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January 20, 2013


Deb Taylor

So many delicious visual tidbits to savor

I want to be alongside with you

~enjoy all your sunny moments~


the way the light illuminates each moment, when we move slowly and breathe deeply!

thank you for slipping me into your gentle reprieve and sharing each BEAUTIFUL shot!

my love to you and yours.

Linda Gleitz

looks LOVELY!!! mucho love from miss bird brain!!


Oh my, that lamb (or is it a small goat) likes to live dangerously.

Carol and artmusedog ^_^

Oh its looks like you had a wonderful time ~ Photography is excellent and looks so inviting (especially in New England at this time of year)

(A Creative Harbor) ^_^


Hello dear Steph and Greg!
So YOU two got to send a REAL postcard from paradise and thank you for sharing. I needed that! It must feel great to leave the mountain and visit the ocean. Both feed the soul in different and powerful ways. It always impresses me the way you are both outdoor people who do adventurous things like mountain bike and hike and snorkel. You are both healthy people.

Welcome Home and thanks for sharing your peaceful and artistic photographs of paradisio!



Ooooh nice Stephanie. So very nice. Love how you live your life. Welcome back.

Magical Mystical Teacher

A lamb in the street? VERY unexpected...and very touching...


bliss.. jealousy :-)


*sigh*... WOW... Paradise, indeed! This was such fun to see, Stephanie, your personal take on time out of time. The lamb sitting in the shade of the car is so moving. Glad you had a sweet get away. :o) ((HUGS))

lyle baxter

mmmm looks grand in a quiet way! love the lamb chop resting under the auto! how did you discover this small paradise?

Linda Gleitz

re-examining...funny how the lamb looks like he/she is sitting in snow...I know it was probably blazin hot...wow!!!


fabulous photos, Steph. I can almost smell the low tide... Welcome back.


Okay now I get it! Looks so niiice! Happy you had such a nice time.


I almost cried. No freaking kidding. I am SO ready for some paradise. You capture the real and 'unreal' so well.

And, our friend Phillippe!! How IS he?!

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