Everything has it's beauty, but not everyone sees it. - Confucius
Sometimes the picture doesn't have to be perfect; it's the captured moment that counts. - me
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Saturday, 7 August 2010

Into the weekend

I can’t think of any words, as we go into the weekend, so just a few pictures.







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If you have words this weekend, share them with the person you love.
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27 comments:

  1. there are moments when I enjoy taking photos so much, and there are times when I wonder why I bother showing others.... the second photo is brilliant!

    this woman is now following me... can you imagine.... http://fotogrossomodo.blogspot.com/

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  2. Thanks Ginger. I was pleased with that second shot too. The first picture from the camera this month.
    I think when the enjoyment of taking pictures ends for me, I'll stop taking them lol

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  3. No words are needed. Images and photos speak of so much. Beautiful. I love the purple flower and found one also . I have to post it. It was dry where I was on a holiday so I watered it for a few days from the creek until it bloomed. Wonderful photograpy as always.

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  4. Keith words fail me.........that's rare........superb!

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  5. I like the last but one photo - great colours and this insect's got wonderful eyes here:)

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  6. Its horrible isn't it, it occurs all the time for me. Never mind Keith, it'll come back. You took a fantastic shot of the Green Woodpecker, cheers for that.

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  7. The backgrounds to the teasel and thistle really show them well.

    Hope you are feeling somewhat better today.

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  8. Thank you for your comments Lisa.
    A little too wet here today ;)

    Cheers Adrian. I doubt words ever fail you, my friend lol

    Joanna, thank you. :)

    Thanks Bob. Yea, I think I used all my words up on the previous post lol

    John, thank you. Yea, much better today. Raining here, so housework day I suppose :(

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  9. No need for words my friend; you still have the magic touch. Take care, stay positive and let's hope everything gets sorted before too much longer.

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  10. Cheers Frank, appreciate your words.

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  11. hi, all this pics are so beautyful and shows us the wonder of the nature and how excellent our world and the universe is, thank you for showing us all this great creatures and plants, it s so wonderful to love them all deep of our soul. I wish you all the best and I thinking of you, big hugh Kathrin

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  12. Very beautiful macros! Regards from Portugal. Jorge Sousa www.ibernatur.blogspot.com

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  13. This beauties need no words !
    Thank you Keith :)

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  14. Kathrin, thank you for your kind words.
    I hope you have a great weekend.

    Jorge, thank you for stopping by, and commenting.
    Appreciate it.

    Pescalune, thank you for your comment :)

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  15. Hi Keith, hope you are feeling well as the weekend here is just beginning...Wonderful macros you are sharing today..I LOVE the eye on that Woodpecker and the wasp is really super!! ALL fine photos!!!
    hope you Relax and enjoy the weekend!!

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  16. A truly moving post, and the images of Mother Natures love are just poetic.

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  17. Thank you Dixxe. A little housework, and shopping,a boring Saturday so far lol
    Hope the rain stops for tomorrow, so I can get out with the camera. ;)

    Gemel, thank you for your kind words. :)

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  18. Keith - as soon as I started reading your post today I thought of the David Gates song "If a picture paints a thousand words" - one of my all time favourites (and yes, I CAN be accused of being over-sentimental lol). Your pictures say so much that actual words aren't necessary.

    and (before I drive everyone crazy) that Green Woodie's a real corker!! Thank you.

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  19. lol Tricia, thank you for your sentimental comment lol
    Very kind of you to say that. Thank you :)

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  20. you don't need words Keith, your photos speak loud and clear. love your sentiment at the end. sorry I haven't been around lately. life has just been keeping me so busy.

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  21. Thanks for your comments Doreen.
    Blogging should just be an aside to real life anyway. :)
    Hope it's 'busy' in a good way.

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  22. Your photos speak for themselves, Keith!

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  23. Nature poesie of the last summer days...... A big hug from Luzia.

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  24. Thanks for your comments Lucy :)

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