Captioned Photos # 1 – Happy Earth Day!

Slumming in Paris Part One, Arthur & Gricinda

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Captioned Photos # 1 – Happy Earth Day!

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Pictured Left : New – Slumming in Paris, Part One, Arthur & Gricinda.

A fun novella. A young couple with a little time before their two children and the children’s four young cousins all arrive to join them in Paris (Parts Two & Three).

And yes, they’re all from Texas. 😉

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Captioned Photos # 1

Happy Earth Day!

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Happy Earth Day!

Happy Earth Day!

Along the Austin Hike & Bike Trail, Mid Morning, Mid Spring

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Necessity is the Mother of Invention, is a phrase I have frequently heard.

And needing to do some full time temp work, I’ve struggled with ways to remain creative beyond my more time-intensive work on my Paris Photo Series, my dVersePoets linked poems, and work on my fiction work (mostly novels with a few short stories) –

And as a result, today on Earth Day, I have come up with an idea that seems will be very satisfying for me to do: create short captioned photo posts that are timely and can be squeezed in time-wise.

I have to give a hat tip to Paul Sutherland’s site, GYA today, for inspiration.  It’s one of my favorite gratitude and inspirational sites, and I can only hope to touch its usefulness with these short posts.

My plan is the posts will always feature my own work, and they will be sporadic.  Maybe a run of a few, then none for a bit.  I have so much creative work I already want to do, I’m realistically just looking for a pragmatic way to continue posting when time is squnched, whether from working outside my main interests, or embroiled in a creative project with a tight time frame.

For Earth Day, the link above is to the Earth Day org site, and to an article on the history of the movement.  The opening sentence reads:

“Each year, Earth Day — April 22 — marks the anniversary of what many consider the birth of the modern environmental movement in 1970.”

Finally, go see this cartoon a long time yogi friend of mine, the Flying Yogini, posted on her facebook page.  It’s really cute. 😉

Happy Earth Day everyone, at least we celebrate it to remind us. 😉

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Future Posts

Next!

Day Nine of my Paris Photo series – yay! 😉

A day trip to the Tuileries (the long way around 😉 ), and more views of the Eiffel Tower (but from a distance.)

namaste´- con dios – god be with you

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A beginner's view : integrating interests in yoga, fitness, and the arts - work in fiction, poetry, and images.
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6 Responses to Captioned Photos # 1 – Happy Earth Day!

  1. brian miller says:

    a very peace filled picture…i love nature…i was surprised by how little attention was given to earth day here this year…ha on the squirrels as well…they are one of my fav animals…

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    • yeah, something really neat ’bout those critters 😉

      they had an earth day festival here in austin, but most of the media chatter was about the bands and crowds and $ rather than earth day 😉

      hope to catch ya’ll at dverse at this coming tue’s open link night, wed is Sheila and mine’s 32nd anniv, and i have a special post and poem and picture i wanna put up; figured i can tell you that here cause she doesn’t read the comment stuff on my posts, ha!

      thanks brian, take care

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  2. claudia says:

    that is a very cool pic…would love and sit under that tree for a bit and maybe write a poem or two…smiles..happy earth day to you

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