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Quilly is the pseudonym of Charlene L. Amsden, who lives on The Big Island in Hawaii. When she is not hanging out with Amoeba, she is likely teaching or sewing. Or she could be cooking, taking photographs, or even writing. But if she's not doing any of that, she's probably on Facebook or tinkering with her blog.


  1. Your title kills me. As you’ll soon see, I was back in the garage making my blue shots. All you had to do was stick your head outside and capture what God painted for you!

  2. You show me a sunset just when I am getting up, but that doesn’t matter it’s so beautiful that I imagine it’s a sunrise !

  3. No way, surely you could never tire of those georgeous sunsets. I know you are just having fun.
    Maybe with the summer freedoms, you and OC might try out the snorkling waters.

    Gosh I just drifted off in thought and floated back to a time of remembering. We were at Bellows Beach and I was between 3-4 years old. My dad had me out floating on the water on a body raft and I looked over the side and saw my mom swim under me in her yellow swim suit with red flowers and she had her sunglasses on. The water was so clear. I can still remember how the ripples in the water made light shadows on the sand below. Funny the things we remember. Goodnight friend.

  4. {standing here with my lips sealed… wanting to tell you just how beautiful this photo is, but can’t…. it’s Wordless Wednesday!! So here I stand, silent as I assure myself that you already know how beautiful the photo is.}

  5. I guess it could be true, huh, if you see something every day, soon you might take it for granted, but I seriously doubt you will ever take the beauty of Hawaii for granted. haha. Just to lovely…..

  6. Such beauty….I want to be there, sitting on the ground, breathing in each beautiful bit of heaven that is placed before me.

  7. Another wonderful picture quilly, I love looking at the sea. One of these times you must find us a Sunrise

    Thanks for sharing

  8. Shelly — I’ll pick you up at the airport. When does your flight land?

    Robert — I was being facetious. I love Hawaii and cherish the sunsets.

    Gattina — well, color-wise, this one even looked a bit like a sunrise to me.

    Jules — OC won’t have many summer freedoms. He is working on a major research project [bio-fuels] and it’s nose to the grindstone.

    Alice — YOU may speak. I may not!

    Melli — I SAW THAT! I saw you roll your eyes! Sarcasm is a sin, you know!

    Brian — would you and Diane like to come visit? (There. I tried.)

    Doug — I do believe he has noticed, yes. But since I mostly direct it at you, he doesn’t seem to mind. 🙂

    Juliana — finally! Now I can relax …..

    Dr. John — Well, at least the snow finally left.

    Carletta — thank you.

    JD — YES!

    Nea — almost every day I look out a window (car, home, classroom) and marvel, I live in Hawaii!”

    Pauline — if you ever get here, you have a place to stay.

    Bill — you made almost the same comment just a couple of days ago and I explained why there are no sunrises then.

    Mar — why thank you. Now, what did you think of the sunset?

  9. All I can say is “Oh my word” There are no words to explain how beautiful your picture is.

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