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Ohhh! thats a cool shot....I hope you can drop by at my corner too...
first time to see this...here's mine: http://www.walkonred.com/2008/07/weekend-snapshot-dine-in.html
A very interesting shot!My WS pictures are posted in these blogs:Le Kulitszie FamilieShutter HappeningsJenn Was HereHope you can drop by. Have a great week ahead!
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beautiful. i love the reflection on the water. thank you for the visit last week. hope you can come over again. have a great week!
What a serene, magical pic! Really love it!
That's very beautiful, Edward. I never saw anything like it before.
What a beautiful capture of an equally beautiful subject. And a bit of synchronicity, too. I've just been trying (w/o success yet) to post a link on my blog to some photos of the North Pender Island Lantern Festival. It's not a memorial event like this, but very striking effects as well. Love your poem; words as gentle as the setting.
interesting postMine is HERE
thats nice.. i wish u got a closer shot. =)happy ws! here is ours At Home and at the Carnaval.
Edward,The haiku is serene and quiet tinged with a little sadness with the memories of the departed - but the letters of love gave this haiku the heart.My feeling of the picture is ambivalent. There is a certain solemnity at one hand and a strange festive feel in the other. Like in the Haiku, the works on the papers stir great emotion.I wish you well.~ Jeques
That is a really nice shot! Good job!
that's so cute:) almost magical especially that it's night.. here's mine:) http://marites1034.bravejournal.com/entry/27133
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