Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Hello out there

WOW! Thank you for all the comments, it was like Christmas reading the comments as they were mailed to me, it is so fascinating hearing about peoples normal lives and the fact that they are just the same but different to mine really makes me feel part of the world. It great that lots of you are looking forward to spending time with families or friends, put paid to the idea of a lot of sad lonely people hunched over their keyboards with not a soul in the world. Lots of interesting jobs going on, but most would rather be at home reading, drinking coffee or in bed. All of which I can agree with whole heartedly. Then there is the blogs, some I have seen a number of times, others I remember visiting and am glad I have rediscovered. My blog counter tells me each day where people have come from and now I can put a face to some of those visitors, Isabella, I always wonder who was visiting from Sweden and now I know. David loved your blog, I really hope all goes well, Suburbia, take it, it really is an excellent idea, and Nella after reading your blog I bet your morning coffee is fantastic and is not on its own, Gingerbread Biscotti perhaps?
So again thank you and if you feel you missed out pop back to the post and have ago, there’s no time limit. If you feel like doing it on your blog I can really recommend it, a last thank you to Marjolein who's idea it was in the first place.




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10 comments:

Polergirl said...

Another lovely photo! I'm imagining the White Witch aka Ice Queen from Narni just about to come along on her sledge, wearing red socks & singing jingle bells - erm time to stop imagining...

babooshka said...

Narnia sums this up. Sorry for not dropping by, things well have crashed as you know. It seems it's better to keep Jonaton ross in Hairspray and z list celebs in ballgowns than an artist in work. I'm very Bah humbug at the moment.
Laptop dead so on a beg borrow and steal basis at the moment. Keep up the stunning work. A;ways a lift to drop by.

Martin Rye said...

More snow coming. Head for them hills Brett and click away. Great shot there.

Suburbia said...

Your photo today sent shivers up my spine (and not just because it was snowy)I love it!! (still waiting gloomily here for some!)

Thanks so much for doing the lurky thing, I've had fun with mine too. (you notice I asked for permission to borrow it, but didn't wait for your reply before posting!! must catch that from the kids!)

Lisa B said...

love this shot, look forward to more when you have more snow - tonight/tomorrow by the sound of things :0).

Michaela said...

Oh jeez! That's just "wow". Have you read the short story "Harrison Bergeron"? Look it up on google. Basically, I'm so glad that your talent is not chained down. (You'll understand after you've read the story).

Ranger Faff said...

Compelling hypnotic photo, Brett. Reminds me of the scene in the opening titles to 'Secret Army'. There, showing my (considerable) age...

the eternal worrier said...

It does look like the titles of Secret Army. All the shots were along French streets, canals and tree lined roads. I think the last picture was of the sea as if that was the final escape. Great photo as usual Brett.

Monique Jervan-Chilton said...

I love your shots lately, so good. You always keep me inspired.

Emmie said...

magical! This reminds me of the chronicles of narnia - I can just imagine the snow queen whoosing down here! x

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