Wednesday, January 01, 2014

A New Year


the door from Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, France
trees along ontario highway

I've been blogging since 2006.   Blogging has given me a way to see connections and to make sense of so many things.  Blogging has rewarded me with new friends around the world.   The two images in this post were chosen with my eyes shut from the zillions I've posted in the last seven years.  I don't know what the next year will bring, but .....
Not to Know, but to go ON!!!!
Be well in 2014 my dear friends.

13 comments:

Ersi Marina Samara said...

'Not to know but to go on' is a very realistic wish. Unavoidable and hard to do but then all adventurous paths are hard. Happy New Year, Judy. Be well and enjoy every day!

jude said...

just going.

Velma Bolyard said...

i love visiting here, you, judy, always have something to say. happy new year.

Margaret said...

May your new year be blessed with creativity, health and happiness.

henrietta (aka ani aka zani) said...

i can't go on - i must go on...wishes for 2014.

Ms. said...

Yes--Onward is the best option. May the path be kind, and surprising.

Heather said...

Happy New Year, Judy! Onwards...

Vicki Miller said...

Happy new year. I absolutely love the cathedral door! so beautiful

Nancy said...

We are quite lucky to be traveling together! Onward we go...

Anonymous said...

Happy New Year, Judy, and many greetings from so far away as Germany. I am glad you are carrying on, your blog is so inspiring! Thank you for sharing thoughts, ideas, fotos ....and much more
Christine

Margaret Cooter said...

Two random images that look like they might come from two different worlds ... food for thought ...
Very best wishes for this new year!

Mo Crow said...

love the way these images "talk" to each other, the door is so controlled and intricate and to think that is wrought iron! the other of the trees on the hill, so wildly windswept and free... thank you Judy!

Judy Martin said...

Mo, I thought the same thing.

The images are connected by their arabesque.

But I did not plan that. It just happened.

Synchronicity is thrilling.