A hangover is the Wrath of Grapes.
For water there's every moment anew. A great reflection providing an 'in-sight' of earth down below.Please have a good Sunday you all.daily athens
What an unusual reflection! It seems to fan out and spread forward in time from a single drop from the past, rather than a mirror reflection. I've not seen anything like this before!
I see big hearts in both - or is that just me?
The ribbons say such a lot. I'm sorry I haven't had a chance to comment before but my heart goes out to the Rockhouse family and all those affected by such a terrible tragedy that we all held our breaths hoping would turn out differently.Sending you a hug too.....
Water speaks of life and movement, as does the promise of summer with its warm embrace. The yellow ribbons send their prayers and farewells out on the summer breezes...that is all that's left to do...and to go on living and loving while we can. A warm hug is floating your way from me.
Robert- I have to say I do quite like that photo, and we had a lovely Sunday!StickUp- thanks, as above I really like this photo and resisted the temptation to 'play' with it.Steve- you get the prize for eagle eyes! Indeed there are hearts in both pix! :-)Selina - lovely to see you, and thank you so much for your hug!Louciao- yes, we will dust ourselves off and get on with things, what else can we do? I have told my kids before now that it doesn't matter how many times you get knocked over, the important thing is the number of times you get up!
Ah Saj, what a time... those ribbons say it all.How about if we meet up with Lynne at that bar she proposed, a little pick-me-up after getting knocked over again can't do any harm while getting back up, right ?
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