Lakeside and Birds

sun and lake

A lake carries you into recesses of feeling otherwise impenetrable.
~William Wordsworth

lake and birds

I have finished reading The Innocents.

I am currently reading We Are Here: Memories of the Lithuanian Holocaust. I am also reading the novel Orphan Train.

I have slowly returned to my normal routines. I still listen to the news, or read it online, but it doesn’t take up the majority of my day. Life seems to have somewhat returned to downtown Boston, too, on the block where the tragic events occurred. I give the people of the city credit for moving forward as best as they can, and staying strong, Boston strong! My prayers are a constant.

I managed a walk at the lake. The photographs above were taken during it.

Sorry for the update…my photographs were not shown correctly.

August 25, 2013 – 15 Iyyar, 5773 – 30th day of the Omer

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9 responses to “Lakeside and Birds

  1. I always enjoy your lake photos; they are so serene.

  2. I’m especially interested in the Lithuanian history book.

    Glad you are returning to “normal,” whatever that may mean. Taking in the news can be overwhelming. A good dose of gull photography is a great way to go.

  3. You’ve got a beautiful lake to walk around. ‘Boston Strong’ should be an inspiration for all of us.

  4. Pingback: Bridge, Benches, Links, Quotes | Lorri M. Writings and Photography

    • Yes, normal does sound good. So much disastrous destruction, devastation, human life and injuries. It makes everything else pale, in comparison.

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