Sunday, May 3, 2015

Poetry Pantry #250

British Columbia and Alberta, Canada
Photos by C.C.


 Columbia Valley, British Columbia. 
In the foreground of the photo, you can see the hoodoos.

Kootenay National Park in British Columbia.

Moraine Lake, Alberta.

Moraine Lake, Alberta.

Good day, Poets!

Really hard to believe this is Poetry Pantry #250, isn't it?  Thank you to all of you who join us weekly in our love of sharing Poetry. And thanks to C.C.  for the beautiful photos.

Remember to return as well on Monday.  Sherry has one of her very interesting 'chats' scheduled with a poet who usually participates in Poetry Pantry.  Smiles.  Stay tuned.  And, of course, return on Wednesday for Midweek Motif, where Susan will be prompting us to write about honoring our elders.

Hope you will leave a short comment below & also visit the links of others who post.  Enjoy your day, friends.  I look forward to reading what you share.




29 comments:

  1. Oh what glorious pictures, it looks like a good place to be.

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  2. Love that blue and turquoise touch everywhere in the scene..lovely photos CC...a Happy Sunday to you all :)

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  3. Amazing photographs, it would be so great to walk through those landscapes.

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  4. Good morning, everyone,

    Breathtaking images of my beautiful, native Canada, where I will be on Thursday! Yay!

    Have been busy preparing for my trip across the big pond, cleaning house, and finishing off lessons, and finally got a chance to sit down and write something late, (very late!), last night! Missed seeing everyone's contributions, and am off to catch up!

    Happy Sunday, and wishing all a fantastic week ahead.

    Poppy

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  5. Good Sunday morning-it has been warm and sunny here and I am loving it....of course it is gardening time so I will be around to read all the wonderful poetry between gardening...CC these are just gorgeous majestic shots....you have captured the beauty of the mountains perfectly!

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    1. Thank you, Donna.....the mountains are certainly majestic in their natural beauty!!

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  6. Hello everyone :D

    Hope you all are enjoying Sunday. Thanks CC for sharing such beautiful pictures.
    Posting my poem "Looking for a reason."
    Something which runs through everyone's mind atleast once in their lifetime :D

    Lots of love
    xoxo

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    1. You're welcome, Sanaa. Looking forward to reading your poem!

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    2. Thanks C.C
      Loved your poem! :D
      xoxo

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  7. This is one of my April poems that kind of got lost between so many other entries. It's written in an envelope rhyme.
    Thanks for reading,
    Kerry

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  8. what beauty thou bestow upon us mother earth. wherefore are the hearts that care little of this? heaven's eye looks down upon those that mal-treat this gift and shall repent in days to come.

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  9. Good morning again, Friends! Glad to see a busy pantry once again. My muse was a bit 'sleepy' this week, so I shared a poem I wrote for my prompt over at dVerse earlier in the week. Thanks, poets, for your poetic gifts today!

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  10. Wonderful photos to wake up to! Hope you all have a nice and sunny Sunday!

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  11. Good Morning! I hope everyone is having a great day, I will be around to read all the wonderful poetry.

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  12. Breathtakingly beautiful! All the pictures are amazing!

    Wishing everyone a very good day... :-)

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  13. Exquisite photographs --- I will be back later today to read and to comment - I had not even planned on posting today after the month long April challenge - and a separate page I had some fun with ... nevertheless this poem just appeared from a handful of "wordle" words and wanted to share ... Enjoy the day... Happy May to all :)

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  14. Your muse will awaken soon. I'm certain. Love the pictures and I'm sure I'll enjoy reading all the wonderful poetry. Have a peaceful Sunday.

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  15. My poem for today is a little bit dark....a little contrast to the bright, cheery pictures :-)

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  16. Happy Sunday!

    please don't feel that you need to read more than the first poem in my post ~ i just thought it would be nice to post something new for a change.

    and don't worry about leaving a comment, either ~ you'd have to scroll a long way down!

    thanks to anyone who visits.

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  17. I have limited access to my computer all this week, kids, so am already woefully behind. I will, however, catch up as best I can. Here I am starting the Pantry at one in the afternoon, and my time is already behind everyone else's considerably......CC, the photos are BEAUTIFUL. Lovely scenery. Sigh.......okay, diving in, huffing and puffing......

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  18. Sherry no need to apologize - it happens.
    I'm sharing a handful of sand, a dance with the waves, a butterfly...
    C.C., the shots are gorgeous thank you!!!

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  19. Yes CC these photos are amazing--almost look like they are paintings. I am trying to get back into writing again after about three weeks traveling and the closure of Poetry Jam. Finding new places to hang out and I see lots of familiar names here. I will visit as many as I can.

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  20. I'm looking forward to making the rounds, this evening and tomorrow.

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  21. Gorgeous photos, C.C.!! I hope everyone's enjoyed their Sunday today. I'll most likely be making most of my rounds tomorrow. Going to be spending the rest of the evening with my hubby :)

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  22. Mary,

    I've made it just before the shuttters close on The Pantry for another week!! I ran out of time on Sunday and had to defer my offering until Monday morning!
    Lovely Canadian photographs from CC..
    Happy May Month,
    Eileen

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  23. What great offerings at the Pantry this week. Thanks to all of you for your poems, your comments here, and your visits to other poets! See you in the Pantry next week!

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