Photo-Heart Connection, journal love, and Weekly Photo Challenge

This is a catch-all post for three different fun projects: the Photo-Heart Connection, some journal photos that a group of friends and I are all posting and sharing, and the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge.  I hope it doesn’t get too long!

My choice for the Photo-Heart Connection for July was tough… on the return flight home from Chicago last week, I took many photos of clouds from my little window seat.  There were so many different types and colors all layered together and I thought it looked magical.  The one below looked sort of like a little tunnel from a stormy situation into brightness.  Then I got to my car and was exiting the parking lot and saw the one immediately below, with a lovely rim light giving special contrast to the separation of the grey clouds and the bright blue sky.  And I drove through those storm clouds and rain toward sunshine where I got to reunite with my sweet girl.

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“Journal writing is a voyage to the interior.” ~ Christina Baldwin

Some friends are doing a party this week of pictures of our journals… we were chatting in our Facebook group about being obsessed with them.  I learned I’m not alone in admiring them, buying them, and then not wanting to sully them with my scribblings.  This could probably be a post in and of itself, but I already have next week’s posts scheduled so we’ll just include it here.  

There’s just a sense of promise, of beginning, of possibility with a brand new and beautifully covered book, don’t you think?

All these pretty covers and yet I began by using boring spiral notebooks…

 I have several travel journals where I pasted ticket stubs, brochures, cards, etc. and wrote about all the inspiration I was seeing around me.  I even found an old Lira note.

I’m sure you all have a journal or two, right? If you like, share how you use them (or not) and what they mean to you.

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The WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is PURPLE.  Well, by the time you read this, I’ll probably be behind again, but here ya go…

My favorite color!

 

Whew! Have a lovely weekend, friends.  Come back on Monday for a post I’m excited to share with you about how a tiny shift in persecutive can change absolutely everything!

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11 thoughts on “Photo-Heart Connection, journal love, and Weekly Photo Challenge

  1. OMG, you are so truly talented Naomi, in so many ways! Do you really DO all this? Gosh, I’m in awe… 😉
    Love this post, ALL of it!
    Thanks for your kind words on my blog!
    Have a wonderful weekend my friend!
    Marie

    • Lol. That explains why I am usually going a mile a minute and never feel I have enough time. 🙂 I don’t know how I do all this. My daughter takes my days and my computer and camera take the rest!

  2. reveling in all of that delicious purple
    (what an eye you have!)
    and the idea of a those fresh clean pages
    all ready to catch my heart,
    like a brand new catcher’s mitt
    still smelling strong of leather
    makes my soul giddy:)
    thanks for the beautiful share,
    Jennifer

  3. Naomi wonderful all of it the purple wow oh wow they shine. I’m glad you share my obsession with notebooks maybe we ought to start a support group !

  4. Great post. What a great collection of pictures. You have captured so many things in this post, but the best part is each picture is different and unique on its own way. Wonderful work. Like this post a lot. 🙂

  5. Wow, what a beautiful set of photos! Those cloud and flower images are amazing…and all of your journal photos were making me want to go buy some at the store. They truly are addicting, aren’t they? Have a wonderful weekend, my fellow HSP blog friend. 🙂

  6. I love your photo-heart connection images! You’ve captured some gorgeous clouds and light! I’m with you about journals, I find myself collecting the beautiful ones and writing in the old spiral bound!! I also love your exquisite images of purple! Stunning and so regal looking!

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