Moments : Affluent


Precious Gold
haiku friday & one single impression

You can't put a price,
on knowledge that comes with age.
More precious than gold.

Mini Fall



Thank you for the very thoughtful comments on my previous post,
I really appreciate each and every one of them.
I hope you all have a terrific weekend!
And hope you like the fall color :)

35 comments:

  1. Very well said!

    I love your 'Ku!

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  2. Thoughtful haiku and perfect shots.
    Have a great weekend, WW.

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  3. wow! what a beautiful capture!

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  4. So true! Thanks for sharing this with OSI!

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  5. too bad that when we're young we don't realize the wisdom of those more experienced!!

    great 'ku

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  6. The autumn colours provide a beautiful backdrop to the waterfall. Nice comment about knowledge.

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  7. this made me smile~ I feel so old some days ...but yet so young

    your maple image is lovely

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  8. The waterfall is spectacular. Got me wanting to venture to our local waterfall hotspot, Ricketts Glen. Hmmm, might be fun tomorrow... Thanks's for the motivation.

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  9. Your pictures are beautiful and I love the haiku too, simply stated and fantastic!

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  10. what lovely photos! I love your haiku's message. Hindsight is 20/20.

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  11. Color is popping everywhere you turn up here in Chicago. Have a great weekend, too!

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  12. not too many red leaves around you!! your photos are breathtaking. i love them.

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  13. Nice, serene shots! I'm really attracted to the bokeh in the first shot... great play with light.

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  14. Have a great weekend you too, my dear!

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  15. I love the light in those.

    Happy weekending. :)

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  16. Certainly true. Great photos, what is that tree in the top one?

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  17. I need more and more of such gold as i grow older. Thank you for this excellent truth!

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  18. Of course, beautiful haiku and beautiful photography, I expect nothing less. Do I sound like a teacher? I fall into that habit way too easily. I do enjoy what you write each week though. You are very gifted with a haiku.

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  19. Thanks for these two lovely images with ‘fall foliage’ … I enjoyed you haiku and hope YOU have a wonderful weekend too ;--)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  20. Knowledge is
    the accumulation of life.

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  21. well said

    and wow - I love that waterfall shot - the colors, and the silkiness of the waterfall, just gorgeous

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  22. you are so true to your own creative process.. i like your haiku fridays. and this one in particular is a comfort to me. haiku doesn't often offer comfort really.. more like perplexing questions that are unanswerable. that is a lovely water image jessica.

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  23. Your pics just convinced me to get off my lazy ass and go for a walk outside before it gets dark.

    Thank you.

    Jay

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  24. Wonderful capture and wise words; it doesn't get any better. Thank you.

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  25. Those are beautiful shots and I love the words too.

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  26. Those fall photos are a perfect way to always remember what autumn looks like!!

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  27. Oh my gosh - these are gorgeous! I have yet to make a waterfall look like that!

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  28. wow. I LOVE THIS TOO. You are just damn good. A great photographer- but you can also capture something lovely with your words, as well. bravo.

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  29. Dear Wayfaring Wanderer,

    What a beautiful blog I see, and so much to appreciate here. You've captured it all, the beauty of fall. =)

    Thanks for dropping by, I'll see you again. Have a nice day!

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