Tuesday, July 3, 2012

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27 comments:

  1. Beautiful! That boat wreck photo is awesome!

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  2. I love that second picture! It reminds me of Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro!

    Jessica | Vixenelle

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    1. Thank you. Such a beautiful book and film.

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  3. One of our favourite areas to hang out and have adventures. Lovely photos!

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  4. I'm drinking in the sunlight here. Love Northern Exposure.

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    1. One of my favorite shows. I still watch reruns every now and again.

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  5. incredibly so, i do not plan holidays somewhere.
    but fortunately, there's stills, such as here.
    n♥

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  6. I'd never watched the TV show before, but great clip. I spent last weekend in Marin County and now I want to go back, because that's the feeling that your pictures evoke.

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    1. I think you'd like the show, Stacy. It might be worth hunting down some of the old DVDs.

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  7. Ah, Northern Exposure was great! Reminds me of my highschool days!

    xo
    cortnie

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  8. So many good memories in that show and a fair smattering of wisdom too. Loving the light in your pics - they are brightening up a gloomy winter's day here - thank you.

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    1. I hope the sun shines on you soon, Georgia.

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  9. Just did a little update here. The text didn't really make sense with these images, so I am simply leaving the images.

    Today is different, a white sky, but still very pretty. A pleasant change. And I think my lettuces needed a break from the sun.

    Hope your week is going well.

    Denise

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  10. so beautiful... i particularly love those horses!

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    1. I've loved those horses for a long time, Liz.

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  11. I want to be inside these photos! Incredibly beautiful, Denise.

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  12. Just happened to find your blog, lovely photography Denise.

    Paul

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  13. i felt like walking through there, with the morning sunlight coming in, seeing you ahead carrying your pen and paper, maybe a book... a slow and pensive summer day

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    1. You are correct, Amelia. Very perceptive. It was a slow and pensive day.

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