Wednesday, June 3, 2009

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a bicycle swaggers
along the sea's edge - the drunk
and his seagulls
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17 comments:

  1. This brought a smile, Dalloway....occasionally such scenes make me want to be a man! :)

    wishes,
    devika

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  2. thats a very funny comment Devika - I cant stop laughing

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  3. That was funny Dev :) Emma I could just picture it, even though I am many miles form the ocean. Very good!

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  4. hello, and I put the video tutorial on edges hope you serve if you have more questions please tell me, please followers greeting

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  5. Wonderful image Emma - I think I know this guy... :)

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  6. A very funny haiku Emma. I like the way that you cut the middle line, which gives the poem a splendid cadence. Devika your comment is priceless.

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  7. Great scene, Dalloway; it would make a fine opening shot for a film. "swaggers' (rhymes with "staggers") is an inspired choice.

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  8. Oh, habe you been with us last holidays? Sorry, didn't see you. Unfortunately ...

    Best wishes
    Ralf

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  9. Very funny picture you are showing Emma, I think I have to place your weblog on my site, hope dont mind :)

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  10. Thanks all!

    Frank, Bill, I appreciate your comments - they help me figure out what works, many thanks

    Gracias Gari!

    Ashi - thanks for the link! - btw I love Denmark, I wish I could be sat on the beach at Helsingor on a pleasant summery Danish afternoon enjoying a great Danish beer - actually it says its 7 degrees at the moment - I might wait a while - perhaps visit the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art instead

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  11. love this haiga; Devika's comment makes me remember when i was little girl, and it rained; seeing the boys shirtless, playing in the rain, and wishing i could be a boys so i could play in the rain too

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  12. youre right, that hardly seems fair, Gillena

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  13. Lovely. This could work anywhere. I've seen it enough times in my hometown.

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  14. love this.
    what an image.

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