Here is an extraordinary composite photograph of the earth from Peter Wagner Photography.
It is hard to believe that all the knowledge we possess as people, the scientific breakthroughs, milestones and heroes and heroins all lived here…and still do!!

Paulette Le Pore Motzko

Peter Wagner is my name

Planet CT187 WEB

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Ocean View of Norway

It is for views like this one that keeps me wanting to earn more money to stay relatively close to the beach in southern CA.

Paulette Le Pore Motzko
PhotosThatInspireWords.wordpress.com

Views of Norway

By medjibovski on Instagram with #visitnorway http://instagr.am/p/WNuOqCHH0F/ miss summer..

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In Wiley’s Wisdom he has his dog pictured with a concept that means a lot to him “simplicity”. What means a lot to you? Do you have a favorite pet you want to photograph in a new and inventive way that shows your personal style and your love of your pet?

Paulette Le Pore Motzko
http://www.PhotosThatInspireWords.wordpress.com

Wiley's Wisdom

I find joy in odd things. Among the oddities that entice my innermost insights are simple complexities. Contradictions that meet the eye but test the mind.

Less is more, for example. Less can’t literally be more, and yet is in so many cases. Or, as one of my most favorite artists Leonardo Da Vinci said “simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”

So I shall take a canvas from Da Vinci and keep this short and sweet (like me). Lately, I have found joy in accepting several blogging awards from some of my friends in the blogosphere I have come to respect. This utmost honor might seem small to some, but not to me.

My sincerest of gratitude to:

Leisa at http://tarotalchemist.wordpress.com/2013/02/19/reality-award/

Ms. Seeker at http://theseeker57.wordpress.com/2013/02/17/the-nominees-are-drum-roll-please/

Loneshewolf at http://theloneshewolf.wordpress.com/

Acceptance of each of these awards involves its own set of rules, which I have outlined below.

In response to Leisa for the…

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Thanks to Not In India you can walk down the Mediterranean shore in these fabulous photos….

Paulette Le Pore Motzko
PhotosThatInspireWords.wordpress.com

Not In India

Sun Salutations-Mediterranean Shore on a Wintry Day

A couple of days ago the sun was shining brilliantly as it does very often here in the winter months in Israel.  Despite low temperatures, the Mediterranean sun is always a joy.  A bad storm was predicted and expected to last for most of the week, so I decided to take advantage of the weather and went down to the shore to walk and do some yoga.  It was glorious, until the storm clouds began to roll in.

Here is a story in pictures of the few hours I spent there.

On the way up the beach, to the North, the wind was at my back I barely felt the effort of walking the couple of kilometers.  As the clouds started to thicken I decided to head back.

Although there was a brisk wind in my face on the way back making the…

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Looking Upward at the Fall Leaves with Jay Photography

The fall colors are more apparent in some states than others. Here in CA you don’t see sights like this one. What is your favorite season and why?

Jay Photography did a nice job of making you realize the joy of the fall season.

Paulette Le Pore Motzko
February 19th, 2013

Describe Yourself in Words & Pictures in the Guest Book on “Cooking Up a Storm All Over The World!”

Describe Yourself in Words & Pictures in the Guest Book on “Cooking Up a Storm All Over The World!”.

via Describe Yourself in Words & Pictures in the Guest Book on “Cooking Up a Storm All Over The World!”.

From My Poetic Path to You My Readers on Totally Inspired Mind. I hope you enjoy this.

Paulette Motzko

My Poetic Path

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“Life is a mystery to be lived, not a problem to be solved.”

Zen saying

I love this quote!

So true, how our perceptions of each day and every experience can make all the difference.

Speaking of mysteries, is there anything more amazing than the wonder of the first flowersof spring?

I’m a big tulip fan! I love to see the “new arrivals” each spring.

For now, here’s one from the photo file. 🙂

Happy Weekend!

PS: I am testing the waters with a new blog idea (yes, just what I need, another blog) 😉 this would be a weekly prompt blog.

Stop by Woven Dreams Prompts if you’d like to know more!  

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