Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Wordless Wednesday....Stoned



Venice



Connamara, Ireland...with a cow



Ephasus, Turkey



Camden, Maine



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45 comments:

  1. Lovely! Visiting Venice is on my bucket list.

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    1. then maybe I shouldn't mention that I hope to go back again in October?.. ;-)

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  2. Oh, well, you've outdone yourself with these exquisite tetured pics... And yes, I loved Venice too for the potential photos around every corner.

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    1. This are few places in Venice that do not call out to be photographed.

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  3. Awesome images. The cow is one of my favorites.

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  4. Fantastic shots! My other thought was Everybody must get stoned :) I would love to travel to such beautiful places.

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  5. Wow! Excellent shots ~ love all the texture of the stones ~ thanks, namaste, ^_^

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  6. Beautiful photos, yours are always so sharp and clear :-)

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  7. All of these are wonderfully appealing in their way. I truly love stone, my real job is the art of setting stone, I've done kitchens, baths, entries, patios, fireplaces, the more creative I can be the better I love it, as otherwise it's hard dirty work, but the effects are so lasting that it's much more rewarding to be able to treat stonework as art :)

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    1. wow, I did not know that...that is so cool.

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  8. my daughter is there now!!!

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  9. beautiful places but the last shot is my favourite.

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  10. These are awesome pics! I really like Venice and Maine!!

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  11. Beautiful! My favorite is the Connemara picture!

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  12. WOW you take stunning pictures .x

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  13. I love all of these pictures. That cow has definitely figured out the camouflage thing.

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  14. Lovely collection of stone. I especially like the cow in Ireland :)

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  15. Awesome series. Love the theme.

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  16. I love your theme! These are great shots.

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  17. what a nice tour that was ..

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  18. Nice series! I love, love, love Venice.

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  19. Beautiful photos! I was in Venice last year, right around this time -- and yes, bountiful photo opportunities. :)

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  20. I got the guessing game right on most of the pictures. But I think the "stoned" cow is my favorite.

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  21. Nice! Our latest YA title, "Spectral" by Shannon Duffy, is partially set in Venice, so the first picture got me right off the bat :)

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    1. Did I mention, I like Venice , yes maybe I did..lol.

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  22. Love the textures on all of them, and the "stoned" cow is quite amusing :)

    I would have not guessed the last one was Maine without the caption.

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  23. Such variety! And I almost didn't even see the cow!

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    1. Yes, that is why I mentioned him. I imagine he does not get his pic taken often, and I wanted him to have his moment in the sun...or rain.

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  24. Gorgeous photos. The cow blends right into the rock.

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  25. Those are great photos. Thank you for sharing them!

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  26. Can't decide which one I like best. Probably the cow b/c it made me giggle. But the last one captured me. :)

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  27. That first one blows my mind! Beautiful.

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  28. Oh my goodness! Those are gorgeous, I especially love the Venice photo. Also the textures are fabulous!.

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  29. Love the pics. The cow in Ireland looks like a statue!

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  30. Love the diversity of images, all linked by your theme -- very cool!

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  31. Beautiful pictures- that cow looks like he's camouflaged in with the rocks!

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  32. What a great variety of stones (including all those colors in the lighthouse foundation). You've traveled to some wonderful places, Caite!

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  33. Oooh, wonderful photos as always. I loves stones! We brought back a few from Maine to add to our collection. TBG found one that looks like Oklahoma. Why? I don't know, he liked it so we brought it home.

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