A Dream Come True

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It was a dream which I wanted to last a bit longer.

I’m back from my trip. As of tomorrow things are back to normal, challenges and all….

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Placebo Effect.”

63 Comments on “A Dream Come True

  1. Welcome back. I’m glad the holiday was one you wen’t eager to return from. My inbox is lonely without you!

    The photo? A delight of composition (the compositional surprise of the viewing platform) and light (God’s fingers, and the path of brightness along the sea.)

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  3. I love the duality in the signal of the photo – left side with openness and opportunities – right side with constricts obstacles or challenges – wonderful landscape/seascape – excellent work in my eyes… πŸ™‚

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    • Boy, I am a greater genius than I have thought πŸ˜€ πŸ˜‰ Thanks a lot, Drake. I know what you mean and the photo is full of dualism πŸ™‚

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  4. This is stunning Paula. I am so glad you had a wonderful trip and I’m looking forward to seeing and hearing more.
    It certainly looks like a dream come true.

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    • Hello Andy πŸ™‚ I posted the photo when I came home from the trip. I am never on my blog when on holidays. Thank your for the lovely comment, lovely πŸ™‚

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  5. That beam of light on the sea is glorious and the terrace like the prow of a boat, taking you out there. Hope you had a very excellent trip, Paula.

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    • Thank you dear Tish. It was exciting and eventful, but I am glad to be home. It takes time to get things done, now. I’ll be with you shortly. As always I am so very happy to see you, and to hear you πŸ™‚

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  6. QuΓ© deprisa se pasan las vacaciones, verdad? Por lo que veo en la foto has estado en unos sitios preciosos y la foto me parece impresionante.
    Me alegro de que estΓ©s de nuevo por aquΓ­.
    MariΓ‘ngeles.

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  7. What an impressive coastline with that beautiful sea and sky, looks as though you are about to sail off into this sunset. Great shot Paula!

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    • Very kind of you, Patti. I wish I could have stayed there longer. Strange how we value memories. That visit lasted less than half an hour, and yet it will stay in my memory (hopefully) for good.

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  8. And you come back with an image that has all the qualities of a beautiful dream πŸ™‚ It’s peaceful, serene, undisturbed…I like how that person is looking out over the ocean, as if standing in awe before the majesty of nature …or perhaps wondering how far is the horizon? πŸ™‚ It’s beautiful, Paula.

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    • πŸ™‚ It’s so good to read you, Uday. This trip has been furthest from home so far. I loved it even when I did not enjoy it πŸ˜€

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  9. Les meilleures choses ont une fin. FrΓ©dΓ©ric Mey. Les musiciens.
    πŸ™‚

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