Just in case you miss Flickr, this is right up my street.
Love this. Wouldn't mind spending an afternoon there on a blanket with a good book.
Hello Faye, I'd like to thank you for your visits and kind words in the comment box over at my place... and also let you know that I spent a wonderful long moment yesterday afternoon looking far back into your blog pages here, and having just a simply fine time discovering your photographs... and enjoyinng your exquisite sense of humor.Absolutely love all your old barn photos, and the big bird doing the hokey pokey, and the sea gull scared by a sea serpent so badly he was forced to decorate a rock, and many, many others. My 11 year old daughter loved your pictures too, and she is not easy to please when I try to show her blogs... she loved your squirrel on a piece of dead wood.One of your photos that I particularly enjoyed was the partially submerged shopping cart. Oh joyous day ! I thought I might have been the only person to have ever photographed a shopping cart that had gone for a swim, but now I know that in you there is a kindred soul out there in the universe. My swimming shopping cart photo is in a post called "The End of the World" which you can find in my September 2008 posts, which is when I first started blogging. The link if you like is :http://magiclanternshowen.blogspot.com/2008_09_01_archive.htmlAnd then just go down a few posts... there weren't many in September... I hadn't gotten up to speed yet. Anyway, I really love your work, and will certainly be visiting as often as time permits, am adding a link to you in my list of blogs so I can find you faster... What an amazing eye for poetry in pictures you have... a true pleasure looking through your pages. I got as far back as 2007, but had to run to work. Don't know when you started, but am going to continue going back in time to the beginning of your posts very soon... Again, many thanks to you Faye for contributing to increasing the sum total of beauty and happiness in the world...
This is beautiful! Amazing what God comes up with, eh? And you have captured it here so wonderfully!
I will have to Follow the Yellow Brick Road. Wonderful Faye. What a carpet.
This is spectacular. Awesome photo. I love it.
Not quite the Yellow Brick Road, but it must a very nice road to spend some time meandering down.
Yahh...In India you can get colorful flowers in road side but getting this kind of landscape is little difficult these days.Nice one I must say!
Wow, so amazing.
Absolutely stunning...what a wonderful find.
Or a yellow brick road. No brick just flowers...but LOVELY just the same!Gorgeous shot!
That is beautiful, Faye-as is the shot of the boats in the fog in your last post.
Road from flowers!Beautiful! ;)