Monday, 23 March 2015

Waiting


As I was taking the first few images the word waiting came immediately to mind and then I kept finding other images to fit this word too...


Waiting for the boats to be put back in the water for the season......


Waiting for another lorry load of gravel to increase the sea defences......


 Waiting for someone to make this a home again.....


 Waiting  for more signs of spring.......


Waiting for one of the family to return home.

Is there anything you are waiting for too?

Sarah x

45 comments:

  1. I am waiting for spring. I am waiting for not only the pink blooms and the wrens to return to make their nests, but I am waiting for the spring that will never end, when this body will be transformed, when all worry and war, pain and loneliness will be no more. Waiting...

    (Tavi is precious, Sarah!)

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  2. I have been waiting - and wanting! - for spring, but it is coming, so no more waiting! xx

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  3. Love this themed series, from beginning to end, great captures!
    The dog's adorable, I hope the wait was not too long.

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  4. I love your photos Sarah!

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  5. I'm waiting for my Carrot seeds to germinate!

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  6. Waiting for our new house to be finished so we can move home!

    Waiting for someone to come along to love this house so we can sell it to the right family!

    Lovely post. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Your pictures do a great job of capturing your theme of waiting. I especially like the one of Tavi. I think that is a Westie's favourite thing to do - watch out the window for someone to return, or better yet for another dog or a squirrel to go by. :-)

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    1. Gabriel will sit at our front windows (that go down to the floor) and stare out the window for half an hour waiting for something to enter his domain, I guess. Then he'll wait patiently at the window where the bird feeder is attached (there's a one-way mirror so we can see in but the birds can't see us) waiting for the squirrel to come feed. He won't bark at the birds, or even the squirrel when it's just sitting on top, but as soon as the squirrel goes inside to eat Gabriel goes nuts!

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  8. I like this post today very much. My daughter is in love with Tavi.

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  9. Waiting for the terrible twosome to behave.......when exactly is Hell due to freeze over?
    John

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  10. Lovely post. I especially like the photo of the stone cottage. I live a life of waiting...it is good to wait.

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  11. Waiting for some seeds to arrive which should be growing by now! Waiting for the weather to break as we keep thinking these sunny days and blue skies can't last. Love that first photograph Sarah.

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  12. Gorgeous photos and a beautiful lines! Im am waiting for sunny and cold weather and some centimeters of fresh snow, so that I can go skiing at Easter.

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  13. I love the theme of your post and the photos you used. Tavi is just like Gabriel....loves to look out the window.

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  14. Waiting for my study renovation to come to an end.. just how long can one room take??

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  15. Also waiting for Spring. Wonderful, beautiful Spring.xxx

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  16. Hi Sarah, I like this post very much. Since December I have been 'waiting' for warmer weather, lighter evenings, to hear bird song, feel the warmth of the sun and see the daffodils flower...always anticipating that the next day or week will bring it all a bit closer. Gorgeous post, I want that forlorn looking house to do up please! Have a great week! Sharon x

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  17. Life seems to be like that sometimes - Waiting. Enjoyed your captures in your neck of the woods :-)

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  18. Lovely post and beautiful pictures...I waiting for the spring now, to sun and appleblossom!
    Have a great week, take care...
    Titti

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  19. A wonderful post. Oh yes, there are a lot of things I'm waiting for. I'm waiting for my holiday in scotland, waiting, for a lot of rain for my garden, waiting for my craftsman, that they make my bathroom new, waiting for the baby which is coming in July!

    Sigrun

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  20. I'm waiting for my new glucose monitoring system that I wear on my arm and can be scanned at any time....life changing! xxx

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  21. I'm always waiting for something, for those big, spectacular moments but especially for those little everyday joys.. For my daughter's elementary school graduation but also for my garden progress, for a little getaway...
    Tavi, a true family member...
    Olympia

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  22. Beautiful picture with the red Buoys. The sea defences are in a mess all over with the bad weather I think the councils hae a tough job on with their lack of funds. I am waiting for our cottage to be finished because we need a holiday!

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  23. Hey Sarah,
    I adores the first photo. And I kind of hope that house will be given a loving make over soon. But not knocked down and re-developed. I am waiting for my new shoes to arrive. They are silver....
    Leanne xx

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  24. Yes, I'm waiting for the Easter holidays to come so that my two oldest children can come home from uni and we can all relax for the holidays. Three more days to go ... :) I'm also waiting to plant some seeds. A lovely post with interesting photos - Tavi is in pensive mood :)
    Cathy x

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  25. Your pictures evoke so much emotion and thought! You composed them so well, and your words match perfectly. This is the kind of blog post to be digested slowly, word by word and picture by picture.

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  26. Goodness, Tavi is looking so grown up! I'm waiting for the kettle to boil, waiting for a physiotherapist appointment to come through, and waiting for my daughter to come home again at the weekend so we can continue to heal her broken heart.

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  27. Love this post. There are so many moments of waiting, your words and pictures are very well chosen. Tavi is such a cuty looking through the window. At this moment I'm waiting for the sun, but I suppose we have to wait till tomorrow.

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  28. I'm waiting for warmer weather and longer days, waiting for seeds to germinate, waiting for the garden to become more green and colourful.

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  29. Beautifully written! It seems like there is always something to wait for, sometimes patiently and sometimes not! I always like it when the wait is over and something good has arrived! I feel like Tavi peering out the window in anticipation, only my longingly is to see the grandchildren again!!

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  30. There are lots of things I am waiting for, but I am patient. Things will happen when the time is right!

    Madelief x

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  31. I think this time of year we are all waiting for warmer weather and the promise that Spring always brings.
    Lovely post and lovely pictures.

    All the best Jan

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  32. I love the pops of colors against the background in the first two photos, really fun.
    And a great post to go with them, waiting for a few things myself :-)
    Amalia
    xo

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  33. I am waiting until it is time to travel to Devon in August for another lovely relaxed fortnight by the sea. In the meantime your blog posts with your wonderful seascapes will have to keep me going. xx

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  34. I'm sitting here waiting for the ironing fairy to arrive, could be here a while lol!

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  35. A lovely post Sarah. We have been waiting for good news...which eventually came.....the results of the pathology after my husbands op.

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  36. So glad to hear the news was good, hope he is making a good recovery. Sarah x

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  37. Tavi's ears have stood up since I last saw him! Lovely photos xx

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  38. Beautiful photographs that go so well with your theme. I remember as a child I was waiting so much to be grown up – and now that I am, I wish I was not so grown up anymore.

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  39. I am waiting for lovely hot summer days.Are you visiting my village of St.Agnes this year.

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    1. No I'm afraid we won't be down your way this year. There are so many lovely places to visit I just wish I could be travelling and visiting them all the time! Sarah x

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  40. Oops,forgot to say how Beautiful your pics are.LOVE Tavi.x

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  41. Dear Sarah,

    Loved the theme of waiting and all your wonderful photos to go with - how adorable Tavi looks waiting for the family to return home.
    I am waiting for the hot cross bun to rise for the second time so I can go and cook them in the oven.
    hugs
    Carolyn

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