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Friday, September 25, 2009


Lucy Corrander - Oak - 27th August 2009 - Sony DSC-T77

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bentonflocke said...

Hello Lucy! Thanks for commenting on my blog! I´m sad you are having troubles by commenting on my photo blog! Comments are allowed - so I didn´t know why it didn´t work for you. Sorry!!

Also sorry, for my longer absence in commenting. But I always look at your beautiful pictures

Hermes said...

There is something really mysterious about Oak leaves, especially here against the sky.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Beautiful and lovely shots !! This is simply a great post !!Unseen Rajasthan

Lucy Corrander said...

Hello Bentonflocke.

I now know that if I can't access the comments on your 365 blog, I can leave them on your other one instead.


Lucy Corrander said...

Hermes - isn't that interesting! I never think of oak leaves as mysterious - rather the opposite, homely and reminding me of history . . . which is a comfortable feeling of continuity.

Quite as an aside - have you ever come across a children's programme called 'Oakey Doke'? The main character has oak leaves for ears.


Lucy Corrander said...

Hello Unseen Rajasthan.

A bit of a contrast with the photos on your blog! It's one of the wonderful things about blogging - that we can marvel at things which for others are ordinary and every-day. It makes the world smaller and yet more enticing.


Hermes said...

Thanks Lucy, I remember that expression but not a children's programme. Oak has a fascinating folklore and remember I don't live far from Glastonbury where the Druids still venerate it.

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