Friday, April 1, 2011

If You Only Walk Long Enough









 "Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?"










"That depends a good deal on where you want to get to," said the Cat. 
 









"I don't much care where -- " said Alice. 
 









"Then it doesn't matter which way you go," said the Cat.










" -- so long as I get somewhere," Alice added as an explanation.







 "Oh, you're sure to do that," said the Cat, "if you only walk long enough."
...Alice in Wonderland
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29 comments:

  1. Are those cherry blossoms...I don't know much about trees, but they are beautiful! Love the verse!

    Hope you have a lovely weekend, Kat!

    XO,
    Jane

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  2. Stunning photography and a wonderful little verse to accompany it! PIcture perfect as they say!
    Have a wonderful blossom filled weekend

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  3. Oh, Kat! Gorgeous photography! Breathtaking and so soft!
    Yvonne

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  4. That was such a cute way to do your post with the quotes from Alice in Wonderland. Beautiful blossoms.

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  5. Those blossoms are so delicate and pretty... Your photos are amazing!
    Thanks for sharing your talent!
    Happy Spring*
    xo,
    Gail
    casualloveselegance

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  6. I LOVE Alice in Wonderland - in fact good children's books fill a real need, I'm glad I kept so many! Peter Pan, Five children and It, The Hounds of the Morrigan - is it second childhood that I still read them?

    Beautiful blossom~

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  7. How apt, your words today! And splendorous photos as well!
    Brenda

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  8. What a cute post and I agree ~ you will eventually get somewhere if you walk long enough. Beautiful pictures ;-)

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  9. Kat, love these shots! Have a super weekend.

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  10. Beautiful photos, Kat! Can't wait for blossoming trees! The verse is really thought-provoking...I think we've all been there. Hope you have a beautiful spring weekend! XO

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  11. Isn't it amazing how much wisdom one can find in Alice in Wonderland's nonsense? This is how our Alice got her name ... because we run around spouting quotes from this book more often than should be normal, and 'Alice' is perfect for her. If you think about it, there are an awful lot of good lessons to be found in the most unlikely of places.

    The sunrise is beautiful this morning!!!

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  12. Love Alice in Wonderland chit chat. Great photos to go along with the words today. Such sweet blossoms.

    DI

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  13. Such beautiful photographs!!!

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  14. Gorgeous soft photos. So peaceful. Thank you for sharing spring with us ~ it's sooooooo long coming here. Even the forsythia don't want to poke their faces out yet, which is very unusual.
    Cindy

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  15. Such beautiful photos! The blooms are just so soft and pretty! Love the bokeh effect in the background! Thanks for sharing.

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  16. Gorgeous photos Kat. I love when the trees bloom - one of my favourite times of year.

    I've read over your past posts and do hope you follow your heart and only post when you really want to, not because you feel the need to or have to. I love the direction your blog has taken - a fine mix of musings, photos, family, and decorating. I love a little peak into others lives (and minds) and you do it well. It is never a good thing, though, when you feel like it is an obligation. So my advice is keep it obligation free!

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  17. I loved your blog about Alice too Kat! So true for all of us I think. The blossom pictures are gorgeous.

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  18. Beautiful pictures.signs of spring........yey!! have a great weekend Kat

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  19. Kat, your photographs are always so beautiful. They make me feel good, even on a bad day! We had a cherry tree in our last garden. I do miss it so this time of year. We keep saying we will add three to our new home, but haven't - even after five years. But I am going to put it on my calendar for this fall. Their blossoms are so pretty, and I love the way the petals fall and cover the ground like snowflakes. Their shape and bark is interesting as well. Everyone should plant at least one!

    Also, you next post on the books has me ordering from B&N. Your photographs of the stoneware pitchers and white tulips is simply gorgeous. I don't post comments often, but I read almost daily. Thank you for your beautiful contributions to my days.

    Allison
    Atticmag

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  20. Kat, what stunning photos!! I love every one of them!! Are you going to sell them? Just gorgeous!!

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  21. Kat~

    your photos are incredible


    xo kelley

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  22. Oh Kat I so needed to see those beautiful blossoms, the snow followed us to Ohio. Your watermark looks so perfect on these, it has a nice ring to it! xo ~Lili

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  23. Kat, your pictures are absolutely beautiful. So delicate and lovely.
    I am finally able to post again! I was having Blogger problems but it seems to have corrected itself so I am celebrating with a Giveaway. I hope you will come visit.

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  24. How clever was Lewis Carrol Kat! He knew (waaay back then) the type of things we would all be struggling with now - only we didn't realise it then. I LOVE Alice in Wonderland almost as much as I LOVE your glorious pictures. I have a painting I did of Alice and the Chesire Cat hanging above my desk - it always makes me smile! ;)Sharyne

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  25. I am going to snap some up tomorrow if they are still around after the hail. Have a great weekend.

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  26. Exquisite! (and i love the commentary)

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  27. Absolutely stunning photos my friend!!! Every. Single. One! Love the quotes from Alice in Wonderland, how true. :)

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  29. I absolutely love these photos Kat -- they certainly capture the delicate nature of Spring!

    I'm happy to have found some time to check out your Blog and replenish my soul with the "little things" that matter.

    Big hugs 2 U girlie!

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