Monday, November 19, 2007

Post Of The Day

All your perceptions of the reverence normally associated with Britain's national anthem will be challenged when you read Crystal Jigsaw's God Save the Queen, which ties for first top with Walks Far Woman's ABC - Quay. In a close photo finish behind them are Merisi's A Winter’s Tale – Morning with Ravens, Anil's Visitor Week Is Over, Cowgirl's Tough Work But Someone Has To Do It, Colleen's The Worst Birthday Party Ever and Beachy's Cape Cod Photo Album A Few Steps From The Beach.

10 comments:

Shrink Wrapped Scream said...

I loved walksfarwoman's post, I found it very moving.

Crystal Jigsaw said...

Many thanks, David. I am honoured to be a part of your "Post of the Day".

Best wishes, Crystal xx

BeachysCapeCodCupboard said...

Thank you for this honor! What a treat!

I'd LOVE any photo-taking advice you have. Here are my usual photo-taking conditions: traveling around with a toddler in tow who never walks in my own footsteps but prefers to wander in a different direction; and I only have a digicam with zoom lens. I have been hankering after a macro for some time (I do watercolor paintings and I use close-up photos to reveal details I'd normally miss otherwise).

Merisi said...

Thank you, David, what a wonderful surprise!
I returned a view minutes ago from a long walk through the snow covered gardens of Schönbrunn Palace. At one point I tried to capture a squirrel. That little red coated trickster used the same evasive tactics as the ravens, teasing me and not letting me get a decent picture. One day I shall go there armed with enough zoom to beat it at its game! :-)

Merisi said...

Sorry, I meant to write a "few" minutes ago .... that squirrel has gotten into my head apparently. ;-)

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Casdok said...

Great posts! Thank you!

Colleen said...

I made it to post of the day?---YAY!!

WalksFarWoman said...

Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.

Leo Buscaglia

Dear David, you empower us with all of the above. Thank you. x

Anil P said...

Thanks for getting A Tight Frame to run for the Post of the Day.