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23 July 2006

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Britt-Arnhild

And part of this secret is giving yourself the time to see beaty. Another heartfelt thank from the deepest of my heart Corey for your photo and words.

AnnieElf

What beautiful color Corey. Did you edit this? Just gorgeous.

Lee

So very true. Thank you for the reminder!

Paris Parfait

Corey, the photo and your words are gorgeous! A timely reminder that we must enjoy every moment NOW, not fret about tomorrow.

MARYBETH

((COREY))
what a fabulous photo. I have seen many sun flowers, but not in this stage. oh i must go gaze upon it again.
Namaste,
MB

louise

Hi Corey,
Lovely words and photo, so very true.
Cheers,
Louise

gracia

That's an amazing photo... such beautiful colour... wonderful!
take care, gracia

diana

so true... thank you for the reminder... wonderful picture for wonderful words.

Penny

However did you do that? Catching that sunflower at just the right time (oh and knowing sunflowers did you stand on a ladder to capture this moment in time?).

Dawn

Perfect...

susan

corey,
this is a beautiful image perfectly paired with your words. What a lovely gift to receive on a Sunday morning.

cruststation

Tha Sunflower is beautiful, I've never seen one unfolding before how amazing! Love your words for today 'not stealing the beauty of tomorrow by robbing today'...so often we get caught up in worrying about tomorrow when today is being neglected.

naturegirl

Corey a most amazing photo!
How did you get that blue cast to this photo! Great
capture and the prose thought provoking!

ParisBreakfasts

I've never seen a sunflower that looked like that! Amazing

Lisa

what a great photo, so beautiful.
"The secret is not stealing the beauty of tomorrow by robbing today", love this line.

candy

I love this photograph! That one single petal opened up with the hope and potential of others to follow knowing the end result will be full blown beauty and yet enjoying the beauty of the one - fascinating. Thank you for sharing this.

Marilyn

Gorgeous photo...and I love your take on "thief." :)

PROLIX

congrats!

I saw your prolile, & I'm a french girl, who speaks english to find a job into american scrapbooking.

& all of your compatriots help me a lot!

& as my granny came from a foreign country to marry my grandpa in France, I know how it could be difficult to be between 2 countries & 2 cultures.

have a good day!

beautiful blog!

Mardougrrl

So, so beautiful...thank you for this!

Connie

As always such a lovely photo. You can't rush beauty.

Hugs,
Connie

Star

This reminds me of the story of the child who tried to "help" a butterfly unfold and dry off and it died as a result. Nature can't be rushed. Thank you for the beautiful photo and words.

The Scented Salamander

An amazing picture! Your pictures are beautiful and amazing in general. I really hope you'll publish a book of poetry and pictures someday.

Rebekah

This is a wonderful photo, because it is an aluring curiosity until you realize what it depicts, and then it is filled with charm! Great thought on the theme!

susanna

Terrific photo, Corey, and your words fit so perfectly with it. I've never seen a sunflower look like this, either. Interesting.

letha sandison

What a beautiful photo!! I love your spin of the topic, it is a great reminder!

cat

Awesome & true.

madeleine

fantastic picture. Apt words. A great reminder of the importance of each tiny moment irrespective of how small it may seemingly be.
:)

Kerstin

Trust you, Corey, to say so much with so few words. Beautiful, touching and very true - the photo as well as the words.

jzr

Beautifully said and photographed. Thanks for making this day brighter.

amber

This may be one of my favorite posts of yours so far! Those words are perfect. Just perfect. They should be on a greeting card, or something.

:)

herhimnbryn

"unfolding". Now there's a word to stay with me all day.
Thankyou C.

susan@artstream

what a moment in time to capture so beautifully...
thank you !
xo
susan

swampgrrl

hi corey.
a succulent photo...of possibilities, of patience, of the pay-off!

Jenny

sweet Corey...thank you for these words and gorgeous sunflower. A flower that opens to the light and follows the sun's track across the sky. I needed this reminder today. Bless You!

snowsparkle

this image, these words are captivating.... i can't stop looking at them! you have such a strong connection wit what matters in this life. thanks for bringing it into the foreground with such stunning beauty.

mary ann

"carpe diem" is what came to mind...

simple, yet powerful post. thank you for sharing corey!

:) mary ann xo

Catalina

Sooooooooooo wise! I guess I am going to copy that and have it in front of me all day.....:)
The picture is gorgeous!

expatraveler

how beautiful! I love it.

Josephine

Oh my...I've rarely seen something so splendidly beautiful...

Verity

Oh WOW! I love the photo and the quote. I am growing sunflowers at the moment and am waiting patiently for them to blossom.

jennifer

beautiful words, wonderful reminder. I love how you do that. Love the sunflower.

simple me

Stunning image and words...

mad

Perfect! Thank you for the reminder...

judypatooote

I've never seen a sunflower in that phase... and it looks like it is sticking it's tongue out at you......lol Beautiful!

bobbie

This is such an incredible image!

olivia

What a wonderful photo!

puget4

When I saw you write to Olivia, I wanted to come and see your blog. It's wonderful in so many dimensions. This photo of the sunflower is simply beautiful.

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