I wonder how made one to return!The weather must be cold in this church
Oh I haven't had mulberries in years! Boy they sure look really good too and now my mouth is watering away. lolI like what you did to the Blokes and Scaffolding photo, very nice work using Paint Shop.You have some nice photos here and thanks for sharing them. This is my first time here visiting your blog.
this is beautiful, love the shadows.
Wow! Great shot! Quite appropriate!Excellent!!Thanks for your comments at Blogtrotter, where I finished my Greek Islands 2006 adventure with a post on Cretan Towns! Since it's Easter time, also made a post with some lousy pictures on Easter in Prague (1997) at Revival 90s.Enjoy your Easter Eggs and have a great weekend!Gil
BERGSON - well.....this one might be lost in translation.I'm not quite sure what you mean here...Anyone??
Hi Rosy,Thanks for dropping by.Yeah - how come you never hear about mulberries anymore?I've planted two in the back yard now - a white one and a black one.One day I will learn how to use Paintshop properly!
D - thanks!I was trying to convey a reflective quality (ie: reflective as in "thoughtful", not like as in "mirror").
GMG - it's killing me! The easter eggs are in the cupboard and I'm not allowed to touch them til Sunday!Although, I have some very nice consolation in the form of a chocolate hot cross bun.
This is a great photo. It could easily have been taken in Greece or Italy I think. Blinding sun, dry earth and a church gate. Thanks for dropping by the Liege city daily photo blog!
GREG - you are absolutely spot on!Blinding sun and dry earth!Summer (and Autumn) in southern Australia!
This one's a beauty, Letty. One of my favorites.
What a stunning and creative photo, Letitia! Love the shadows!PS: Thanks for your nice comment on my son's photos of the sky! It will be always a place to you on my house! Be my guest! Cheers!
Thanks PETREA - a little more subdued for me.SONIA - I was just walking along and there it was. Okay!I'm packing my bags - I'll be there tomorrow!
That's just gorgeous! I'll take blinding sun & dry earth over what we've got here...1st day of spring, 8 inches of snow. Festive.
CARLENE - Had enough of winter, then?You can understand why geese fly south!