Sunday, June 28, 2015

DRIFTWOOD & CLOVER


Focused as usual along my trail 
now covered in clover
 sprinkled in daisies!


Follow me and I will show you 
my find,
my discovery!


First a FULL 90 degree downward SNIFF!


as completely all intoxicating


as even a simple group of stones
with a mini-palm tree
(at least in my Doodle mind, it is!)


Ron's arm was a bit wonky as he clicked me here.


OK, what is that over there,
all alone by itself?


Oh a silver white tree stump surviving the storms / gales / floods
so relentless in these parts.


But as I have always said,
"Find your clover and you'll find your happy place"


so enjoy a wee bit of happiness with this remix!

♫♪♫•*¨*•.¸¸♥ ¸¸.•*¨*•♫♫♪

20 comments:

  1. Beautiful meadow with lots of interesting sniffs for you Sophie. Perfect :)

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    1. Looking forward to my daily return ~ I'm sure there is something that needs a good inhale!

      Winks!

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  2. The old piece of wood is very beautiful - almost architectural. Liking the group of rocks in the sand too. Sophie in her element as always and looking serenely happy!

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    1. Discovering driftwood is always a moment of awe ~ gazing at the lines / colours / size / imagining animals etc.

      Sophie would prefer to sniff and I would prefer to click the camera!

      Ron

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  3. Great photos, beautiful Sophie finding beauty everywhere
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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    1. Hi Ho!

      I guess that is what my SNIFFER is for ~ SEEK & SEARCH MISSIONS for nature's BEAUTY!!

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  4. You have a lovely artistic sense Soph. That driftwood is lovely.

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    1. I must find some more driftwood now that the rains have ended!

      I'll put on my face now ~ "Let's Go Out Face" ~ It always works!

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    1. The sea grass is extra special prolific this year along with all shrubs / trees / flowers ~~ super abundant!

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  6. I love this reggae version. You've got me dancing.

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    1. So glad you enjoy this version Mitch!

      Dance on!

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  7. First like the new header,
    Secondly, like the look of the driftwood nice find
    Thirdly great photos as per usual

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    1. Fourthly ~~~ Thank You so very much!!

      WINKS!

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  8. Beautiful photos. What an interesting piece of driftwood.

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    1. I guess I better go DRIFTWOODHUNTIN' soon!

      I love ♥ finding these beauties too!!

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  9. What a fun post! Beautiful photographs and a wonderful tune to tap my foot to. I'd snap my fingers but I need them to type :)

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    1. OK then, snap dem toes of yours, Marfa!

      I used to LICK everyone's toes when I was a youngin'!!

      Shhhh, don't tell anyone!!

      Winkers from the DOODLE!!

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  10. Oh Sophie,,,,, a tour through your world is wonderful!
    love
    tweedles

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    1. ~~~ just meandering along and hoping you feel good inside TWEEDLES!!!!

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This 'DOODLE' is looking forward to your comment....don't be shy...all I do is SNIFF & LICK!