Looking for meanings in words, images and sounds
Fascinating for the theme, really like it… 🙂
😉 it makes me happy to hear this. Good night, Drake.
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Sleep well, Paula… 🙂
Beautiful colours and patterns Paula 🙂
😀 Thank you, Debs. Good night.
Such a sense of movement, Paula. Excellent.
😀 I am pleased that you like it Janet. I think I will never use my mobile phone again as a way to communicate on my blog. So many comments remained unanswered. Shame on me!
Not to worry, Paula. Everyone is busy and should take time away from their devices anyway. 🙂
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Lovely blurry image, Paula. It did make my eyes go a bit funny, trying to make out the animal in the middle. 🙂
Love the blend of colors! 🙂
Great shot for an interesting blurry image, Paula. 🙂
That’s a relief to hear it from you dear Lisa. I hate my mobile phone. I was sure I had replied to you before.
No worries. 🙂
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🙂 if you say so, Harrie
Fabulous capture Paula!
Buona Pasqua, Paula…
Good morning, Paula, and a happy, relaxed Easter to you 🙂
A fun photo for this theme.
Sure is blurry. I presume it is a dog although in the blur it looks like one of our wild pigs.
It’s a dog 😀
like the blur – and love the color – and your humor “rocks” 😉
😉 thank you, Yvette
Enjoyed both, the song and the pic ! 🙂
Very cool, it’s hard to get a good shot when you try this technique but you’ve managed to to do it! Great shot Paula
🙂 😉 (it was an accident)
An impressionist painting (taking up much less time to execute!).
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😀 I appreciate it Patti 🙂
Honestly, I delete almost every blurred shot I take. 🙂
I am sure you do. I don’t even see all the shots I take.
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