Wednesday, 14 May 2014

Treasure this Day

Logan doing some mini-cave exploration on his 2 mile canyon hike with daddy. Pretty much hiked the whole bit!#GrandHorseshoe #ProudDad — with Ahram Seo Ouellette.

All photographs courtesy of my Son and his Family  X0X0

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(¸.•´*(¸.•´*(.¸. •*Sending you a smile and wishes for a new day ahead that brings a bit of joy, comfort and scent of flowers . 
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1 Heirloom Pineapple Tomato
olive oil to taste
coarse salt to taste
garnish with a sprig of basil
Slice tomato into 1/3 inch slices. Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle with coarse salt. Garnish and serve.
Recipe from above link thank you 

I want to try and get some of the pineapple tomatoes
and the black ones

As seen on facebook

The tree with what is likely the largest diameter is El Arbol del Tule, an Ahuehuete or Montezuma Cypress growing in Oaxaca, Mexico in the town of Santa Maria del Tule. The trunk of the tree is 33 feet in diameter and has a circumference of 178 feet. Originally thought to be multiple trees that had grown and fused together, DNA tests have shown that it is actually all one tree. 

“If in our daily life we can smile, if we can be peaceful and happy, not only we, but everyone will profit from it. This is the most basic kind of peace work.” 
~Thich Nhat Hanh

'Fire rainbows'.

The rainbow effect is created when tiny ice crystals in the water vapour of clouds reflect the sunlight at the exact right angle. The sight is rare and has only ever been photographed a couple of times.

Images: (L) Ken Rotberg (R) UC Santa Barbara Geography, via ScienceAlert.

There are many ways to reach God; I have chosen dance and music as my path.
Source of this quote unknown to me

One Crocus...

One Robin...

One Bee...







~Joan Walsh Anglund

Oh of Pleasure
Ray Lynch

Beautiful lady and fashilons

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