Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Morning Glow

Why I don't mind that the dogs bug me to go walk early in the morning.


Taken May 24, 2009.

16 comments:

  1. Here Comes The Sun
    BEAUTIFUL PIC Andi.

    Farf--WOOHOO WHOOSHING WATER.
    Andi, You can massage my pics anytime.

    Breathes deep, then off to face the Sweat Hogs. 7 days!!!!

    Wonderful Weds. To All.

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  2. Jen, those Supremes didn't sing a song of equity. But those that tied the knot are still wed.
    Big CyberHug to Ya.

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  3. AndiF,
    The dogs know how to please.
    Lisa M, May the seven days rush by.

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  4. The seven days will rush by, Lisa, and then you'll be a lady of leisure (and writing) all summer - yippee! And the same to Jim -

    Speaking of summer - 99% humidity out there. I believe it has unofficially arrived in Florida.

    Thanks for sharing all of your beautiful nature pictures, folks - makes me feel like I'm right there with you.

    Errands today - and tackling that list of things that I don't wanna do, but just won't go away. Maybe if I close my eyes it'll go faster...

    Happy Hump Day to all!!

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  5. Morning Lisa, Head, and Farf. I'd say more but the dogs are already pointing out that it is Time. To. Go.

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  6. Morning, gang. In my world, the sun has hidden its head once again...probably in sympathy to those in California who have sense.

    It's off to the mimes for me in a bit. The Chief is on vaca this week, so I hope for an uneventful rest-of-the-week.

    Cheers!

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  7. Dogs are very wise...

    This photo is beautiful! Simply beautiful!!

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  8. Hi, all. Still recovering from Mayhem which was wonderful. Now back to dread reality.

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  9. Mornin!

    Andi, thanks for the tweak. I'll have to apply that to the RAW version & see if I have something suitable for printing & framing. I just threw them out there w/o any post-processing, because I'm feeling lazy at the moment. Besides, I have stuff to process from two other shoots, one of which might actually pay something.

    Equality will come. Knut couldn't stop the tide (and knew he couldn't); likewise, the knuckledraggers know their old certainties are like a sand castle at water's edge, soon to be washed away. They'll find some other group to feel superior to soon enough.

    Shiny side up to anyone going to the mimes! Lisa, hang on, you're almost there… Planet Georgia has been out for a week now, what's taking you guys so long?

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  10. That's a very cheerful pic. We're at last getting some sun peeking through today, so maybe the pic is a sign :)

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  11. Here's hoping for a quiet week, Maria.

    Thanks, Coneflower, from both me and the dogs. :)

    Sorry about the reality, Dina.

    Farf, glad I could help you continue to be lazy. ;)

    Mary, the sun has been playing hide-and-seek here all day but the clouds just got a lot thicker so I don't think it's working as a portent ... at least not locally.

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  12. Your attention to detail as you walk along is amazing. I'm usually to bust trying not to trip over my own feet.

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  13. Andi, that is beautiful! Wonderfully captured. Sunshine in a petal cup ... :)

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  14. Actually Toni, I trip a lot (and hit my head on tree limbs). But it's worth it.

    Thanks O. I owe it all to you and the fear-of-a-bright-light challenge. :)

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  15. Great shot, Andi. You've got some nice blooming things already. For us, permawinter finally seems to be over.

    I finished a court hearing today in which I represented someone going up against one the owners of FUBU clothing. It turned out fairly well but I'm glad that it's over.

    MM Friday.

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  16. We must be way ahead of you, b2, because the best of our wildflowes are over. Congrats on the case and the car!

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