Photos, always...and coffee forever
wow...what an amazing picture....
An unusual image, well captured...
along with an ocean of pain.
I can see many of these captioned photos as greeting cards. Every thought about starting your own line of them? They are unique enough (not expressing the same trite messages that are on most cards) that you could have your own niche and do well with them. There is a woman here locally who produces her own cards, and I see them in some of the cafes and gift shops.
Hi, Lorraine,I just thought I'd drop over from Geraldine's blog. I know that I will enjoy following you. I love the photographs, and words you have written to go along.I also checked out your cat blog, it's nice to meet other "cat people". One of your black cats looks quite abit like my black cat - Arthur.I see you are from Quebec, my son lived in Montreal for 11 years, and loved it there. He dreams of returning to Quebec to teach.I just wanted to let you know I am one of your newest followers!Cheers!Brenda
I really like this, but can't figure how you did it.
music flowssensed from the silencethis rhythm__In this senryu, I wish you an easy lilt. _m
Thanks Brian, I had fun playing with it ;)Thanks very much Frankmmm you knew, Trevor :)What a generous comment Tim, SO many things I could sell...butOh Brenda how lovely of you, welcome I'm so glad and thank youSandy, I like to play on Picassa3 now they have a new option called Edit in Picnic and you can do all sorts of frame, the colours well I blended so many I couldn'ut honestly tell you which one, Well thank you Doug, that's mighty kind
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