Wednesday, August 12, 2009
Life in Bloggingham Palace,
That's so beautiful. Buildings in the clouds, in my head, anyway. Love at you, lady.xoxo
Beautiful! What an optimistic & visually breathtaking post. :)
Glad to hear you're feeling a little more upbeat. :)
Tilli - I suppose you could look at it both ways. Love to you across the pond as well.
Autumn - You should have seen the stares as I drove slowly through lunchtime traffic hanging out the window with my camera pointing upward. People were giving me evil looks thinking I was a NARC or something.I can amuse myself so easily.
Kitten - I was down?
Very good Mimi...thanks.
Those building make me feel like I have stepped into a Pink Floyd album cover!
Some see steel and glass ... others see panoramic grace.I guess it depends on which eye you have open.(( wink ))
A lovely reflection. In more ways than one.
Those are beautiful shots. Love it. Sounds like you are feeling better. Must have been the TLC I gave ya after fainting at my place LOL
Beautiful shots Mimi. I think I shot some of the same buildings recently. My daughter and I were killing time in Greensboro where we were picking up my sister on the way to a family reunion in the mountains. Naturally my daughter's flight into RDU was ontime so we arrived at Greensboro to discover my sister was having a 4 hour delay in Laguardia. We went into Greensboro to hang out and I had my eyes peeled for a lady wearing a crown and a pencil skirt. No luck. But I did get some good downtown Greensboro shots.
Julie Girl - You could use a little looking up today, if you catch my drift...
Starrlight - It was the nitrous gas. I just thought they were buildings. I just thought I saw clouds...
Eric - "Panoramic grace"..a lovely phrase. I'm wide open with both eyes, however.At the moment.
Charles - Thank you. It was hard not to use the word reflection in the post. Too obvious. (We all know how subtle I am. lol lol..that just cracked me up)
Thom - I missed the TLC. I was out like a light.You didn't set my hair on fire or something, did ya?
Svem - I see ya.Smile.
Carver - If you've seen one building, you've seen 'em all....and clouds pretty much the same. I will check out your shots! (hoping you didn't take one of me falling out the window somewhere.)It's a hazard.I really should buy more insurance.
When did you redecorate the palace? It did not look like that when I was there....
You know, II like the concrete and steel for some reason. Freakish right? I'm glad it's looking up for you. May you soar.
Wonderful shots Mimi! :)
No, the people who saw you with your camera probably just thought "Oh, it's Mimi Pencilskirt."
Bond - There were more trees then....
Ricardo - Soaring!! Thank you.
Akelamalu - The sky was awesome that day.
Jean-Luc - Will you bring bail money?
Feeling cool, smiling :)
Love the photos! Really, they are gorgeous. But then, I'm a City Mouse. I appreciate the way architecture reaches into the sky. So in my world, it's not "despite" the interruptions, it's cuz of them. But then, as a City Mouse, I don't have deer in my backyard. Hell, I don't even have a yard. Thank you for the beautiful shots.
Svem - I see ya there....
Gal - I can appreciate both really. But I couldn't tolerate the smog in a big city...UNLESS....I could escape everyday to a little piece of land with trees at night. That would work.
Great angles on the photos.And let me tell you...the Santa hat really doesn't take that much of the skeery out of the orangy photo.
I can't begin to tell you how awesome these photos are Mimi!
Travis - I'll try bunny ears...
Misty Dawn - Coming from you that is quite a compliment. Thank you!
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