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Haiku my Heart #21 Fine Focus

Law of Attraction...
careful what you focus on,
for you will attract!
Well I had to get that 
upside-down shot!


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Comments

Spadoman said…
If you hadn't mentioned it, I never would have looked deeply enough. I focused only on the beautiful yellow blossoms, never real;izing they could be hanging and nbot standing. That's my lesson for today. Thanks. You certainly are a wonderful photographer. So many talented people here in blogland. And thabnks for your kind words.

Peace to you and all you hold dear
Kim Mailhot said…
Gorgeous Yellow Upside Down Treats !
Happy Friday, Sue !
Stephanie said…
so vibrant!! both in the sky and on you!
Ramesh Sood said…
somethings are beautiful..doesn't matter how they are placed.. upside down or otherwise..very beautiful..thanks..
Meri said…
If you're going to San Francisco, be sure to wear some flowers in your hair.......
Noelle Renee said…
I think that those luscious, yellow blossoms are attracted to the "I" behind that camera. She is such a lovely and gentle soul, as full of life as the flowers she photographs
Xoxo,
Noelle
Kimmie said…
Looks like a forsythia lollipop :)
Grammy said…
I agree that is beautiful no matter how it is shot. : ) Have a wonderful week.
Got it, Sue! ...by looking at the ends of the stalks..forsythia upsidedown! wha a beautiful cluster of yellow petals! We have only buds on ours now, but if I cut some stalks and put them in water, they would bloom! Your haiku is so true! It reminds me of mankind's battle between anger and negativity v. joy, peace, love, and positivity. Which one wins? The one you feed.
pieceofpie said…
ohhh that is so very very engaging... i don't know what i love the most the beauty of the yellow in perfect bloom or the soft subtle flower gracing your hair... both are caught in perfection... that is an awesome post filled with lotsa heart...
Kat Sloma said…
LOL! I love your haiku and how your camera was attracted to you. :)
rebecca said…
i love your new background!

i think i am the only one upside down...working to catch up on all i missed here in blogland while away.

i love you sue and missed you so much.
lovely haiku..fun, bright and delightful...
just like you!

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