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I'd want to have taken my Decisiveness Pills before happening upon that last scene, Ms M. ;)
Your town looks so charming, if a bit confusing. Can we see more?
What lovely light, Ms.M. and what lovely words from Anon.Please let him know my Venice book arrived today (purchased from his review). I'm amazed by the US Amazonians; they delivered to my door here in Olde England four days after ordering and the books I ordered from the UK operation are going to arrive after Christmas. It's a strange world.
Haunting poem, Anon. Thank you xxooShell: There are a number of confusing intersections here. It's good to have coffee before driving someplace unfamiliar.Hiker: There are some charming parts, and some not-so-charming (like most places). Further down, this street has a lot of garish commercial strips. I'll try and gather more city shots.Thank you, Dive. N is pleased you got the Venice book so quickly. But it is strange that the US order came before the UK one, hmmmm....
I'm loving all of these shots—and the light is so beautiful in all of them. You're such a loyal visitor to my blog and I hope you know how much I appreciate that.
Thank you, Alexa, and glad you "stopped by". I really enjoy visiting your blog -- your photos are excellent, and portray such fascinating subjects/scenes!
Your commute seems a pleasant one, and from the light my guess is you go to work early! Merry Christmas, Ms. M.
Hi Petrea, yes, I do go to work early. The commute isn't too bad most of the time. (It's a piece of cake compared to the metro area where you live).Merry Christmas to you, John, and Boz!
Merry Christmas, Ms M!
A very Merry Christmas to you and Ella, too!
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