Sunday, March 8, 2009

Mono Monday Plus #35 (MM #49)

 
 
I hear the water calling me....
 

15 comments:

  1. Linda some of us just hear that call so strong...hard to describe and hard to deny..a very nice reflective composite here it never fails to amaze me how not so long ago you were having a fit with layers..now you dance through them like its your calling..well done

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  2. Absolutely beautiful job!!! I love it. *sigh* At least it is warm enough there that you can be near water! LOL We went to Lake Michigan last week and it was frozen over past the lighthouse!!! LOL


    Empress C's Mono Plus

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  3. Aaah your blog!!! That is where I read it. LOL I knew I had read it somewhere! It is good for your brain!! No I don't think I do the pics to relax. You should hear me swear! ROFLMAO

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  4. I love the original of that picture in the lower right had corner.

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  5. Ooh I love the purple..so magical! Thank you for your comment on mine!

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  6. Great Job Linda. I too am hearing the calling of the water and will be going out for a dolphin watch this Tuesday.
    http://naarta.multiply.com/journal/item/557/MM_49_plus35

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  7. Chic that sounds so cool. My cousin and I have talked about doing this in Myrtle Beach. Hopefully, this spring. They have a sunrise cruise.

    Can't wait to see your pics. Hope you have a wonderful time.

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  8. Yep, Yep....I can hear it all the way over here....you had best be making a plan, sister...***Hugs***

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  9. Very lovely... I can see how you composed the photo as if composing a song or sonata even!

    http://listig.multiply.com/journal/item/966/GOOSED_MM_Plus_35_a_bit_early

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  10. I moved house so I could be nearer the sea.

    Some evenings, especially during winter, when it's dark, I drive to the beach and just sit there and listen to the waves crashing.

    I was asked about this before, and I said that when I am stressed, I find comfort in remembering that I live on a spinning ball, and I haven't fallen off yet, and the waves prove that.

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