These are most endearing heartwarming sun shiny photos ever considering the sun is no where to be seen...as they say in Little League, Good Eye!hugsSandi
I had to just keep staring, trying to figure out those charming images and then I read underneath. Those are a real treat!
Reflections are so often really intersting. They show you the world in a different way.
Amazing artsy photos Merisi.I love how you see life.I think my computer is back in business for now. I'm so grateful that my son got my photos backed up. I was so afraid I had lost them.I love coming here and seeing your work. Thanks for sharing.Sue
Merisi, I would back up those photos some place else definitely.My son says Microsoft and Google/Picasa aren't friends anymore. Don't know what's in store and I am still using Picasa and Google Chrome. It was more complicated to blog from Picasa. My whole format has changed. (Why, I don't know)I can't hit the "Blog This" tab in Picasa now. Its not there. I have to make an album of the pictures I want to post then go into Blogger dashboard and make a new post from there and upload and download. I don't even know what I am doing but I did get the pictures posted. Then I went back and eliminated the new album. I already had the pictures in other files. It seems to then free up more space on the drive. Gosh...I almost sound like I know what I'm doing!! NOT!
The yellow and pink Pegasus (Pegasi?) from my spring post of today would fit in nicely with this display. Happy Spring, Merisi!
Thank you for bringing some spring mood to me!
Sandi,thank you very much! :-)Mary,thank you! :-)Charles Gramlich,indeed! :-)Photowannabe,thank you!I'll have to look into that Picasa story (I am actually paying Google a storage fee!).
Zosia,spontaneously, I'd talk about "a pink and a yellow" Pegasus (Poseidon and Medusa would be quite surprised to hear that their son has been cloned or Chrysaor turned into a winged horse like his twin).My father loved to tell stories from Greek and Latin mythology. To this day I remember one winter morning when I actually saw a red winged horse fly over the roof of our house. No one believed me then, but I remember that event to this day!Vreni,I am grateful for that! :-)
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