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One dragonfly away

One dragonfly away

One

adrienneWelcometotheweekendfeelingbeachiebutton 200x200one day I will meet – you

yet, can we possibly be – one

you will be living – up there

I will be working – down here

yet, together we will be — one

I just could not resist, when I read Adrienne’s prompt for this week, I just had to share one of my all time favorite songs, by a band I have seen live waaaaaay back in the 80s, before this song came along. And whenever I hear One, irresistibly my hand moves towards the volume button and turns it way up. Like I did just now, with my headphones one, of course…

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And now for the Friday Four Fill ins ~ here is from Hilary’s blog:

 

  1. When it rains I want to go to bed under a skylight and listen to it’s sound.
  2. Photography is a great way to balance work in the corporate office (when I find the time).
  3. Is there ever a good time to diet?
  4. I can’t leave home without my (smart)phone and some plastic aka credit card.

o.k. and here is today’s photo for this post. One little, lonely dragonfly found it’s one water lily leaf.

dragonfly, macro, closeup

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18 Comments
  • Rachael

    I love to listen to the rain too : ) love your photo, the dragonfly is beautiful x

  • hilary

    there is never a good time to diet!

  • Debbi Decker

    The sound of a gentle rain on a metal rooftop can be so soothing. Your dragonfly is cute!

    • Claudia Willison

      Thank you, Debbi. Hmmm, on a metal rooftop – interesting, I guess the rain really would have to be gentle, otherwise you’d get the drum feeling 😀

  • Rorybore

    LOVE this song. LOVE them. Best concert ever.
    Love the dragonfly shot too — I got one this week and he has this weird pattern on his head — it looks like a smiley face!! I’ll have to edit it for a close up and post it later.
    We had a rain storm this week and me and the kids all gathered in my bed to hear it pounding on the roof. no skylight though 🙁

    • Claudia Willison

      I’m happy you love the song, too, Leslie!
      Dragonflies have fascinated me for a long time, but for some reason I never felt compelled to take pictures of them. Until I got the new lens a couple of months ago. Now I got to check if you already posted your photo.
      Actually, it is raining here right now. Sounds very nice, but I wanted to go out and take photos later, not sure if that’s going to happen

  • Tamara

    What a beautiful photo and I do love this song very much.
    I can’t leave home without my smartphone. Sometime I want do, just for freedom, but then I worry my car would break down and I’d have no phone!

    • Claudia Willison

      Thanks, Tamara, I thought you might like the song, too 🙂 Yeah, our smartphone addiction these days – nothing more to say about it. That ‘car break down’ was the very reason I got a personal (non-smart)phone in the first place. And I just hate the feeling when I left home and realize that I forgot my phone. There’s a good chance I go back to get it.

  • Debbie

    It’s a great song from an awesome band…..and a great idea for today’s word!!

  • Kathy

    I”M HERE!!!!!!! 🙂 🙂 Oh man…you posted one of my FAVORITE SONGS EVERRRRRR! I’m going to have to go check out this link up you are doing today, looks fun 🙂

    • Claudia Willison

      Yay – BIG YAY for Kathy, you gave me the final hint to find out why my ‘reply’ and ‘submit’ buttons were missing for a while 🙂 Thank you!
      Yes, join us on this hop, Kathy, it is always fun. Glad you like the song, too

  • Patricia

    No there is no good time to diet!

    • Claudia Willison

      Exactly, Patricia! Got to say though – there is always a good time to check which good stuff and how much of it you feed your body 😉

  • Deborah Pucci

    Thank you for stopping over. I use to love listening to the rain at my dad’s cottage back near Antioch, IL. It was so relaxing!

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