Sunday, September 3, 2017

Poetry Pantry # 369

                                     

Wickaninnish Beach 
Tofino, B.C.


The weather changes so quickly; this was taken
in the same hour!



Some of the Standing People
at Wickaninnish


Fog at Chestermans Beach



Fog in the harbour
in mid-afternoon



Twilight falls on the far hills


Lone Cone at twilight
Catface in the distance


Sunset over the harbour
on a summer evening



Happy Sunday, fellow poets! Mary is taking a well-deserved day off today, so I pulled out some recent photos of my beloved Tofino. The locals call the month of August "Fog-ust", as we get frequent fog, often in mid or late afternoon. I love it, as it keeps things from being too hot. And the sky shines even bluer when the mist lifts off.

I hope you checked out Rosemary's feature on Friday, The Living Dead: Selections from Sappho. A wonderful read! On Monday, we are featuring one of our newer members, Rob Jackson III. We hope you will stop by and make him feel welcome. And Susan's prompt at Midweek Motif this week will be Memories.  There should be some good responses to that prompt!

So let's dive in to the goodies in the Pantry!  Link up your poem, and do visit your fellow poets, in the spirit of reciprocity. Thank you so much for your faithful participation. We value each and every one of you. We wouldn't be here without you!




30 comments:

  1. Thanks for another wonderful Pantry

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    1. No end of photo opps in thisplace, my friend. I really should wear my camera as an accessory. Smiles.

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  3. Lovely photos Sherry. Such a beautiful place.

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  4. Good morning from a rainy Channel Island. Thanks for posting photos.

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  5. Such beautiful photographs, Sherry!💖

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  6. Thank you, Sherry, for presenting us with such a beautiful pantry this morning!

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  7. Wonderful photos - in the pantry this morning... thank you Sharry and surreal how you ask us to "dive in" when my poem is all about 'diving" into the surreal mist that surrounds much nowadays...

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  8. Good morning, kids. Wishing everyone a peaceful Sunday.

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  9. Thanks for today's photos, happy to walked throught opened pantry doors of September

    much love...

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  10. Love the views you are sharing... sorry for being late to the pantry... now starting to do my rounds.

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  11. Sherry, I hope it's alright to share my poem that doesn't quite fit any prompt here. Is that how the pantry works? for those shiftless, wayfarers like me? lol

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    1. Ah yes, you can share any poem you want in the pantry! It is an 'open link.'

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    2. Mary, I'm staying in a "no service" zone. have to drive an hour for wifi so I won't be able to read as much as I usually do
      ZQ

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    3. No worries, ZQ, always lovely to read you.

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    4. Absolutely, Angie, it is lovely to see you here in the Pantry. Do come again!

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    1. Off to see some more waves as we speak, kiddo. Smiles.

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  13. I love the first and last photos best. The trip from blues to reddish golds feels absolutely soothing.

    Happiest Sunday!

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  14. Such gorgeous photos! No wonder this place is so special to you.

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  15. The colours and moods of this place change on the hour......always something riveting to the eye..........I realize I need my camera to be ALWAYS with me, but usually it is not.

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  16. Wow, Sherry! Your photos are a poem!

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  17. Fantastic photos, Sherry. Breathtakingly beautiful!

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  18. Sherry - I love your photos. Especially the fog on Chesterman's Beach!!

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