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There is a crack in everything That's how the light gets in

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Glad the old girl is back. Thanks.

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Ramona's wing expansion should she wish to fly
Sassafras leaf
kids touching a shark
my attic bedroom by the sea last summer
spoonleaf sundew, carnivore baby
another carnivore, pitcher plant
15th Jan 2015, 00:56  

MaggieD says:

Lovely set of photos
Love the diversity of subject :)

15th Jan 2015, 21:01

swamprose says:

Thanks MaggieD. I don't post much but I admin a lot--delete things, and generally watch over things, along with Rich. Photos are all over the place because when you don't post much, there's a lot to choose from. Thanks for the highlight. It was the best photo of the lot. Still a thrill.

15th Jan 2015, 23:24

LynnDouglas says:

I love the attic shot. You can almost feel the breeze!

16th Jan 2015, 22:06

EJ says:

Lovely eclectic series. The attic window reminds me of Andrew Wyeth's Wind from the Sea

17th Jan 2015, 19:07

MaggieD says:

SR, a big thank you for all the admin, it keeps the site going. If it were not for you, Rich, Viv and the other behind the scene crew I think the Old Girl would have hobbled off into internet oblivion swamped by spam and trampled by Trolls.



21st Jan 2015, 18:26

swamprose says:

Maggie, she not thaaaaaat old! Still lots of life in her. And so many ties now all over the net.

21st Jan 2015, 19:49

crickson says:

Poor shark... :-(

Plus that window looks positively spooky....

2nd Feb 2015, 17:28

swamprose says:

Crickson, in Canada you can't fish sharks without a special license, so this was a big deal. They caught seven sharks, and the whole town came to see, along with the guys from Canadian Shark Research Lab. The scientists don't get much chance to weigh, measure sharks. They spent a lot of time explaining sharks to the kids, who then asked if they could touch a shark. Sharks feel rough. And no, that attic window was anything but haunted--bright, old wide pine plank floor, a sea chest, and it overlooked the harbour. I loved sleeping there.

3rd Feb 2015, 06:43

Dhamaka says:

lovely series, however random they may be

5th Feb 2015, 20:34

Love them all and so glad you're hovering with viv & Rich et al xxxxxxxx

7th Feb 2015, 20:16

Oh...... Adore...
Random :P xx

7th Feb 2015, 20:17

Craft says:

Love the leaf x

17th Feb 2015, 20:42

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