A growing archive of pictures - frequent additions from my other blogs - Message in a Milk Bottle and the most recent - M2
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Hi, it's a very great blog.I could tell how much efforts you've taken on it.Keep doing!
Lovely colours and textures.
How exciting to have a visitor from Taiwan!I read that you are spending time on your blog while recovering from an operation and hope you feel very much better soon.I see you are doing a lot of globe trotting through the blogs so - thank you for stopping by here as part of your tour!Lucy
Thanks Gary.I'm never sure if it's not cheating to take a photo of something someone else has made . . . but I too was struck by the rich colours and textures of this scarf - and, cheating or not, succombed to posting a picture of it.Lucy
LOVE the colors… your composition is always so striking. Thanks, as always, for sharing with us.
wonderful colours and textures!
my colors, did you make this? thanks for your kind comment on my blog
Such a beautiful scarf, great colors AND texture. I don't think it's cheating just because you didn't make the scarf! When a photographer sees something beautiful, well, we must capture the beauty! :)Thank you for all your wonderful comments on my photo blog... I've been a bit absent the last week due to other priorities. I guess that's just life, eh?!
Hi Lucy!Is it that cold down your way that you have to wrap your camera phone in a scarf? Or is it this year's fashion for phones?
Hi Lucy. I like your blog. I'm from Bermuda where the scarf is a bit of a rarity ... but still - looks good.
This is a lovely capture of color and texture.And, if I only took pictures of things I made, you'd only see my kiddos on my 365 blog...and technically, I'm only responsible for half of each of them! LOL
Thank you too, Shibaguyz - for your encouragement and inspiring enthusiasm!(Garden as well as camera!)Glad you like the Scarf photo.Lucy
Bentonflocke and Elk - they are wonderful colours and texture, aren't they? It's been woven from very thin wool (in India) and crumpled up with occasional threads of elastine.Lucy
Oz Girl - I'm glad you don't think it's cheating!It's a fine balance, I reckon, because if we restricted ourselves to photographing only things which we, ourselves, made . . . well, there wouldn't be many photos!None the less - I feel honour bound to contribute something extra or different . . . LucyLucy
Oh, P.S. Oz Girl . . . Good Luck with your search!Lucy
Welcome back, Gordon. I went over to your site wondering if there would be a 'happy on my holiday' poem but the tone was more sombre so I hope everything is ok.Scarf - I've bought a 'proper' camera now and some of the photos coming through are from that instead of from a phone. (Still struggling with it!) But maybe the camera does need to be wrapped in a scarf. Yesterday, I had a panic because everything seemed to have been wiped from it . . . and from a card already full (still can't access either properly) . . . and quite a few photos on one of my flash sticks have been damaged somehow (covered in bright stripes which obliterate the picture). At present, I'm blaming lightening because I can't think of anything else which might have attacked several kinds of media simultaneously . . . but, maybe they just needed a scarf!(Oh and the little memory stick adaptor gadget has stopped working too!)Meanwhile . . . welcome back!Lucy
Hello Prospero - you may not need scarfs often on Bermuda (or should I say 'in'?) but your flowers certainly are colourful. Really enjoyed looking at some of them on your blog.Lucy
Sujomi - creating children is certainly very . . . well creative! (Very important too!).Your comment has sent me off into wild ideas of a blog where only half pictures of people are shown. Very cheering and bizarre idea!Lucy
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