Saturday, February 4, 2012

Photo Hunt - Twigs and Flat

Gattina's Saturday Photo Hunting  - Twigs

also linking to Sepia Scenes


Sandi's Saturday Photo Hunt - Flat

A flat world


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22 comments:

  1. Both are nice photos. I really like the sepia. Happy weekend.

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    1. Thanks Annie. Sepia often changes the picture quite dramatically.

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  2. Hi Anne, two wonderful photos for the themes this week. I also love the sepia effect on your first photo. And a very creative choice for the flat. Reminds me of those great explorers in our history who dared to venture to discover other parts of the world.

    Have a wondeful weekend.

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    1. Thanks Trekcapri. The atlas was lying on the table - not sure how I would've interpreted flat otherwise. It was a tough one to do. I wonder how we would travel if the world was flat. And a good thing too that we had those great explorers who paved the way for us.

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  3. Hi Suzy, my apologies for calling you Anne. :) If only there was an edit button I could fix it. I think I need to get my second cup of coffee now.

    By the way I really like your blog. And such a great quote on your header.

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    1. No worries. Thanks for following me - I like your blog too. Walt Disney had some great quotes.

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  4. cool takes! and yes you have proved that the world is indeed flat!!

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    1. Thanks Magiceye. oh lol - A flat world - a scary concept.

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  5. Your twigs photo is lovely and your take on the flat theme is fun and creative. :)

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    1. Thanks YTSL - some very creative interpretations this time.

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    1. Thanks Rajesh - lucky it was right in my garden.

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  7. Those are both good shots for the themes. Flat maps made it hard for me to conceptualize geography. I remember holding a globe as a child and finally geography made sense to me.

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    1. Thanks Carver - my son says the same thing!

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  8. The twig picture is very creative !

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    1. Thanks Gattina - it really does look better in Sepia.

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  9. A very interesting twig photo, Suzy, and the old Mercator projection of the world reminds me of schoolbooks when I was a child. I always liked it because Canada looks so big!

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

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    1. Thanks Kay - yes, quite a different perspective on the flat. Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  10. Great photos for both themes... Love your flat world...

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  11. Very nice photos, especially I like the first one.

    Regards and best wishes

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