Saturday, May 01, 2010

On What Grabs Our Attention



It's my turn again at Vision & Verb, where you can figure out what this is all about!

It's also the day I fly back to Holland, arriving tomorrow:
Atlanta to Chicago to London to Amsterdam.
It'll be a looooooog day!

But I am so ready to see my sweetheart again!

8 comments:

  1. Hmmmm. Before I got read there I figure the horse's mane got caught in a fence?? Call it "entangled" perhaps ;)

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  2. CS: I'm not sure which of the 4 horses I saw got a good scratch, but maybe all of them? :) Entangled makes sense, too.

    Chasity: I hope not. I'm hoping it was just a good scratch. :)

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  3. What a fabulous photo, Ginnie! Have a good flight and a happy homecoming! I'm going in the other direction at the same time...will be in touch with you from Western Canada.

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  4. Lovely macro shot of some animal. I won't peak yet.. Hope you have a great trip home and yes I want to go back too!!! Can I hop along last minute???

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  5. In every life a great novel. What adventures you've had! My head is spinning. But there you are with your feet firmly on the ground, your brave, optimistic attitude and good soul... and all I can do is smile. You're an inspiration, did you know? Belated but sincere congratulations and the best of wishes to you and Astrid for a long and happy life together.

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  6. I'm assuming that you are back in the netherlands safely. I see that the ash cloud is interrupting flights again, but probably not in your location. It's tulip time here, Ottawa has a wonderful display, all bulbs donated by Holland bulb growers in recognition that Canada gave refuge to the Dutch Royal family duruing the war. But we have recently had some horrible stormy weather so i think it's probably blown the tulips to bits.

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  7. It's Hay or Grass on a barbed wire.
    NO DOUBT.
    Do you hear me?

    If not - then it's new Photo Trick;)

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