Texture Tuesday: Favorite Quote

KK Texture used – chase

Linking to Texture Tuesday


20 Comments on “Texture Tuesday: Favorite Quote”

  1. geanina says:

    great colors! very nice shot 🙂

  2. wonderful shot – so bright and cheery

  3. sandracollins says:

    love the brightness – beautiful shot

  4. Pieni lintu says:

    Great job – nice colos!

    • Mona says:

      I’m so in love with this TT Quote -edition ♥ Your entry is wonderful. Perfect pic and quote!!! So simple yet impressive!

  5. I too love that quote, and your photo really captured the feeling of summer, lovely 🙂

  6. Great quote! It goes well with the photo too.

  7. Synnöve says:

    Wonderful colors and a beautiful qoute.
    Kind regards, Synnöve

  8. TexWisGirl says:

    that is a great one. 🙂

  9. Kathy says:

    Beautiful shot and I love the subtle use of the texture. The quote is beautiful, will have to remember that one.

    Thanks for sharing.

  10. Oh, I see.
    These flowers are the mouths of the earth.

  11. Robyn says:

    Pat, I have never read that quote before, I love it! I also love the flower colors you captured.

  12. Nancy says:

    A favorite quote of mine, Pat — and the flowers are so pretty. 🙂

  13. Janet says:

    Fabulous…That is a favoured quote very close to my heart and your accompanying photo is perfect for it! Beautifully done!

  14. Jim says:

    This can be contagious! Especially in summer! Love that quote Pat, thanks.

  15. lisa says:

    I love this Pat!
    You chose a perfect quote for such a beautiful image.

  16. Yvette says:

    Loving that quote Pat, and what a joyful Summer photo x

  17. Fergiemoto says:

    Love the quote and love the photo! Awesome!

  18. Although the quotation is often excerpted on the Internet to the four-word version you cited, the statement is from the poem “Hamatreya,” which you can read at


    If you’d like a brief analysis of the poem, you can find it at


    I think you’ll agree that the original context gives the statement quite a different meaning from the one conveyed by the words in isolation.

    Steve Schwartzman

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