Let's talk about the pleasures and puzzles of the smaller mystery--mystery novels and other fiction--and the bigger one--life.
Oops, didn't mean to cut off all comments everywhere.
(Waving) I've been thinking about you. I wanted to buy that short story collection but ran out of time. It'll have to be tomorrow....
I'm liking the violet color. Kind of an alien life form look. Experimentation is good.
What the heck *is* that? I thought it was some bat-like Hallowe'en decoration at first…
You inspired me to post more of my pictures at my place, Nancy. Although we have a long way to go to match Olivia and Andi's skill! Keep playing - it's fun to see what you come up with.Ain't it great to have so many talented people hanging out here...Back to baseball. My football pool stinks. I swear I'm never betting on football again - even though it doesn't involve any money! I hate the point spread. Sigh.
Hey, kb!You're exactly right, far. My Canon book calls it a macro. (And the photo is of a dying morning glory that was once baby blue.)Beth, tough sports day, huh?
Boy, you said it, Nancy. The only bright spot was that my Broncos had a bye this week, so they couldn't lose. We'll see how the baseball game does tonight - luckily I don't care much about either team, but I do have a buck on the Phillies with a Florida friend.Some days are diamonds, some days are stone.
Farf--mmmmbbblll. That's me trying to talk with foot in mouth. You used 3 !!! to point out to me that you write those manuals I toss in a safe place and can't find later. Bows in humble appreciation of Manual Man. Details are not my strength. Good Nancy keeps giving me some.
Sometimes, the tattered flowers are the more interesting ones, huh?No prob, Mary. I have something like 18 million "books" published, but 99% of them are on CDs that may or may not be delivered with the product in question. :-P
I have to admit I like bits of this photo. I like the curves along the top of the flower.
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