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Monday, September 04, 2006

Misty hillside


It's Labor Day, which means the opposite of what it sounds like - not a day to labor, but a day to rest (or in my case, do laundry!). So my camera is quiet today: this is a picture from last week or so, and here are a few more pretty scenes from around town.

By the way, if you are having trouble posting comments on my blog, it's because I've tmoved to something called "Blogger Beta." IT's full of bugs, but I can't switch back. Try selecting "other" or "anonymous" instead of using your regular identity! Or just send me an email! Thanks for your patience!

5 Comments:

Blogger afotografia said...

what a beautiful picture looks like a aquarel painting

10:59 AM  
Anonymous Lisi said...

oh Jenny I did have trouble leaving comments...I love your Goldenrod photo and this one as well...to me, you are particularly good at nature and flowers

Lisi

11:27 AM  
Blogger Bill said...

J: About the Iraqi war dead foto....that's my house! It's on Winchell Mtn Rd in Millerton. My daughter Caitlin who is interning for the summer at Quaker Cottage in Belfast, Northern Ireland (working w/ 'troubled' kids)somehow came across your blog while 'surfing' and sent me the link....Amazing........btw, I'm a Viet Nam vet, and am disgusted by what is being done in all our names by this illegitimate administration........Bill Breen/wbreen@gmail.com

1:18 PM  
Blogger Kate said...

Lovely colours! Nice!

7:31 PM  
Anonymous Stewart said...

Dear Jenny, I just saw this (sorry!), but was immediately struck by something. If not a passing ressemblance, it looks like a kind of twin to the garden scene I posted on this same day (4 Sept), don't you think?
Yours makes me think of Scotland, though. It would be intersting to put these two shots together, somehow, like saving it into "My Pictures".
Yesterday evening and even stronger this morning, my psychic, clairvoyant hotline is working overtime, which is tiring me.
I read the comment here from Bill, & I know it was one of the first, if not THE first, visits I made to ShDP. Remember, I said that was the dream house for me? Would you do something for me, if possible, please? Would you go see him & give him a big, warm, handshake & hug from an apatride (I officially declared my exile to be political, on top of the rest in March 2003 - thanks, Tony B-Liar)ex-Brit,who is his Brother-in-Peace. thank you.
Stewartxxx

4:49 AM  

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