Wednesday, 23 January 2008

A Link


I don't know where this is but the colours are wonderful!

The blurb below looks rather curious because I couldn't copy it from Akelamalu's blog so she copied it into an email for me and I think my technological expertise has proved utterly useless. However -

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This link loving in 2008 came from www.akelamalu.blogspot.com

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I won't tag people but please take it up if you like and pass it on.

And lastly - a lovely quote I thought:-

A word in a dictionary is very much like a car in a mammoth motorshow --
full of potential, but temporarily inactive.

Anthony Burgess, author. (1917-1993)

9 comments:

laurie said...

is that picture of monet's gardens at giverney?

we were there last april, and the trees and bridge and water and lily pads look extremely familiar.

the colors, however, are quite funky....

Flowerpot said...

I have no idea, Laurie. It came from a jazz playing friend of HImself's in Devon so could be anywhere!

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julia said...

Gorgeous garden. Looks very Japanese-y.

Flowerpot said...

Julia - it does, doesn't it? Well so far we've got French and Japan! Any more takers?!

Ellee Seymour said...

It could be Cambridge Botanic Gardens, I am overdue a visit, do you fancy joining me?

Flowerpot said...

ellee - I'd love a visit - if that invitation was directed to me!

Lane said...

Looks like Giverney to me too:-)

Akelamalu said...

It does look like Monet's Garden but with the colour enhanced and defined.

The copying seems to have lost all the links, never mind thanks for trying. x