Finding Joy in All the Write Places
Joy is found in the most surprising places...all you need to do is look very, very carefully...click on the thumbnail for a larger image...and ignore the watermark...somewhere in the photo, you'll find J-O-Y!
I hope my cards
will give you a smile and give you pause to think about where you
might find your own joy. If you have a special idea or request for
a card, please feel free to let me know.
Life is short...find Joy in it!
Joy in an English Field
Here, a field of heather includes some joy.
Joy in Marriage
Joy surrounds wedding bands.
Off Track Joy
A fork in the tracks and a little used shack was a peaceful scene framed by the cloud covered mountains.
Finding Joy in the Desert
The mountains and flowering cholla of New Mexico sit outside this friend's property and make him appreciate natural beauty.
Joy in China
Urban gardens in Beijing were my view from my hotel. Beijing seemed a study in dusty browns.
Joy in the Fields
Visiting Iowa in the fall, I caught the field with a sprinkling of color, ready to be reclaimed for the next growing season.
Chilly Minnesota winter still renders its own beauty under the weight of the snow...at 10 below!
Finding Joy in the Moonlight
The moon reflected Virginia Beach on a calm Atlantic Ocean...full and mystical.
Joy on the Ocean
The Pacific Ocean was a study in grays and blues...amazing that each instant is just that...the next instant will show another picture.
Joy in San Francisco
The Golden Gate Bridge was shrouded in fog as the photographer was driving across it.
Joy in Blues
Perfect harmony as the Pacific ocean and sky sing with their blues...
The water holds magic down an Alaskan stream
Joy in a Golden Gate Fog
A study in grays makes finding joy a little more difficult.
Joy on a Colorado Ranch
The pasture with the grazing remuda had a gentle beauty.
Joy on the Your side of the Fence
A little difficult to find sometimes...perhaps it is on YOUR side of the fence!
Joy in Lucerne
A Swiss sculpture brings joy to many.
Joy in a Door
A restaurant in Lincoln Park is a joy palette.
Joy in the Chicago Skyline
A single tree sets of the Chicago skyline.
Joy in Chicago's Shoreline
A simple joy...from the beach in Lincoln Park
Joy in a Pier
A pier in Lake Michigan with an intriguing fence.
Joy in the Iris
Pushing the photo of my garden's Iris into higher contrast pleased my sensibilities.
Joy in the Iris 2
Simple flower beauty from my garden found life despite my less than green thumb.
This beautiful white Columbine was the product of a clipping given by a friend.
A sweet Tiger Lily was a gift planting from my neighbor.
Joy in Columbines
A Double Columbine at its peak surprised me this year...it was a volunteer from a cutting planted a couple of years ago.
Joy in a Hollyhock
How lucky I feel to have such a profusion of flowers living next door to me!
I have a neighbor whose garden is unparalleled...at least in MY neighborhood!
This Honeysuckle was splayed out in a lovely fan of yellow.
Joy in Purple Profusion
neighbor's green thumb produced this lovely Clematis.
Joy in the Petals
This one is hard to find...look carefully on the petals.
Joy in the Blazing Stars
in the greens for the joy.
Joy in the Search
Very difficult to find joy in these Tiger Lilies, but look in the middle blooms...
Joy in a White Trumpet
but there...in the stamen shadows...
Joy and Luck
A little tree frog found a safe haven in a rose garden!
Joy in the Garden
one isn't easily found...but it is there!
Joy with a Dog
Yellow Lab fur holds a certain amount of joy...
Joy on the Beach
A footprint in the sand of a Door County, Wisconsin dune forced the sand shift and begged for a photo...
Inspired by one of my sons and looking for a chuckle...
Just after a damaging ice storm in Lexington, Kentucky, sometimes joy is hard to find.
In the Clouds
Musing while gazing out of an airplane window can bring joy...
Over the shoulder
Photographer, Bill Haeske helped find joy in a Lady of Grace...
Closeups of crystals in a kitchen window...
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