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All the Way Home

Wanda knew it was a jungle out there.....
and was thankful to have her 
faithful guide,
whom she could trust
to lead her all the way home....
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“The intuitive mind is a sacred gift 
and the rational mind is a faithful servant. 
We have created a society that honors the servant 
and has forgotten the gift.”
 Albert Einstein
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Linking with Rebecca
for
Postcards from Paradise
Recuerda mi Corazon

BTW  For those who have asked and are interested in how I create these images
           from photographs I will make a tutorial at a later date.

Comments

Fantastic photos and lovely words ~ so much here ~ another piece of Paradise ~ ~ thanks, ^_^
(A Creative Harbor)
joanne said…
Unusual and lovely.....Wanda must be in paradise...
rebecca said…
may the long time sun shine upon you and the inner light of your beautiful soul guide you all the way home!
i adore you.
Miss Robyn said…
the sparkling sun is just what I need.. some magickal sun for rainy days here in my part of the world xo
Monica said…
popping in to say have fun in wales!!!
never been and we're considering visiting later this year.
hope the sun peeks out for ya.
Rachel said…
I look forward to the tutorial, I enjoyed your pictures and Einsteins quote! Have a blessed week!
Irene Rafael said…
let's remember the gift! your images are stunning! i also look forward to a tutorial. enjoy your week.
Absurd Grace said…
I love these pictures. So beautiful!

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