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Rebirth of Spring

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  And trees whisper silent affirmations of rebirth, hope, love. The sun’s light warms evergreen grasses giving new life to nature’s carpeting. Floral abundance embraces Spring resurrection with pastel hues hugging winds of change wafting across fragrant fields. And love abounds.

Star Patterns Photography

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  Star patterns

Structure Photography

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  Abstract structure

Nameless Faces by Joanne Olivieri

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  My poem Nameless Faces published in the May issue of the India based Eternity Magazine. Thank you Harekrushna Mahanta. I am truly honored.

Tangerine

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  Tangerine Texture Photography

Construction

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  Colorful Construction

Silent Secrets

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embrace the night sky whispering silent secrets moonbeams synchronized

Heartstrings Burst

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  afternoon dewdrops heartstrings burst with silent tears refreshed camellia

Peony photography

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  Peony taken with a super macro lens at the San Francisco Botanical Garden.

Shaded

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  Shaded

Abstract Face Photo Artwork

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 Created with Moto G Power and Google editing software.

Abstract Feathers

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Sammers Feathers  Sonnys Feathers All photos by Joanne Olivieri

My Soulmate With Wings ebook

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Kindle ebook available on Amazon.  My Soulmate With Wings ebook   My Soulmate With Wings For my Sammers By Joanne Olivieri Copyright  © 2022 Joanne Olivieri All Rights Reserved Photos by Author.  For my baby boy beeper Sammers 12/18/1999 To  3/6/2022 Sammers on my shoulders For my Sammers. As a child my family and I would visit the lake every Sunday and feed the ducks. It was my favorite activity while growing up. My Mom was a bird lover and I inherited that love for birds from her. We always had canaries as pets and the occasional bunny and hamster. When I moved from my childhood home and was working in retail full time with crazy hours, although I wanted a bird, I never felt I had enough time to devote to a pet. A few years ago my health took a turn for the worst and I became disabled and homebound. I decided to take an early retirement and look for a feathered companion of my own. I spent three days scouring Craigslist and and found my precious boy. I callled the owner, worked out t