Custody Of The Eyes

Too often the weight that anchors our feet crushes the very things we need to lift us off the ground. If the custody of ones eyes lifted the soul to meditate on the miracle of creation there in the dirt, then we might fly.


*This post was originally hosted on another blogging platform (MSN Space to MSN Live and finally WordPress). When the content was transferred the media files were lost. I’ve chosen to add new photos rather than delete the posts. I try to match any updated content to previously posted comments. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t so the comments can seem to be out of context but I don’t want to delete any of them as they are a part of my blogging history.

11 thoughts on “Custody Of The Eyes

  1. Wow, thanks for your wonderful, and prompt comments. You\’re really thorough! I aim to please.
    You\’re welcome back any time… accept that as a personal invite from me to you.


  2. Beautiful Pictures!!  I love the daffodil… I always get excited about spring when they start showing up growing wild in fields all along the North Georgia roads, in bunches around mailboxes and in lovely cultivated spots around peoples homes.  Your love of nature is refreshing.


  3. Beautiful as always , nice work! I have pictures of something that is maybe not as beautiful but …Spring is here !!!!!!!!!!!


  4. hi!  🙂
    *sigh* i loved it, as usual, and the pictures too…
    i had to change my space permissions for a little while 😦 its very sad but not like i had nothing to say lately LOL.. will hope to be back ranting about nothing very shortly!
    take care


  5. @Wonka
    Thanks for the invite. I absolutely enjoyed my visit. You can bet I\’ll be back! =)
    Thanks. How are your photo projects going? I wish I had a better connection so I could access your photo albums. The little glimpse I get is very intriguing. Speaking of photography, someone just gave me an old Kodak Retina 1a which I\’m very excited about. Do you do any film photography or are you a digital girl? I haven\’t done any 35mm developing since college but I would love to get back into it.
    lol… I love them too. These are miniatures and they measure less then half an inch across, they are soooo sweet!
    That sounds lovely! We don\’t really see wild daffodils here but a sure sign of spring is when the wild swans fly back from down south…that usually gets me pretty excited. 😉
    lol Then by all means fly away! =) I\’ll meet you there.
    Spring yes!!! Thank God 😀
    I bet things are changing up on your mountain as well!
    I don\’t know that this applies though if the ground is dominated by the view of a dismembered plastic doll. ;P
    I hope everything is okay. You have absolutely disappeared. If you decide to change your site address I\’ll give you my addy so you can let me know. Okay?
    Take care,


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