An attempt to convey meanings through words, images and sounds
This is a great photo, Paula! 🙂
Gorgeous photo Paula.
Feel free to delete this but…
It might be my computer but when I tried to click on ‘full post’ in WordPress Reader what came up was an audio file but no photo. Coming to your blog site I see the photo.
That’s odd, and it is even odder that I only see this comment of yours now – my fault entirely Sue – when I came back from Slovakia I went to Slovenia for 4 more days, and I got lost in the backlog comments. I am counting on you to tell me if this happens again. Thank you
I will definitely watch for it Paula. I appreciate any feedback if you see something weird or am error on mine too. In my case it takes a village to keep a blog going. 🙂
No problem Sue 😀
Good to see you back Paula. Hope you are well rested 🙂
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Hello dear Colline 🙂 Rest would not accurately describe it, but I had the change I needed 😀 Missed you….
Missed seeing your posts too \;)
Yer back ! – are you sufficiently rested ? Calm, nicely-spoken ? Goob. In that case I shall seek out sumpn to post. 😀
Nicely-spoken? Me?! – Never :D. You know the English proverb “Change is as good as a rest” – I have taken it to a completely different level, but it was a very welcome change. I have missed you guys, and am planning to spend a lot more time here from now on 🙂
That’ll be nice !! 😀
Welcome back Paula. I hope you had a nice break. Very nice details in your photo.
My last 3 posts are in B&W. You are free to choose the one you prefer.
Awww… thank you Draco. I am rushing over to your place now 🙂
Welcome back Paula , with this spectacular B&W!
Hope you’re fine and rested….
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Good to have you back Paula, and with a gorgeous and striking b&w. I have a little sepia number for you: http://travelwithintent.com/2014/08/03/paris-of-bygone-days/
Thank you so much dear Debbie. I was planning to be here on Sunday, but my holidays were extended 😀
Lovely to have you back, Paula! ❤ Great layers and thank you for the music on this gorgeous Sunday.
STOR KLEM, Hanne
You’re quick off the mark! 🙂 I popped in to leave a ‘hope you had an amazing holiday’ message and here was a post, already (scheduled, I expect). I thought it was a candidate for ‘zigzag’ initially (this week’s WP theme). It’s never easy to settle back after a holiday so catch up slowly. Hugs!
Hi Jo 🙂 I’m in Slovenia now, coming back tomorrow. The post was scheduled. I got food poisoning in Slovakia, got home early to recover for two days and then decided to go to Slovenia for three days :D. Looking forward to catching up with you as of Wednesday. Hugs…
Doesn’t sound quite the perfect ending to your trip, Paula 😦 Take care!
A beautiful photograph, Paula! Very neatly composed.
Coucou Paula ! Contente de retrouver tes photos et ton univers 🙂
Thank you kindly, Lumar.
Who would have thought a cactus could be a soothing image?
😀 Thank you, Hilary 🙂
Beautiful image, Paula. Nicely done.
🙂 Really appreciate it Emilio. I have been away… will catch up soon…
Thank you, Suzanne 🙂
Hey! You’re back in action with some wonderful B&W. I hope you’ve had a great holiday! 🙂
Hi Max 🙂 It did not go without problems, but what an experience all in all. Hope you are doing ok. Will come over soon.
Thank you very much Allan. It is a small and delicate Bromelia about 5 cm tall 🙂
Beautiful Paula! the B&W seems to have enhanced the textures. Love your choice of music as well. Enjoy your Friday 🙂
The music is a wonderful accompaniment to contemplation of a spectacular image. It encourages extended looking: an opportunity to notice different serrations; the way the light falls; the striations and the spottings; the water droplets; the gleam; and those curls within curls at the centre. Thank you for slowing me down in the mania of packing up my Warsaw life.
Do you like songs in French, Meg? This is a tiny bromelia (about 5 cm tall at most) I am happy you liked it.
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