Like a diamond in the sky #SundayStills

Diamonds and other sparkly things

Twinkle twinkle little star, how I wonder what you are – this photo was taken (with my iPhone) a year ago at Easter and my then 2year-old granddaughter loved seeing the sparkling stars above us. She just kept saying wow!

Milky Way- star light star bright
Milky Way- star light star bright

The sea has a certain diamond sparkle to it when the sun shines brightly.

sun on water
sun on water

More sparkles on water

Early morning at the beach
Early morning at the beach
Sunshine dancing on water
Sunshine dancing on water
Helicopter on blue water with blue mountains and blue skyHelicopter on blue water
Helicopter on blue water with blue mountains and blue sky

Last weekend we were in Sydney with our daughter and family and the city turned on the sparkles for us, weather-wise. The previous weeks/months had seen torrential rain

Other types of diamonds

There’s the rough diamonds, salt of the earth people.

quirky people along the trail 4
quirky people

The sparkling colours and light of autumn.

Autumn leaf
Autumn leaf with sunlight shining through

This Easter our granddaughter had some fun with sparklers and the fire in the backyard. She’s growing up fast.

sparkler fun
sparkler fun

And then there’s the bright lights of Tumbarumba.

Bright lights of Tumbarumba at Forage
Bright lights of Tumbarumba

Diamonds are associated with strength, love and health

I’m lucky to have these attributes in my life at the moment and not a day goes by that I don’t feel grateful for that.

Sunday Stills Photo Challenge

Terri is back with Sunday Stills photo challenge and the prompt this week is a colour prompt of diamond or quartz. You can read Terri’s post here: Is Quartz a girl’s best friend?

I enjoy the connections we make through blogging and photo challenges such as this is a perfect example. Terri and I have never met but we share many similarities in our lives. I always enjoy reading her posts and seeing her world through her eyes. She’s a sparkling diamond!

There are lots of ways we can see diamonds in our lives. I’ve gone for a different version today and I hope you have enjoyed my post and photos. To me diamonds represent sparkles and so I’ve shared some photos that show this in everyday life.

As Marilyn said:

We are all of us stars and we deserve to twinkle.

Marilyn Monroe

Wishing you a great week ahead, full of sparkles and shiny bright things at the very least.

Deb x

All my Sunday Stills posts can be found here – I’ve been doing these for quite some time now!

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30 Replies to “Like a diamond in the sky #SundayStills”

  1. I couldn’t quite figure out how to capture diamonds/quartz but you nailed it! Love those water photos especially. And like Donna says you manage to tie it all together with gratitude. Bernie

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    1. Thanks Donna, I wasn’t sure what to do (this is often the case) but at the last minute, while everyone else was in bed, I managed to pull it together – so your comment means a lot to me!

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    1. Thanks Leanne, I wasn’t sure where to go with this prompt but enjoyed thinking a bit outside the square! We’ve had superb weather over Easter and having the grandkids here has been so much fun!

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