Thursday, February 2, 2012

This Moment

"A single photo – no words – capturing a simple, special, extraordinary moment. A moment I want to pause, savor and remember."
“This Moment” is a ritual found on Life inspired by theWee Man adopted from SouleMama which was introduced to me by Sarah-Jane. If you find yourself touched by a Moment and would like to participate, post your picture on a Friday and leave your link in the comments section.


57 comments:

  1. The eye is the window of the soul . . .
    Stunning!
    Blessings ever and always!

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    1. Martha, indeed they are! Thanks!
      Have a blessed weekend!

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  2. "Blue eyes baby's got blue eyes" ~Elton John :)

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    1. David, "like a deep blue sea on a blue, blue day..."

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  3. Debra, this beautiful eye is what they should show art students when teaching them how to draw eyes! And look at those lashes! Lovely! :)

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    1. Bella, good idea! Gotta love those lashes! xoxox

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  4. Really wonderful and powerful picture! :O)

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  5. Beauty lies in the 'eye' of the beholder ...

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    1. Simply Me, and this eye is a beauty to me!

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  6. a beautiful photo capturing what it means to have vision... bless you dear debra.

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    1. Emily, yes, vision! And vision you have!

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  7. Wonderful capture. beautiful moment, beautiful eye. <3<3<3

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  8. Debra: Is this your first 'this moment'???

    lovely!!!

    my moment:
    http://www.dangerouslinda.com/?p=1762

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    1. Linda, it's the first in a long time;-) Thanks!

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  9. Beautiful eyes. They are indeed a window to our soul! Lovely moment.

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    1. Rimly,thank you. Have a grand weekend ~ hugs!

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  10. Stunning photo! You have beautiful eyes :)

    http://nelietatravellingadventures.blogspot.com/2012/02/moment-in-time.html

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    1. Thank you! I just went over to your place and saw what looks like the bread of life. But I couldn't leave a comment there because your site said my email was "invalid." Which it is not!

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  11. The eye is a window to many things. Whose eye is this one?

    Joy always,
    Susan

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    1. Susan, this is my daughter Abi's eye.
      ~ joy and peace to you

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  12. Oh wow, Debra. Love the color of those eyes. And they are speaking very loudly indeed!

    My Moment

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    1. Corinne, aren't they loud though ;-)
      I went over last night to see the image and quote by Jung on your alternate site, and tried to comment but it wouldn't let me:-( I can comment of on your other site, but not this one.
      ~ Have a joyful weekend!

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  13. Debra, that is a fascinating shade of blue! Is this your eye?

    http://allergiesandceliac.blogspot.com/2012/02/this-moment.html#more

    http://othersideofanna5.blogspot.com/2012/02/this-moment.html#more

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    1. Mary, I wish ;-)
      Oh, you have 2 sites now? Check you later...
      xoxox

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    1. Sulekkha, they are windows into a lovely soul.

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  15. Spooky eye....As always.....XOXOOXOXXO

    http://bongoisme.blogspot.com/2012/02/this-moment.html#axzz1kizU5WdH

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    1. Bongo, spooky only in the eye of the beholder ;-)
      Have a wonderful weekend and take care. xoxoxo

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  16. I have never been able to catch a really good eye picture like that. Nicely done!!

    ps... new fan here via the Friendship Friday blog hop!

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    1. Shari, thanks! And so lovely to meet you! Hope to be good bloggy friends! hugs!

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  17. This reminds me of the quote from Meister Eckhart: 'The eye through which I see God is the same eye through which God sees me'.

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    1. Jessica,I LOVE that quote by Meister Echart!
      ~ Have a great weekend! xoxox

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  18. What a stunning photo! Stoppping by from Friendship Friday!

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    1. Kylee, thanks! I'll be right over ;-)

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  19. What an expression! Inquisitive, open and full of life!

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    1. Melissa, that describes her perfectly!
      ~ Have a blessed weekend dear friend.

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  20. When I saw the picture I knew it had to be Abi's eye. She is such a beauty Debra!!

    Looks almost like a beautiful ocean ...

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    1. Debbie, yes, blue as an ocean...
      Hope you are well, dear soul.
      Have a joyful weekend!

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  21. Nice picture! I like that at first glance, it looks like just an eye, but looking deeper, there is much more detail in the clear shot - right down to the flecks of mascara.

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    1. Yona, are you an artist? Into the details;-)
      Have a wonderful weekend!

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  22. Wide eyed and believing :) Love this x

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    1. Sarah Jane, that's her;-)
      Likewise, I love Sam's expression in the restaurant. What is that expression?

      I posted this before I knew of your photography blog, so I'll leave a link back to you in the future;-)
      Have a great weekend!

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  23. 'In the dark time, the eye begins to see.' -Roethke-

    'Why does the eye see a thing more clearly in dreams than the imagination when awake? -Leonardo da Vinci-

    Your daughter has truly beautiful eyes Debra!

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    1. Jane, thank you! Now I have something to ponder this weekend, these powerful quotes you sent! Contemplating that first quote... and the 2nd, well, I think the eye sees more clearly in dreams because the ego is out of the way! You take care and have a restful weekend.

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    2. Jane, I just tweeted the da Vinci quote.

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  24. Hi Debra

    Thanks for joining us for Friendship Friday! I just came from Kylee's blog, where you mentioned in her comments that you were also interested in adding a RSS feed to your blog. I left her a link which details how to set up a Feedburner RSS Feed on a Blogger blog - I thought you might find it beneficial too:

    http://theedublogger.com/2010/01/26/setting-up-feedburner-rss-and-email-subscription-for-your-blog/

    You can also add an email subscription to your blog using Feedburner!

    Have a great weekend!

    Ramona
    http://create-with-joy.com

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    1. Paper Princess, thank you for stopping by and taking the time to leave these instructional links. I need all the help I can get! Hope you have a fantastic weekend!

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  25. Hello Debra.
    The eyes have a story all to themselves & often reveal what the lips cannot/refuse to speak.
    Nice eye.
    Lovely capture!
    Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Andy, eyes do reveal more than the lips ;-) Thanks!
      Have a wonderful weekend!

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  26. We could see the dreams reflecting in those eyes...vibrant and full of hope. Maybe one of this days, I'll try to paint this as a model...deserve to be immortalized.

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    1. Thank you! I'm now following the Art Lover group.

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  27. Great photo. I wish I could take photos like this.

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