You are very poetic, Tony!
I can't believe you are already that far into Monday over there. Amazing.
Thank you, Mary Alice.
As for monday, here is a shot a took almost 9 hours ago, at 6:12am Monday 19th!!
Cheers, Tony in New Zealand
Is that a kind of dietary supplement? or is it another kind of chocolate brownie mix, purporting to be slimming substance?
I am unsure MaryAlice
before you laff your sox off, choose a handful of YOUR pictures to put into my book(let) please, something you would like to see a rhyme about on these pages, I know yer beezee, but aam in no hurry, not now the printer publication company has viewd the samples and are considering using the work.
My plan is to look for sponsor(s) now, to raise the necesarry funds, for the thing, by offering advertising on the covers and jacket of the BOOK(let)-clever, huh?
great tuesday too yer, take care
How about the big blue train, Suzi and Casper together, and the one of Greg Jr. Landing on the pond. ( the mallard duck)
How about those three? Would they be to your liking?
If not, or if you have any better choices, just let me know. I will be happy with whatever makes you happy. =)
I hope you are doing well today.
Evening, ** M A**. I have a shot of a building next to a railway line, built in 1929, for you to look at. Enjoy!
T in NZ
I'm on my way over, Big T! =)
Great contrast of America, Mary Alice, after watching today´s pictures from Washington this is completing the image of this great country in my head... ;-)) (I don´t know if it´s allowed to say that the side of your country you present here is the one I like more...?).
However, great image again, the double row of trees in the middle of the picture caught my eye, surely not growing naturally in this order, what an effort was made to get a beautiful sight in former days, but now all is abandoned... Your pictures are sometimes not beautiful in a common sense, but the way they are telling stories which makes them really outstanding in my opinion.
Greetings from Germany, Peter
You have such a way with words, my good friend.
I am so pleased that you see so much in my shots.
Of course it is allowed to say that you like my side of the country better! It is allowed and MOST APPRECIATED.
It is quieter and more peaceful here. There is not so much noise. No crowds or big building.
I seek to escape the hurry and rush of the rest of the world. I could photograph those parts of our area, but why? I portray this area the way I wish that it was. I leave out the busy places. There is too much of that anyway.
My gallery is where you would go if I gave you a tour of my favorite places and things. =)
I am so happy that you like what you see, and am honored that you spend so much tie observing the little things that also bring me such joy.
It is always such a pleasure hearing from you, and I thank you again for your thoughtful visit here.
I hope you are doing very well, and that you enjoy the rest of your week to the fullest.
With warmest regards,
Beautiful picture.Greetings from Romania.I invite you to -my february contest
Greetings, Bubu-Pescar, and thank you very much for your kind words. I am very pleased that you enjoyed this shot.
Greetings from the USA,
or planks!, I guess it does'nt matter much now
How are you today?
Yes, Planks indeed! There's not a whole lot left of these tracks, but the character remains. =)
I'm very happy for your visit, and hope that you have a wonderful week ahead.
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