Sunday, March 11, 2012

Mag 108

image: Uzengia Aleksander Nedic

50 comments:

  1. Blessed Sunday everyone! and great week ahead...

    JJRod'z

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  2. A second draft here. Not so wide of the prompt mark this time!

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  3. Always anxiously awaiting your wonderfully selected images, thanks Tess!

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  4. Springing ahead with your fine choice of image! Have a great week everyone!

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  5. My first post...My reaction to the photo was immediate. Thank you. Laurel

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  6. I absolutely love these little challenges. Thank you.

    Word verification is also a challenge.

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  7. I don't think my first comment went through using my Wordpress ID. I'll try my google account ID. Thank you so much for this prompt. It was so much fun! I've already gotten some comments!

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  8. You make our Sunday mornings ...

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  9. I am in and will be around shortly to visit

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  10. Is she looking in and contemplating entry or has she just exited or is she just standing and are we concealed observers viewing from this shaded place?

    Deliciously ambiguous!

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  11. sorry for the first link... corrected it already... thanks to Sir Brian Miller...

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    1. Thanks - I Will not be able to visit anyone until later-enjoy the beautiful day!

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  12. Thanks for the inspiration ...looking forward to perusing others over the week x x x

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  13. l-o-v-e the photo....thanks!

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  14. Sorry, Tess - can you remove the link at No. 27? I made a booboo!
    Thanks in advance!

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  15. Nothing came to mind the first time I looked at the picture, which is rare. You always pick such thought-provoking images, Tess. But upon second glance, I was flooded with ideas. I could probably write a few more, in fact. Thanks!

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  16. Hi Tess,

    Lovely photo as always. I had a very hard time with my rendition as every time I was almost done, my iPad went on the blink--I think my app was overly full--and I had to redo it three times. (Perhaps I was meant to just post the photo because what came out finally was not so great!) Oh well. Thanks as always. I very much liked your poem and reader. It is a great idea. I found it a bit distracting to look at the screen, on the other hand--in the U.S., there is now something of a prohibition on filming people smoking but it was still quite interesting. K.

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  17. Tess, Walking from the darkness into the sunlight is the perfect prompt for this spring break week. Thank you for the encouragement. =D

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  18. thanks Tess...my thoughts are posted...I only have one

    Peace ☮

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  19. This one, well, just took off!

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  20. Nice picture, it can evoke up many different paths of thought

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  21. Very interesting prompt. Will be interesting to see what others did with it.

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  22. And she sang as she watched and waited till her billy boiled, youll come a waltzing matilda with me !

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  23. I looked at it, and I was a rabbit. Thanks.

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  24. Such an evocative photo ... at least for me this time. I can't wait to read what others took from this; I've missed the last couple of weeks (not sure why, probably just forgetful I'm embarrassed to say) but am happy to be back this week ...mine's up at THE WAY EYE SEE IT:

    http://aleapingelephant.blogspot.com/2012/03/in-dawn.html

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  25. Great image! I'm laughing because Jim's comment is two above this one I'm composing (I hadn't seen it before.), and I turned into a rabbit, too. :)

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  26. The game's afoot, tk!
    Bring your revolver!

    ~SH

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  27. Great image - took some time for an idea to emerge - and then it just took off!

    Anna :o]

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  28. Good morrow! Thanks Tess! Happy Monday to you all! Hugs~

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  29. Hi Tess and everyone.....Hope you all have a great week!
    :-)

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  30. I like this one! Thanks, Tess.

    =)

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  31. My response to this was immediate.

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  32. This inspired me to write about artist Frido Kahlo. There are a few good lines, and one grammar error. Why do I want to leave it in?

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    1. oops sp Frida~! Frida Kahlo thank-you~!

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  33. After thinking a bit, I decided this was a great pic. Thanks Tess!

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  34. I think it left me in a black hole...

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  35. I posted a little while ago, but have had a few issues since, so am a little late arriving!

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  36. Thanks Tess. Mysterious one. Enjoyed it.

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  37. Thank you for hosting, Tess, it is much appreciated. Although I am very busy these days, there's always some time to sit back, look at your prompt and jot something down.

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  38. I'm a new kid on the block. Have thought of linking up for quite a long time. This is my second time. Great pictures you always have.

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  39. I'm a new kid on the block. Have thought of linking up for quite a long time. This is my second time. Great pictures you always have.

    Sorry, that was a mistake. Should have linked on my wordpress blog, A Walk In My Heart. So, this is the correct one.

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  40. wow there were many poets who wrote on this prompt... and I'm number 100. :)

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  41. My beloved 'sister', a wonderful golden retriever girl of almost 13 years had to be put down this past Saturday, so if I'm all full of doom and gloom right now I hope you can forgive and understand. Lovely prompt!

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  42. I think I'm late but I posted something anyway. thanks for the inspiring image. I hope you all have a sweet day.

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  43. My poem will publish on Thursday morning, Pacific Time, Tess. Always great prompts here. They run through my head all day then come to fruition while on my walk.

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  44. Sorry, but I'm a little late to the game this week. Here's my entry.

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