Sunday, May 18, 2014

Reflection....


It's puddle season.
Puddles turn the world upside down.
Reflections {and reflection} change our perspective.
Our minds open up, spread their wings....
....there's realy no stopping curiosity.


The more we look,
study,
watch and observe,
the more ripples and wrinkles we see.
The surface breaks, and reflections fade.


Sometimes we try and return things to just exactly
how they were before time wrinkled all...

And though, in some ways, things remain the same,
the world keeps spinning,
and there's not time to waste!

So,
let's turn the whole world upside down!
And find the things they say just can't be found!
And share the love we find with everyone!
And sing and dance to Mother Nature's song!


{Inspired by Jack Johnson's "Upside Down"} 


Linking up with Song-ography and Simple Things Sunday

19 comments:

  1. All so very beautiful

    Mollyxxx

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  2. Very nice! I love the first one!

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  3. I totally had this in mind for my shot this week...but as you know - life intervened...

    But oh yes - New England puddle season!!

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  4. Puddle are definitely spring! I love how you remind us that they turn our view upside down! That is so cool!

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  5. Oh yes, puddles are spring indeed! :-)

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  6. A great interpretation, I like it very much.

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  7. What a lovely reflection of our world. I agree sometimes the reflections fade and the world keeps turning but there is still beauty to be found. I enjoyed your presentation very much.

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  8. these are great adrienne!! you have such a creative way of interpretating these songs/prompts!!

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  9. Adrienne, you have a way of capturing the mundane and making it shine.

    Come see my Friday TOP post?

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  10. These are great - love puddle pictures and these are superb.

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  11. Love your puddle pictures - especially the top one.

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  12. "puddle Season"...could possibly be longer than any other season!thanks for joining in at Song-ography.

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  13. I love the term "puddle season". It took having my boys jumping in endless puddles for me to finally appreciate the "season".

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  14. You do have lots of puddles, it looks potentially very messy.

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  15. Leave it to you to make those muddy puddles look beautiful!

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