

 

If I could make these moments endless

If I could stop the winds of change

If we just keep our eyes wide open

Then everything would stay the same

 

And I know that only time will tell me how

We'll carry on without each other

 

So keep me awake for every moment

Give us more time to be this way

We can't stay like this forever

But I can have you next to me today

 

We'll let tomorrow wait, you're here, right now, with me

All my fears just fall away, when you are all I see

 

We can't stay like this forever

But I have you here today

 

And I will remember

Oh, I will remember

Remember all the love we shared today .

The Battle Of Evermore - Led Zeppelin

The dark Lord rides in force tonight

And time will tell us all.

Didn't do much this weekend - ended up seeing the out of hours Doc at the Hospital - Really hurt my shoulder and neck, feels like I've slipped a disc there but time will tell.

We're supposed to be doing the London - Brighton Bike Ride in a weeks time, and this was to be a key training weekend, oh well, never mind.

We've now invested in a Turbo trainer, we meant to get one for the next winter but thought we'd get it early to squeeze some training time before next weekend!!

 

A beautiful and blinding morning

The world outside begins to breathe

See clouds arriving without warning

I need you here to shelter me

 

And I know that only time will tell us how

To carry on without each other

 

So keep me awake to memorize you

Give me more time to feel this way

We can't stay like this forever

But I can have you next to me today

 

If I could make these moments endless

If I could stop the winds of change

If we just keep our eyes wide open

Then everything would stay the same

 

And I know that only time will tell me how

We'll carry on without each other

 

So keep me awake for every moment

Give us more time to be this way

We can't stay like this forever

But I can have you next to me today

 

We'll let tomorrow wait, you're here, right now, with me

All my fears just fall away, when you are all I see

 

We can't stay like this forever

But I have you here today

 

And I will remember

Oh I will remember

Remember all the love we shared today

 

Josh Groban

 

One of my favorite songs by my favorite Artist!

 

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Flock that for a game of soldiers! Now we have a conservative government there may be a different set of liberties to defend, but I look forward to photographing serving police officers in uniform and that sort of thing.... oh yes, and at the same time oh no.... . I for one am not about to go to sleep.

 

Not sure yet about the capitalisation of not on [cC]onservative.... time will tell. We are dancing with devils, of course, but the government does need to change hands every so often in order to prove tha democracy works. Ergo, you should always vote for the opposition ... but wait a minute, if the question of how you should vote is decided by politcal circumstance, what's the point of voting? Truly, your vote changes nothing - it's a bloody sham.

 

Let's *hope* this is the least-bad option, the LibDems calming Righties instead of the LibDems inciting Lefties. I am inclined to agree though with those who proclaim that tonight's coup stage-managed for TV was a bit hard to swallow.... nonetheless DC does have the right to govern until (OK maybe "unless") he proves otherwise

 

My neighbour (a staunch Tory) remarked the other day, "Britain does need a hung parliament, but there aren't enough lamp-posts in Whitehall." He may have been joking, it's hard to tell.... so stay tuned.

I ..don't ..understand

How this world will work

Cause Time will tell us nothing

I'll take a chance on something

For Our Daily Challenge topic 'Time will Tell.' Our Votes will Tell !

No flowering quince blossoms yet but pink buds are getting larger out there, all set to bloom in February. But weather may intervene: snow is coming to Atlanta followed by extreme cold. That will be the end of most of our camellia blossoms and it may damage the quince buds. Time will tell.

 

We are hunkered down - awaiting the frozen stuff. It looks like the band of snow is narrower than what meteorologists were saying the last 48 hours - but we're still in it. Hopefully I can get some snow shots.

 

Stay safe out there!

 

Queen of Light took her bow

And then she turned to go,

The Prince of Peace embraced the gloom

And walked the night alone.

Oh, dance in the dark of night,

Sing to the morn - ing light.

The dark Lord rides in force tonight

And time will tell us all.

Oh, throw down your plow and hoe,

Rest not to lock your homes.

Side by side we wait the might

Of the darkest of them all.

I hear the horses' thunder

Down in the valley blow,

I'm waiting for the angels of Avalon,

Waiting for the eastern glow.

The apples of the valley hold,

The seas of happiness,

The ground is rich from tender care,

Repay, do not forget, no, no.

Oh, dance in the dark of night,

sing to the morning light.

The apples turn to brown and black, The tyrant's face is red.

Oh the war is common cry, Pick up you swords and fly.

The sky is filled with good and bad

That mortals never know.

Oh, well, the night is long, The beads of time pass slow,

Tired eyes on the sunrise, Waiting for the eastern glow.

The pain of war cannot exceed

The woe of aftermath,

The drums will shake the castle wall,

The ring wraiths ride in black, Ride on.

Sing as you raise your bow,

Shoot straighter than before.

No comfort has the fire at night

That lights the face so cold.

Oh dance in the dark of night,

Sing to the mornin' light.

The magic runes are writ in gold

To bring the balance back, Bring it back.

At last the sun is shining, The clouds of blue roll by,

With flames from the dragon of darkness

The sunlight blinds his eyes

It has been awhile since I took my last portrait for 100 Strangers...

 

Zlato was hanging out on Michigan Avenue watching the traffic go by. I noticed his bright yellow jacket because it was somewhat cloudy at the time, and the color really grabbed my attention. After he agreed to be photographed, I asked him to remain standing how I had originally saw him - relaxed and watching the cars. I especially like that you can see what he had been seeing by the reflection in his glasses.

 

He is originally from the former Yugoslavia, but now lives in Louisiana and was here in Chicago on vacation. Of course, we talked about the effects of the oil spill. He wondered what effect all of the dispersant that was used will have on the Gulf; time will tell. We talked about Louisiana's local economy, and I learned that unemployment is near 6%; not bad, considering the overall rate is pushing 10% right now.

 

I hope I heard his name right ... if I am not mistaken, "Zlato" means gold... which is fitting given that I noticed his gold-colored jacket.

 

Zlato - if you see this... please leave me a comment and let me know if I spelled your name correctly! Thanks for the conversation!

 

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Zlato is #6 in my 100 Strangers project!

 

Find out more about the project and see pictures taken by other photographers at www.100Strangers.com

Reach into me, and you will see-

Maybe it is you to be!

If its not, time will tell

we all know the bad ones end up in hell!

Sophia, Millicent and Me: in conversation with Yasmin Alibhai-Brown took place in December 2018 at Firstsite in Colchester.

 

The event comprised an interview with award-winning journalist and author Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Muslim, Feminist and respected TV and radio pundit, and a short performance by theatre company Time Will Tell.

 

We shared stories about Princess Sophia Duleep Singh, Suffragette, women's rights campaigner and daughter of the last Maharajah of the Punjab who lived in East Anglia; we discussed Firstsite’s new exhibition, Courage Calls to Courage Everywhere, charting the making of Gillian Wearing’s statue of Millicent Fawcett in Parliament Square, and the importance of memorialising important women and their achievements through history; and we delved into Yasmin’s own thoughts about modern day Feminism, art and activism.

 

Yasmin was in conversation with Professor Katherine Cockin from the Department of Literature, Film, and Theatre Studies at the University of Essex. Katherine’s research is on women's suffrage theatre, and her latest book, Edith Craig and the Theatres of Art focuses on the woman who directed plays and designed street processions for the women's suffrage campaign.

 

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Sophia, Millicent and Me: in conversation with Yasmin Alibhai-Brown took place in December 2018 at Firstsite in Colchester.

 

The event comprised an interview with award-winning journalist and author Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Muslim, Feminist and respected TV and radio pundit, and a short performance by theatre company Time Will Tell.

 

We shared stories about Princess Sophia Duleep Singh, Suffragette, women's rights campaigner and daughter of the last Maharajah of the Punjab who lived in East Anglia; we discussed Firstsite’s new exhibition, Courage Calls to Courage Everywhere, charting the making of Gillian Wearing’s statue of Millicent Fawcett in Parliament Square, and the importance of memorialising important women and their achievements through history; and we delved into Yasmin’s own thoughts about modern day Feminism, art and activism.

 

Yasmin was in conversation with Professor Katherine Cockin from the Department of Literature, Film, and Theatre Studies at the University of Essex. Katherine’s research is on women's suffrage theatre, and her latest book, Edith Craig and the Theatres of Art focuses on the woman who directed plays and designed street processions for the women's suffrage campaign.

 

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Sophia, Millicent and Me: in conversation with Yasmin Alibhai-Brown took place in December 2018 at Firstsite in Colchester.

 

The event comprised an interview with award-winning journalist and author Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Muslim, Feminist and respected TV and radio pundit, and a short performance by theatre company Time Will Tell.

 

We shared stories about Princess Sophia Duleep Singh, Suffragette, women's rights campaigner and daughter of the last Maharajah of the Punjab who lived in East Anglia; we discussed Firstsite’s new exhibition, Courage Calls to Courage Everywhere, charting the making of Gillian Wearing’s statue of Millicent Fawcett in Parliament Square, and the importance of memorialising important women and their achievements through history; and we delved into Yasmin’s own thoughts about modern day Feminism, art and activism.

 

Yasmin was in conversation with Professor Katherine Cockin from the Department of Literature, Film, and Theatre Studies at the University of Essex. Katherine’s research is on women's suffrage theatre, and her latest book, Edith Craig and the Theatres of Art focuses on the woman who directed plays and designed street processions for the women's suffrage campaign.

 

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He now has the Hotel " Costa el Ward" to himself, its nice that the aviery is empty, injured or young birds are the most dellicate of creatures and success rates are not great. He may just need a few more days and he could be fine, time will tell. We do what we can but its often out of our hands :-(

Sophia, Millicent and Me: in conversation with Yasmin Alibhai-Brown took place in December 2018 at Firstsite in Colchester.

 

The event comprised an interview with award-winning journalist and author Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Muslim, Feminist and respected TV and radio pundit, and a short performance by theatre company Time Will Tell.

 

We shared stories about Princess Sophia Duleep Singh, Suffragette, women's rights campaigner and daughter of the last Maharajah of the Punjab who lived in East Anglia; we discussed Firstsite’s new exhibition, Courage Calls to Courage Everywhere, charting the making of Gillian Wearing’s statue of Millicent Fawcett in Parliament Square, and the importance of memorialising important women and their achievements through history; and we delved into Yasmin’s own thoughts about modern day Feminism, art and activism.

 

Yasmin was in conversation with Professor Katherine Cockin from the Department of Literature, Film, and Theatre Studies at the University of Essex. Katherine’s research is on women's suffrage theatre, and her latest book, Edith Craig and the Theatres of Art focuses on the woman who directed plays and designed street processions for the women's suffrage campaign.

 

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Sophia, Millicent and Me: in conversation with Yasmin Alibhai-Brown took place in December 2018 at Firstsite in Colchester.

 

The event comprised an interview with award-winning journalist and author Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Muslim, Feminist and respected TV and radio pundit, and a short performance by theatre company Time Will Tell.

 

We shared stories about Princess Sophia Duleep Singh, Suffragette, women's rights campaigner and daughter of the last Maharajah of the Punjab who lived in East Anglia; we discussed Firstsite’s new exhibition, Courage Calls to Courage Everywhere, charting the making of Gillian Wearing’s statue of Millicent Fawcett in Parliament Square, and the importance of memorialising important women and their achievements through history; and we delved into Yasmin’s own thoughts about modern day Feminism, art and activism.

 

Yasmin was in conversation with Professor Katherine Cockin from the Department of Literature, Film, and Theatre Studies at the University of Essex. Katherine’s research is on women's suffrage theatre, and her latest book, Edith Craig and the Theatres of Art focuses on the woman who directed plays and designed street processions for the women's suffrage campaign.

 

essexcdp.com

 

Sophia, Millicent and Me: in conversation with Yasmin Alibhai-Brown took place in December 2018 at Firstsite in Colchester.

 

The event comprised an interview with award-winning journalist and author Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Muslim, Feminist and respected TV and radio pundit, and a short performance by theatre company Time Will Tell.

 

We shared stories about Princess Sophia Duleep Singh, Suffragette, women's rights campaigner and daughter of the last Maharajah of the Punjab who lived in East Anglia; we discussed Firstsite’s new exhibition, Courage Calls to Courage Everywhere, charting the making of Gillian Wearing’s statue of Millicent Fawcett in Parliament Square, and the importance of memorialising important women and their achievements through history; and we delved into Yasmin’s own thoughts about modern day Feminism, art and activism.

 

Yasmin was in conversation with Professor Katherine Cockin from the Department of Literature, Film, and Theatre Studies at the University of Essex. Katherine’s research is on women's suffrage theatre, and her latest book, Edith Craig and the Theatres of Art focuses on the woman who directed plays and designed street processions for the women's suffrage campaign.

 

essexcdp.com

 

Sophia, Millicent and Me: in conversation with Yasmin Alibhai-Brown took place in December 2018 at Firstsite in Colchester.

 

The event comprised an interview with award-winning journalist and author Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Muslim, Feminist and respected TV and radio pundit, and a short performance by theatre company Time Will Tell.

 

We shared stories about Princess Sophia Duleep Singh, Suffragette, women's rights campaigner and daughter of the last Maharajah of the Punjab who lived in East Anglia; we discussed Firstsite’s new exhibition, Courage Calls to Courage Everywhere, charting the making of Gillian Wearing’s statue of Millicent Fawcett in Parliament Square, and the importance of memorialising important women and their achievements through history; and we delved into Yasmin’s own thoughts about modern day Feminism, art and activism.

 

Yasmin was in conversation with Professor Katherine Cockin from the Department of Literature, Film, and Theatre Studies at the University of Essex. Katherine’s research is on women's suffrage theatre, and her latest book, Edith Craig and the Theatres of Art focuses on the woman who directed plays and designed street processions for the women's suffrage campaign.

 

essexcdp.com

 

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