Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Post Of The Day

Today's winner is Woman In A Window with It’s Always The Light. The other top contenders were Virtual Sprite with Booking It; Nine Acres Photography with Macro Monday; Mojo with Elizabeth Inn; Akelamalu with Krakow Part I; River Poet with Once A Year; Kym with A Quick Catch-Up; Polona with After The Rain; Gone Back South with November Tears And Fears and Woman On The Verge with All's Well That Ends. Do pay them a visit and leave a comment if you have time.

You can nominate a post too. Just leave a comment here with the URL or link - and tell us the name of the blogger you are nominating. Righty-o, then, it's over to you.

10 comments:

Maggie May said...

Brilliant choice....... especially Woman In A Window! Will get round to the others, some of them I have read & agree that they are well worth the read.

CrazyCath said...

Just brilliant posts here. Your top one is so good, so full of love and simplicity and ... it is just such a good read. Love the macro, totally identify with the book worm, learn so much from other parts of the world and still get to meet new people and people I could have caught up with sooner and never had the time.

Thank you. I am breathless from the jog around but so enjoyed it!

womaninawindow said...

You help in mooring me. Always grateful.
erin

AirmanMom said...

david...you never disappoint!

~AirmanMom returning to her blog...

RiverPoet said...

I'm honored to be in such good company again, David. Thank you! Peace - D

Virtualsprite said...

Wow... Thank you, David. I am truly honored to make the cut.

Hilary said...

Wonderful choices, as always.

Epijunky said...

Excellent reading today!!! I really enjoyed them, particularly Woman in a Window.

I wanted to nominate Bernice for this short post on friends.

http://callitasiseefit.blogspot.com/2008/11/friends.html

polona said...

great choices as always, and thank you for the shout out :)

well, the focus in that photo is not exactly where i would like it to be but the day was a bit breezy and (as you well know) macro lenses have a shallow depth of field. the blossom is no more than 1cm in diameter, though...

(hmm... what funny word verifications i am getting today: "saddle" in your piano post and now "golob" which may not mean much to anybody who doesn't understand slovene but in my language it means "pigeon")

Akelamalu said...

Why thank you for the honour David, how kind of you. :)