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Saturday, May 3, 2014

Songography - Morning Has Broken

I am also participating in SCAVENGER HUNT SUNDAY so you can click on that link to be taken to that post.


Welcome to this weeks edition of SONGOGRAPHY hosted by Kathy (You'll Shoot Your Eye Out.) 

This weeks song:  Morning Has Broken by Cat Stevens.  I've always liked this song so I knew that I had to participate this week.  Here is what I came up with.


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21 comments:

  1. Beautiful images. I really love the light in all of them!

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  2. Ijust tried to listen to this on youtube and everything plays but not this song, i tried 5 different ones and none will play. this is beautiful

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  3. Perfect images for this song. Beautiful!

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  4. wow - just lovely. Really love that first shot - the composition with the addition of the quote seems to capture the feel of the song for me!

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  5. Love the drops on the leaves and the sun shining through the lilac.Wonderful pictures.

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  6. THese are some lovely photos, Ida. Love the bokeh and I am a sucker for sun rays. Are those really lilacs? Already? Nice.

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  7. These are absolutely stunning and perfect for this song! The bird, just what a shot!

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  8. Beautiful photos! Great shot of the blackbird!

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  9. I love Cat Stevens, and this Easter hymn. Beautiful take on this song. Well done.

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  10. What beautiful photos with the song's words. Have a great week Ida

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  11. I love how the bird is perched on that ever so small stem! Lovely, Ida!

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  12. Beautiful glistening of dew drops on the blades of grass. Great capture. Thank you for joining in at Song-ography. Glad the song inspired you :)

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  13. Glorious photos, Ida! I love this idea of the song in photo.

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  14. This is one of my favorite songs ever and I love how you illustrated it! I have the words going on in my head now (ear-worm) but that's OK because they are so lovely.

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  15. What a beautiful cards you show here.
    The lyrics on it are also very beautiful matching :-)
    Greetings, Helma

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  16. Nice photos, delicateness, wonderful flowers! Really beautiful colors!

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  17. WoW Ida, this is perfectly beautiful!!

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  18. Beautiful captures! I especially love that last one with the sun through the lilacs.

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