WYSIWYG

What You See Is What You Get. This is a journal blog, an explore-blog, a bit of this and that blog. Sharing where the mood takes me. Perhaps it will take you too.

Me-Now-Views; Less Speak More Peek

This is what one produces when confined to a single space for a protracted period and desperate to use the camera. The view from the desk, a few days in a row... plus one.









17 comments:

  1. You've had very changeable weather. The view out our windows right now looks like your snow covered one except all the ground is covered in over a foot of snow!

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  2. The string of shots looks like a documentary about changing times. My favourite is the last one--so glad to see your smile.
    Hugs. xx

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  3. all the seasons together... and to see the world through a dream catcher is a super idea ;O)

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  4. It looks like your part of Scotland has, as is the usual pattern, been quite a bit wetter than the east coast this week. Hope you see more sunshine soon!
    Cheers, Gail.

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  5. Hi Yam - fun to see ... beautiful view to look out at - while the dream catcher is always welcome ... cheers Hilary

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  6. These are great photos! I love the last one best!

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  7. Your desk has an amazing view! Love the dream catcher too. <3

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  8. I love each and every one of these and the biggest surprise at the end is my favorite. now you are acting like the Madsnapper.

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  9. OH YAM the last one is purrfect.
    Winter makes it hard to get out and about even over here in Dixie. We are 'allergic' to wind and cold. MOL
    Hugs Cecilia

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  10. We like the way photos taken from the same vantage point can document variations like that. Be careful though, you might be only two weather changes away from going completely barking. Fz and Pz Mr T

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  11. I LOVE your desk shots! I try to take photos from the same place on Cinnamon's and my morning walk. It is interesting to look back and see the changes from day to day, week to week and year to year. It is wonderful to see the changes!

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  12. Looks like Ontario: rain, snow, sleet and hail!
    Love to see your photo! Happy January!

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  13. That second picture appears to have a group of six or so standing shoulder to shoulder in the upper right?

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    1. Hari Om
      ...those are pine trees, Joanne... The taller of the hills are over 1600ft (500m), to give you scale. Yxx

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  14. Love the contrast from photo to photo, and oh, that beautiful smile:)

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  15. I feel your pain. Cousin has invited us to spend a few days at a beach house she is renting. Hope I can somehow get one of my cameras to work. namaste, janice xx

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