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Me-Now-Views: Less Speak More Peek

There is an element of desperation about taking photos around one's home simply to make up a post or two. This is what I have fallen to for this and next week's views!








17 comments:

  1. Well YAM, I speak to thee from me, I love this post..truly. Cows, pops of color, shiny utensils, I say bravo!!!
    We have not been on a trail in almost a month no photos...maybe I'll follow your lead. I'm working on a hexagonal
    quilted festive centerpiece for tables...
    Hugs cecilia

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  2. But you have to know - we LOVE your beautiful photos!!!

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  3. I think it helps hone your composition skills....I love these shots!!

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  4. What is the green branch you are rooting?

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    1. Hari OM
      Umbrella tree...aka Scheflera. grows outside in OZ! Yxx

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  5. Like those new leaves sprouting near the window. (a peak into the outside world)

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  6. love the cow-photo... and I love the flowers... together they look da best ;O)

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  7. Just goes to show there is art in everything - it's about the eyes you look through. I love the kitchen utensils and that oxalis-y thing. My Mum used to grow that plant indoors. (Quite apart from loving the composition of picture itself, the utensils are of a style I grew up with and have a sort of generation to generation permanence about them), (F)

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    1. Hari OM
      The oxalis is in a little pot and seems to never want to die! It gets ignored from one end of the month to another and keeps on keeping on. I love the structure and colour. And I totally understand what you mean about the utensils! Yxx

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  8. Hi Yam - wonderful little collection of goodies to look at - a good calendar ... nature. While plants always give us so much ... the 'arrangement' looks fun - I love crocosmia ... reminds me of Cornwall ... take care and enjoy the bit of a break - Hilary

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  9. Beautiful shots! Your houseplants are so pretty.

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  10. I have been taking photos of things inside my house and in the yard for years.. i like seeing things and stories from inside homes.. looking forward to your housebound blog posts.. hope Ann sees this, she is running out of things to blog about

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  11. I recognise that calendar.
    Cheers! Gail.

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  12. On the other hand, most photos back then and even now don't show the daily things, the normal, the ordinary. Which is a shame, as even the most mundane things in the home can tell a story.

    Klem

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  13. Hi Yamini - Though you put up this assortment of photos of stuff around the home as a stopgap arrangement, they look so lovely and refreshing. Just shows how some things around us, which we take so much for granted, hide within them so much beauty! I liked those green plants on the windowsill and the green view from the window; and the crockery.

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