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Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Take-off!

This is my first blog and entry! I take many photos and enjoy the freedom that digital photography offers. I have been known to manipulate pictures in a humorous way on occasion (ahem)...and also have dabbled with animation. Some of my photos have inspired my poetic sense, and I will attempt to share some of these on this blog.

Thank you to Flighty for suggesting I gave this a go!

6 comments:

  1. Thanks for the mention, and welcome to the wonderful world of blogging!
    For me enjoying doing it is the most important part as there seems little point otherwise.
    I'll give this blog a linked mention in my weekend entry.

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  2. Thanks very much Flighty for the first ever comment on my blog, and the linked mention on yours...and to think I can be a lawn lounger in London :) I hope it warms up soon, though. I guess you'll be able to use the term, "the plot thickens" as your plants grow...

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  3. Hello there Glo! Its a lovely idea for you to document and share your talents. Its like a tidy treasure box on a screen! :o)
    I hope you enjoy your blogging although I am sure you will!
    I'll put a little link on my blog for you too then you can be both in the South of the UK and the North all at the same time!
    You might wish to change your settings so that people form different blogging platforms can comment. I'm sure Flighty will help you with that if you decide to do it.

    http://daffy.wordpress.com/

    Serenity is only a blog address I use so I can comment on Blogger blogs.
    regards daffy

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  4. Serenity ~ So nice of you to drop by and leave me such a lovely comment. I am still finding my way around here, trying options with varied degrees of success...Thanks for adding me to your blog link. :)

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  5. Good luck with your blog, I love doing mine. I really like the animated frog across on Flightys. I have also developed more of an interest in photography and seem to take more time with the camera in the garden these days, then I do actually working!

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  6. Thanks for the welcome, Louise. I know exactly what you mean re the camera. The macro and supermacro options show an amazing world. Glad to hear you are enjoying your blogging experience.

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