A Goddess on the mountain top, Was burning like a silver flame, The summit of beauty and love, And Venus was her name

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Comments (15)

not1word on April 24, 2010

First of all, proper attribution to Shocking Blue for the title. Now we can get on with the silliness, and simple serenity of a Salt Lake sunset.

spencer baugh on April 25, 2010

"You've got it,...oh baby you've got it." Photo that is. Nice photo. :)

not1word on April 25, 2010

Thanks! I'm glad you liked it, and even gladder that you stopped by, Spence.

Norrel on April 26, 2010

I like the title, not1word, since Shocking Blue was from The Hague in The Netherlands. Having said this, I like to tell you that your picture is a perfect match to the title.

Laurel211 on April 27, 2010

Very romantic Phil...didn't know you had it in you.

someGuyinmasset on April 27, 2010

He's full of surprises Laurel.

not1word on April 27, 2010

Hello, Norrel. I didn't know that about Shocking Blue. Now I do. And I thank you.

Well, Laurel, I really don't. It was someone else who wrote and performed the song. I merely appropriated it for my own purposes.

I'm a very boring person, Guy. No surprises here.

Sue Allen on April 27, 2010

And down below, on wobbling stool, there was a sight obsurd, with camera held in patient grasp, his name was not1word...and when at last the sun did flail and sink below the ocean, he stumbled off across the sands - poetry in motion.

Norrel on April 28, 2010

LOL Sue! Nice addition to the title!

kamalyn on April 28, 2010

I think we can change his name from n1w and Joy Bubbles to P.I.M. now!!!!

Norrel on April 28, 2010

Good evenin', Pim.

not1word on April 28, 2010

Sue, that was most kind of you to compose a poem for me on the spur of the moment like that. Thank you very much. Although, my motion probably isn't considered all that poetic.

Hey there, kamalyn and Norrel. Thanks for being part of the fun.

larry e walton on May 5, 2010

i was thinking bananarama, but we should give props to the originals.

Andrey S. Shulgin on May 16, 2010

you've got it:)

not1word on May 18, 2010

Actually, I sort of prefer Bananarama's version, Larry, but, as you say, we'll let the original folks have their moment of recognition.

Hi there, Andrey.

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