Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Captured Moments


Life is made up of Captured Moments. 

Those special moments that stand against the sands of time. 

Maybe remembered at the end of the day,

Or maybe for a lifetime. 


Over a lifetime we gather the threads of these special moments in time. 

The good and the bad. 

And sometimes the truly awful.

We all know those moments. 


The ones that are hard to forget. 

But to weave a beautiful life,

you must intertwine all of these experiences, 

choosing your colors wisely. 


For the colors you choose 

determines the beauty of the tapestry of your life. 


Sometimes we don't put enough emphasis on the colors that please us the most. 


Our Captured Moments are recalled in somber colors. 

When you start to think of your life as a tapestry of Captured Moments - 

Those come to the forefront rather quickly. 

They have a beauty of their own. 


These are the times in your life that are colored in somber hues.

Life is not always bright and happy sunrises. 

You weave with what you've got -

earthy, somber, quiet colors. 


But if you look upwards, soon you can see the colors change. 

Having gratitude for all of life's experiences, 

no matter how somber, 

and all that you learn, 

lift's your spirits once more.


Soon you are once again noticing the sky, the sunrise, 

and finding those joyful colors once more. 


And as you weave your way through life's tapestry,

you can seek out those Captured Moments of joyful colors

to rise above the somber hues,

creating your very own beautiful work of art. 

21 comments:

  1. I love these pictures! :) and the thoughts that you shared.

    Have a blessed day!

    Blessing,
    Delvalina

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  2. What a lovely post! The words and photos go together so well. The good and bad things that happen make us who we are!

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  3. Oh, Karen...what a beautiful post today. And your photographs are incredible. xx

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  4. What a Beautiful heart warming post.. Fabulous photographs... Hugs May x x x

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  5. You choose the most perfect pictures to accompany your posts. What mountain is that?

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    1. Thanks, Keith. This is Mt. Rainier in WA State. xx

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  6. Oh this is truly beautiful it makes you think and reflect back on what colours you have seen in your lifetime and how those same colours seem to fade leaving room for brighter colours in that tapestry of life. Beautiful thought provoking piece. B

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  7. I forgot to say the photos are incredible I was stuck on the colours in my head and forgot what I was saying. B

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  8. Dearest Karen,
    What a beautiful poetry by words and images...
    It is so true though! There are many somber hues in the tapestry of our lives.
    Hugs to you and thanks for sharing your beautiful soul with us!
    Mariette

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  9. Karen, great thoughts and beautiful photos. I liked how it all went together. Hugs and thanks for visiting my blog!

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  10. Gorgeous photos and lovely words, Karen! They all fit together so well to weave a beautiful tapestry.

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  11. Wow!! This was just a complete work of art...both the photos and your wonderful prose. You are so gifted!!

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  12. Beautifu photo's! I can't believe how stunning they are!! I loved your truck story. We had a 1960's chevy that my parents bought from my grandparents. It was seafoam green. I was so embarrassed by it, I would make my parents drop me off around the block. I would kill to have that truck now!!

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  13. wow!! your words and photos are beautiful!
    I love the beauty!!

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  14. The skies are so beautiful - heavenly!

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  15. I sometimes forget that life comes in many colors, Karen. Thanks for reminding me that I am the weaver of my own tapestry. <3

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  16. wonderful words.. beautiful carved out among some fantastic pictures..

    good one..

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  17. Hi Karen,

    Your photos are stunning! I wish my camera took pictures like that. Simply breathtaking!

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  18. Gorgeous serie...
    Best regards from France,

    Pierre

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