Photos of Tonga
by Marja Blom
|Fale - Traditional Tongan Houses|
|Wave Blowholes Once More|
Greetings, Friends. And a happy Sunday to you. Once again we are sharing some photos taken by Marja Blom. This time they are of Tonga. Thanks, Marja. Really looks like a beautiful place to visit. And, by the way, we will be able to enjoy more of Marja's photos over the next weeks, here in the Pantry. Stay tuned!
We had another good week at Poets United. Sherry started our week off with her wonderful conversation with Susan Chast about the workshop she attended with Marge Piercy. And what a chat it was. If you haven't read this chat, please scroll back. There were so many wonderful responses to Susan's Midweek Motif prompt - Flood. And, if you haven't read Rosemary's I Wish I'd Written This post about poet Judith Crispin's poem "Claire de Lune."
Next Monday Sherry is featuring three wonderful poems of the week by three poets we all will recognize. Smiles. And Wednesday Sumana is prompting us to write about "Nature: Her Words."
With no further delay, let's share poetry. Link your poem below. Stop in and say hello in comments. Visit the poems of other people who link. Come back a few times to check on the new people who link. See you all on the trail!
Good morning all, looking forward to reading later. Thank you for opening today's pantry.ReplyDelete
Oh! and fine photos too, so thanks for posting them. Love the colours in the seascapes.Delete
Good morning... wonderful weather today so I will be outside for a while. Be back later to read.ReplyDelete
Welcome back, Bjorn!!Delete
Thanks for another pantry - happy Sunday to allReplyDelete
Hope you're having a wonderful day so far💘 sharing my poem 'Of love and uncomplicated things' thank you Mary for hosting yet another gorgeous pantry and Marja for such breathtaking pictures!💘
Lots of love,
Fabulous pictures especially the waves....hoping all have a wonderful Sunday filled with joy! Will be around to read later as the veg garden is calling me to harvest and weed for a while this morning.ReplyDelete
good heavens how exotic is this Sunday's pantry. Will slowly make my way to poets with a broken arm nowReplyDelete
Oh no, a broken arm! Hope it heals quickly.Delete
Oh no, I hope it isnt your writing arm! Mend well. Meanwhile you now have a good excuse to rest, not do housework, and be served your meals. (I know, we live in hope!)Delete
Nice to see such an active pantry this beautiful summer day.ReplyDelete
I want to be on that beach!ReplyDelete
Apologies everyone that I am slow to start reading this time due to other commitments, but will catch up soon. Hope you have all been having a lovely weekend.ReplyDelete
Wishing everyone a Sunday Hi! Wow, I've never seen beach blow holes before. It might be scary to be caught in one!ReplyDelete
Beautiful pictures looking out the pantry window. Will be back for delightful reading.ReplyDelete
Thanks for another day of open doors to this Pantry. Luv the photos, those wave blow hoes are amazingReplyDelete
Hi kids, one more trip through the mountains and I am safely home. Whew. I will be catching up online through the day. Heading out soon to make sure the beach is still there! Happy Sunday everyone. Marja, your photos are spectacular. What a GORGEOUS place Tonga is. WOW! Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
Love those pictures. Thank for another chance to support our friends.ReplyDelete