Pilgrim


A pilgrim is someone who undertakes a journey
and discovers
the depths of his own soul along the way.




Continuing the study of words and images that seem to fit with my personal interpretation
and way of seeing things.

This spring scene taken not far from where I live
is uplifting to all those who are still experiencing snow flurries
like we are here!


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  1. Lovely greens you captured here. So looking forward to Spring.

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    1. We are all so looking forward to those fresh greens again, aren't we?!

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  2. What a lovely, evocative image.

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    1. It just makes us want to be there, doesn't it? Well, just a little bit more patience until the snow flurries have worn themselves out!

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  3. Aren't Spring colors just the best? Of course we say that about Fall also but love the spring green. A beautiful trail to walk Sandra and love the quote that goes so well with this. Have a wonderful weekend.

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    1. Well, spring and autumn are really my favourite seasons.

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  4. "A pilgrim is someone who undertakes a journey
    and discovers
    the depths of his own soul along the way."

    Beautiful!

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  5. That green makes me so happy! Looks like an inspiring place to walk!
    Kate :}

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    1. Green is the colour of hope and renewal - it certainly makes us want to be there and soak it all in!

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  6. I love that path, and perfect words to go with it.

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  7. So green and inviting, Sandra. I would like to explore that path and see where it leads. We continue in a melt/freeze cycle and no big snow storms. However, no green!

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    1. We are getting choppy days here also, neither spring nor winter know if they're coming or going!

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  8. Oh, I do love all these greens, Sandra.
    Especially since it is still very cold and colorless here.
    We're in for some nicer weather next week though!
    Have a wonderful weekend.

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    1. I think we all needed a little spring green... March is such a fickle month!

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  9. Basking in the beautiful greens of this image and dreaming of Spring.... We keep flopping from warm and lovely to snow and cold. The weather has been a bit on the crazy side!
    Happy day to you, Sandra!!!

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    1. Crazy up and down weather here too, Anna. Winter and spring are undecided as each one rises and falls and repeats the performance again and again!

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  10. You know this is one of my favorite venues for being! I am enjoying being a pilgrim in our spring weather here! Every day has a new offering!

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    1. I believe we share the same kind of places in which we like to walk!

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  11. Gorgeous spring greens! I love the lighter shades of green in the spring! Great words and beautiful image to go with it!

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    1. We can hardly wait for those fresh greens of spring, can we? I agree.

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  12. We are getting a taste of spring, though we expect more winter weather later in March. Love the pilgrim thought expressed under the photo!

    Thank you, Sandra for visiting my quietcoutryhouse.blogspot.com. So nice to meet you. I will be back. Your photos and narratives are lovely!

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    1. Welcome, Marcie! Our spring is also alternating with real winter weather. It does seem to be doing the same in lots of countries this year. Even the yellow forsythia is too scared to come out and bloom right now!

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  13. so very lovely and inviting is this image
    you have a wonderful way with words, a unique way too
    i enjoy both, your images and words

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  14. Those beautiful greens just draw you into the scene -- how lovely to walk down that path. I hope you will be able to do that soon! We are having an early Spring, but now a river of rain is pelting all the blossoms....I can't complain, as we do need the water.

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