Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Post Of The Day

Today's winners are Woman In A Window with The Door and Ordinary Art with Does Wanting Breed Excess?. The other top contenders were Nourish The Soul with Twenty Minutes And Counting; Valkyrien with Cactus; Down River Drivel with To Rest, To Sleep; Louise with Tent Rocks; Now And Then with Wollongong; Blogpourri with Snippets; Sylvia K with Mount St Helens and Sandi McBride with Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening. 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 ....

20 comments:

ArneA said...

Louise with Tent Rocks;
and maybe the volcano but that is too scary for me.
Our kind mountains in the north are sending a lot of love to the other mountains

Shadow said...

what a cool idea, giving me spying opportunities, heee heee heee

Moannie said...

Thank you, thank you for giving Woman in a Window your Post of the Day. Sandi too, what gems we have in our ever-widening circle.

Sujatha said...

David, thank you! That was very sweet of you to consider that post!

Sandi McBride said...

They were all so splendid...and I found out that there really are places like Tent Rocks, that our Woman in a Window is a genius, and familyship is more important than friendship...and to see my name in here, well, that's gravy on my main course. Thank you David..
Sandi

skywind said...

Thank you for these great blog.
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Now and Then said...

David, thank you so much. It means so much for me, being a beginner in photography.
I’m speechless…

Woman in a Window said...

Right there beside Ordinary Art, and so many others that I know and revere, what a great start to my day! Thank you David!

Lola said...

I want to thank you, sir, for the unbroken source of wonderful blog posts you so courteously offer up on a daily basis.
You make us (and the POTD authors) very happy, do you know that? You pay homage to writing with your unfailing judgement of all things beautiful and potent.

In time I have returned to blogs you so kindly introduced with your Post of the Day "contest," making friends and finiding affinity across borders with total strangers. For that and for the posts suggestions to come, I am deeply grateful.

Sylvia K said...

David, thank you so much! I'm a bit overwhelmed. This was a lovely thing for you to do and is much appreciated!

Kelly (conversemomma) said...

Wow. Thanks. And, to stand next to the goddess of poetry and writing herself, my dear love Woman in a Window. This just made my day.
Thanks David. Thanks everyone. I love coming here and finding new and great reads.

Tessa said...

Woman in a Window is an exceptional writer with an extraordinary talent. In fact, so many of the blogs you help us to find are sublime - every one of them luminous and enlightening on many levels. I salute you, again, David and thank you very much.

Sniffles and Smiles said...

These were an amazing collection of blogs, David...Wow!

The Muse said...

Yes...I loved Sandi Mc Brides's blog post too :)

I will certainly need to read the others as well :)

Tanya said...

Would like to nominate the blog - The Write for the Remaining Silence.

This post: http://slowtumblinglife.blogspot.com/2009/03/conversations-with-cookie-grass-is.html

RiverPoet said...

You have some of my favorites listed today, David. Cool - D

C. Michael Cox said...

Thank you for introducing me to Woman in a Window.

Deb said...

Hi David ~ It is the end of a long day for me and I just sat down to relax by blogging. I appreciate being mentioned in the POTD ~ I know how many incredible writers and photographers there are in blogland and I know how many followers you have so...I hope you know that I am very grateful. :)

Louise said...

Thanks so much,David! I was gone ALL DAY yesterday, so didn't get to this unitl this morning. I recognize many names here and look forward to visiting the ones I have not already.

VALKYRIEN said...

Thank you so much David! I didn't realize I was mentioned before yesterday! I concider it as a great honour! Both blogging and photographing is quit a new hobby to me - so I am little overwhelmed!