stops along the journey
160 characters? Nothing as well as you!That's why I take photographs! :)Happy Sunday!
and i cant do photos so...smiles.
God speaks to us in such beautiful ways.
Through your words, too, I think.
just clouds here. but you paint a pretty picture
Master of brevity! Deeper reflections and wonder of every day! Amazing.Joy always,Susan
Eloquency in action, that's simply put but so very true of your effortless poetry/prose.Sandi
Reminds me of the early morning sky and the crowd milling around before a road race.Ha! Knew you could do it!
Lovely images! You do brevity so well!
I guess it's too bad I'm not a morning person. I usually miss sunrise. I guess I'm more of a sunset person which is a good thing living here on the West Coast of Florida. They are so beautiful.Nice 55.PG
No more is needed. I like it very much.....
There is MUCH to be said for brevity.
I witnessed that seen a few times over the years. Still love it and it leaves me awe filled.
graffiti on the horizon…yeah!you sprayed a colorful 160 today brian!
oh i like the 'graffiti on the horizon" too! Yummy description Bxxm
Graffiti on the horizon... tag, you're it!
I love the peace that comes with dawn.
Hi! Brian...What a great use of 160 words...Once again very descriptive and well-written...What a great use of a few words...Ah! brevity!Thanks, for sharing!DeeDee ;-D
um yeah... what they said... ha ha.never see the dawn myself being a lazy old woman!!!! :)
in the black & white moments,before dawn cool words
Dawn. Huh. What's that? ;-)Lovely as always, Brian.
Yep, I've seen those, but I've never been able to write one quite that well!http://harrischanningauthor.blogspot.com/2010/08/sunday-160_29.html
BRILLIANT!Steven AnthonyMan Dish~Metro Style &Life in the Fish Bowl
I love the dawn ... it provides new hope.
before dawn breaks out its airbrush....nice. :)
Susan got it perfectly - you are indeed a master of brevity. So much in so few words! :)
Lovely thought...a sky that He has airbrushed!!! Have a great dayHugsSueAnn
Beautifully done, Brian. Another great 160. Thanks for being a part of this fun little excersize.
Absolutely lovely, Brian.
You know what? What would happen if you decided to learn how to use a camera? I mean, you are so poetic in such few, clean words...I think you'd be a great photographer.Just what I was thinking.
Witnessing the sunrise is about the only good thing about being the mom of a VERY early rising child...and it's become my favourite time of day. Lovely 160.-C
Very cool 160! I loved sunrises. I love sunsets.
That's beautiful, Brian! I really wish I were a morning person. I tried to be this morning but I was still a few minutes too late.
You said so little so very well.
you paint great pics with your words...nice 160! :)
Reminds me of when I worked my GSD and we had our working trials in the bush and got there before dawn... Takes me back... I just know your 'You' is someone special - all small letters except that word...
I like! Happy Sunday to you and yours! :)
You take poetic words and mix them with modern terms and make magic!
its fun to create an image with only words):)(:(
nice one brian, great 160 :)
BrianI was so caught up in your words and the imagery it conjured up in my mind, I almost forgot to post a comment. Words when strung together correctly make powerful thought forms in our minds. I am so glad you chose to use them wisely and beautifully to fill my/our day with magic. cheers,Joanny
Such a peaceful picture you paint with your words. Someone was just recently telling me how he enjoys sunrise and sunset...I should check one out soon...
A beautiful image you create here. Have a wonderful day.
The greatest Grafitti Artist around. Love it! ;)
Very nice! I personally love graffiti. Well written
My tag is "Wet Paint".
Hello Brian:)To paint such wonderful images with sixty character will surely tax the brain and needs special skills.Kudos to you,my friend.Best wishes:)Joseph
before dawn breaksout its airbrush,graffiti on the horizon.awesome - love your 160!
You make brevity look good.
Brian, this is great...I'm trying to think...where were you? Rollin 160!
God's graffiti.... oh, he's a good artist.
You ARE an artist in your own INCredible way. :)
"I see your tag & know you are here." It's a wonderful thing, faith.
Pictured this alright!Lovely painting, I must say :)And with the special person around, it' even better, right Bri??
Sooooo beautiful :) as always, Brian.
I sure can never say so much in 160 characters as you can Brian.;)I hope you had a lovely weekend and that Monday will be treating you well,xoxo
I like that and you do 160 characters very well.
great 160.. reminded me though of waking up one morning and finding my car had been tagged...someone had scratched their tag on the side window....i thought natures tag was better..cheers pete
graffiti is rarely beautiful as it's usually more tags than art
I love seeing that dawn.
I think most of my sentences are more than 160 characters, not counting spaces! Great picture. I'm on vacation right now and just had lunch at a place next to a bridge going over a bay, it was covered in graffiti, it's so interesting to see...
I see your tag....Love it!
Just discovered your blog through Monkey Man...wonderful poetry, Brian. I look forward to more.Victoria
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