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Everyone, in some small sacred sanctuary of the self, is nuts. -Leo Rosten, author (1908-1997)

We think caged birds sing, when indeed they cry. -John Webster, playwright (c. 1580-1634)

There are two kinds of light -- the glow that illuminates, and the glare that obscures. -James Thurber, writer and cartoonist (1894-1961)

The artist brings something into the world that didn't exist before, and he does it without destroying something else. -John Updike, writer (1932-2009)

Some people become so expert at reading between the lines they don't read the lines. -Margaret Millar, novelist (1915-1994)

There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest. -Elie Wiesel, writer, Nobel laureate (b. 1928)

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2nd Sep 2006, 16:31   | tags:,,,,

great shots viv :) your lens looks a little steamy though!

2nd Sep 2006, 16:46

Viv says:

it was misty
as well as a damp lens!

2nd Sep 2006, 16:48

Gael says:

loving these

2nd Sep 2006, 18:53

Viv says:

yes sheep

2nd Sep 2006, 18:53

Viv says:

thanks G

2nd Sep 2006, 18:54

Viv says:

thanks for the HL

2nd Sep 2006, 19:09

nige says:

how wonderful Viv. these are beautiful. glad they were h/l'ed

2nd Sep 2006, 21:11

Dhamaka says:

they're gorgeous

2nd Sep 2006, 21:19

FakeID says:


3rd Sep 2006, 00:18

beth says:

lovely contrasts. i like.

3rd Sep 2006, 00:28

Viv says:


3rd Sep 2006, 00:32

swamprose says:

great series. I really like effect the raindrops and the moisture give the lens. Know you had to work hard to get that :)

3rd Sep 2006, 13:11

Viv says:

just going outside felt like hard work yesterday!

still raining today!

3rd Sep 2006, 13:19

swamprose says:

same here. and chilly. good day to curl up inside.

3rd Sep 2006, 13:26

Viv says:

yes but I'm an expert at that!

3rd Sep 2006, 13:32

kristiyan says:

fantastic feeling to see through your eyes

3rd Sep 2006, 16:59

Viv says:

I like that too - but the top one captures the mood better for me because of the strength of the tree
- its more raw!

3rd Sep 2006, 20:49

OJ says:

Lovely rownaberries Viv. See I've been doing some wildlife photog workshops with work and am getting better at identifying things :)

If I had to pick I'd go for the last one for the patches of mist and sharpness. I hope you stayed well back from that river!

4th Sep 2006, 11:19

Viv says:

Don't worry - don't go anywhere near the edge - there are bits that have been undermined and appear safe but aren't - it's times like this that I'm glad Benji only paddles - if he was a dog that jumped in he'd really worry me!

4th Sep 2006, 11:25

mojo90 says:

Lovely pix - especially the wet weather ones. Reminds of what English summers used to be like.

4th Sep 2006, 18:18

Viv says:


5th Sep 2006, 16:36

right. i'm confused - i've looked and looked, and i can't see any sheep. am i stupid?

5th Sep 2006, 16:38

paintist says:

MF top shot of previous series....wet sheep and churning water.... these are great Viv....the essence of british summer.....

5th Sep 2006, 16:41

Viv says:

no - small white patches on the top picture
I had to look very hard too!

5th Sep 2006, 16:41

aaah. i think i see em

*wanders away rubbing eyes

5th Sep 2006, 16:49

Dhamaka says:

Viv - incoming..

6th Sep 2006, 07:33

DocD says:

Wow Viv these are amazing shots. Very evocative and remind me of walks in da rain in Ormskirk back at the end of 80's.

7th Sep 2006, 21:40

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