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7/31/2014 ~ Savannah across the River  A view of the Savannah, Georgia waterfront from across the river. The two paddlewheel riverboats are sightseeing/dining cruise boats. The gold dome is Savannah City hall. The large tan building is the Hyatt Hotel, and many of the old warehouse buildings are now hotels and apartments.   Thank you for the kind comments on yesterday's flowing water shot!
July 31, 2014  Bee on chaste tree bloom,  a nice photo to end the month of july.
Sunset  07/30/2014  Thank you for your comment.
Oh no, a human!  Jul 31 A deer, with me in his crosshairs!
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Thursday, July 31, 2014  "OPENING UP"  “Minds are like parachutes; they work best when open." ~ Thomas Dewar  SOOC; uncropped; flash didn't fire  Love, Gratitude, and Appreciation...........  "Horticulturally speaking, pink roses are a classic—they were the first color rose cultivated, since pink roses are most common in the wild. It went on to enjoy a long history in Western art and decoration before the Victorians went the whole nine yards with the pink rose’s sentimentalism, depicting it everywhere from wallpaper to upholstery to greeting cards. Since then, the world’s love affair with the blushing beauties has continued, but we now see it getting a more contemporary treatment in sophisticated bouquets."  "The pink rose has always been associated with feelings of love and gratitude, but as evolving cultivation techniques have created a wider array of pink rose shades, the meanings attached to them have become more nuanced. It’s said that darker pink roses are symbolic of gratitude and appreciation, while lighter pinks are associated with gentleness and admiration. All good stuff, which brings us back to the original point that you simply can’t go wrong with pink!"  ~ Reprinted texts from here: http://www.proflowers.com/blog/history-and-meaning-of-pink-roses  Have a "pretty in pink" day!  Martin and Sue King Railroad Heritage Museum 115 South Bayou Avenue Cleveland, MS  (photo taken 6/25/2014)  My Homepage: http://www.Godschild.smugmug.com
30.07.14 - Zip.........  This is my daughter Amy on a small zip-wire in a local park yesterday morning. She is a bit of an adrenaline junkie like me so this isn't the most exciting zip wire in the world, which explains her funny facial expression. But we did spice it up a bit by pushing and spinning the kids as they set off!  Thank-you for the comments on the Punch and Judy image yesterday. It is a very strange tradition, and I'm convinced if it was invented today it would be quickly banned as being subversive and dangerous!  Our Kickstarter campaign ended last night. We had asked for £2,000, but we ended up with £2,721 so a huge thank-you once again to everyone who supported us, even just by spreading the word; https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1690634677/tell-them-of-us
Squash blossom and friends, from our veggie garden...  Thank you for your views and comments, much appreciated!   Critiques welcome...  31 July 2014
Wild Montana Lupine and golden grass sweep the valley of Montana
07.31.14  A selfie:  The  Viking Warriorette with her mighty breast-plate Indigo ;-)   Interesting. When I  wore this hat at the UNM Cancer Center people looked at me and laughed and we started conversations. People loved the hat. At Huntsman? Totally the opposite. I felt like people were embarrassed for me. They'd quickly look away. No one commented. The one nurse acted.... I don't know.... obligated to say something nice.  Come on people. Lighten up! It was OK to look. It was OK to laugh. It was OK to talk to me. I know I looked silly, but I get tired of being serious.   Missing the staff. The Doctors. The people at UNM Cancer Center.  Next week. Would someone, please, come laugh with me?  Hats required attire.  ******  Note: It is against the rules to ever wear Jennifer, Juno or Indigo. Although with all that !BLING! Indigo would make an amazing Breast Plate.
Day 210: NY Skyline - The Sailing Lesson - July 31.  Love watching these little sailboats bobbing along together on the river.  I assume it is a sailing class.
Atlantic way -    The bridge on the atlantic ocean  in Norway.
Green bean blossom, from our veggie garden. A different view of the blossom I shared on Monday...  Thanks for your views and comments, much appreciated!  Critiques welcome...  30 July 204
July 26, 2014  A couple of month ago I was sitting in the house processing photos and I became aware of the winds howling outside.  I grabbed my camera and walked out the back door to see what was going on.  These amazing clouds were just over the house.  Shortly afterwards we got some much needed rain.  Have a storm-free day today my friends.  Linda http://lgood.smugmug.com
Queen Anne's Lace must like the rain because our rainy Summer seems to have brought out the best in them! I love that they are everywhere too. No need to look for gardens!  31/07/2014 A friend told me that QAL always had the burgundy little floret in the centre so I'm mistaking this flower for it.  Candytuft is a nice name and a pretty  flower too! Thanks Judy!  xxx
7/31/2014 ~ Savannah across the River

A view of the Savannah, Georgia waterfront from across the river. The two paddlewheel riverboats are sightseeing/dining cruise boats. The gold dome is Savannah City hall. The large tan building is the Hyatt Hotel, and many of the old warehouse buildings are now hotels and apartments.

Thank you for the kind comments on yesterday's flowing water shot!

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7/31/2014 ~ Savannah across the River  A view of the Savannah, Georgia waterfront from across the river. The two paddlewheel riverboats are sightseeing/dining cruise boats. The gold dome is Savannah City hall. The large tan building is the Hyatt Hotel, and many of the old warehouse buildings are now hotels and apartments.   Thank you for the kind comments on yesterday's flowing water shot!
7/31/2014 ~ Savannah across the River

A view of the Savannah, Georgia waterfront from across the river. The two paddlewheel riverboats are sightseeing/dining cruise boats. The gold dome is Savannah City hall. The large tan building is the Hyatt Hotel, and many of the old warehouse buildings are now hotels and apartments.

Thank you for the kind comments on yesterday's flowing water shot!

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