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Amelia Royan on February 16, 2011

"Now, I'm coming to gobble you up, Nick"

"Eat-me-when-I'm-fatter, I promise I'll tuck into some Maltesers if you just let me cross "

Trip, trap, trip, trap, trip, trap ...

Nick Weall on February 16, 2011

Hm yes very appropriate LGM :))) ~ I fell to temptation last night and scoffed half the packet! ~ However I'm now caught on the horns of a dilemma ~ do I continue to fatten myself up for the Troll or slim down for Spring???

Amelia Royan on February 16, 2011

Good afternoon diablesa, many thanks for you visit. I am very happy that you liked this one :))

Greetings from the UK, Amelia

Amelia Royan on February 16, 2011

Hi Jim, I'm sure that what you see as concern in Roxy's eyes, is just pure, unadulterated love :))

I think there are 2 Orcas here in fact ~ maybe I've been squinting for too long at this one :)

Glad you liked it Squire. The weather in Shropshire is variable, but we had a great day on Saturday :)

Cheers, Amelia

trikermike on February 16, 2011

Good day to you Bonnie wee Lass! the sun is shining here now, WHOOPPEEEEE!

I have been to the fishmongers and seen an Orca imitating a little red bridge I just managed to catch it leaping cos aa waved me smoked salmon at it!

If you squint and concentrate on the head end, you can mebbe see worraamoanaboot!

Amelia Royan on February 16, 2011

If I were you Nick, I'd trip trap over this bridge PDQ, and forget about the Maltesers until you get to the other side :)

I hope the horns are not too uncomfortable, these dilemmas make terrible easy chairs!

Nick Weall on February 16, 2011

Butt how will I get back???

Amelia Royan on February 16, 2011

If you zoom in you'll see another bridge. Now, I happen to know that there is only one troll in this vicinity; so here is the plan:

Trickle what remains of your Maltesers over the bridge, trip trap trip trap, and than make a dash for the other bridge. One small step for man etc.

This solves both of your problems:

  1. You will escape from thee troll's clutches

  2. You will automatically slim down for spring

QED ;))

Nick Weall on February 16, 2011

PDQ ~ QED ~ LGM ~ I'm baffled ~ also there seems to be some role reversal here Macro Goat btw ~ not that I'm complaining ~ butt could I not just borrow the Norski Booties ~ which would speed my passage and muffle the noise of the ttt ~ then I might be able to save my Maltesers to fuel my dash to the enormous bridge beyond ~ BFN

Amelia Royan on February 16, 2011

PDQ - pretty damned quick ... quod erat demonstrandum.

A reasonable solution to the troll problem Nick, but what about the spring slimdown?

As far as (t)roll reversal is concerned, don't worry, it won't affect your ability to hold a camera :)

Maybe a better solution to the problem, rather than borrowing my bootees, is to play this loudly, the troll will be entranced, and will no longer get your goat!

Nick Weall on February 16, 2011

My tongue was firmly in my cheek dearest LGM along with several maltesers and upon returning to my little hovel I find that I had actually scoffed less of the offending items than my midnight trip had suggested ~ Thank goodness for Val Doonigan ~ he has saved the day ~ although I was rather fancying a prance in your booties :))) Lastly I'm most relieved to know that me verticals and horizontals will remain as they ought to be :)

mbe21 (On A Break) on February 16, 2011

Lovely Snow scene Amelia, hopefully these are fading now for another year. Mick

Amelia Royan on February 16, 2011

Thanks Mick. There is still a lot of snow in the east of Norway, and it is very cold in the southwest, but as we're in the UK at the moment, I can only tell you this second-hand via the photos of others, and the Norwegian weather forecast. The snow will probably stay in Drammen at least until the end of March, but they get fresh snow on many days, so it stays nice and clean :)

Cheers, Amelia

John de Crom on February 17, 2011

Very beautiful and good picture LIKE Amelia. Greetings from Holland John.

Amelia Royan on February 18, 2011

Hello John, as always I appreciate your visits and lovely compliment. I am very happy that you liked this photo :)

Groetjes, Amelia

Teunis Haveman on February 27, 2011

Hallo John

Beautiful Compo

LIKE

Gr Teunis

Amelia Royan on March 1, 2011

Good afternoon Teunis, I'm pleased you liked my photo. I think there is still snow in Drammen, but spring is arriving in England :))

Greetings, Amelia

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on February 11, 2011
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    by Amelia Royan
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D40
    • Taken on 2011/01/20 15:43:12
    • Exposure: 0.004s (1/250)
    • Focal Length: 42.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/8.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO200
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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