A Life Less Interesting
What a lovely gate! The snow makes it look like it's woven from fuzzy yarn! And what kind of lamps do you folks use that make the light appear yellow? You guys are always saying "great capture!" so I will say it now, because the snow would fall off the first time someone slammed the gate. Great capture, Dive!
A Cross Gate!
You're right, Speedway: fuzzy yarn it is!That's some yucky sodium security lamp. What person in their right mind would want to colour the snow yellow?Hahahaha. Thanks, mum. Very funny.
"What person in their right mind would want to colour the snow yellow?"Countless men and dogs.
Pretty! A kissing gate!I've left a comment on the last post too... I need some help with blogging after so long, I find.
Hee hee, Speedway. A certain Frank Zappa song is stuck in my head now …Lynn, until recently there was a real kissing gate in the south side entrance to Cathedral Close. The idiot council removed it to the museum so that wheelchair users and cyclists could access the Close through that gate. How unromantic!Please see my reply to your last comment for some help (such as it is).
Great photo! Looks like some medieval torture table up-ended...or am just a bit weird?
Weird is good, Jules.
Oh no! That is indeed without romance. That will never do. Romance is a must. I'll head over to the help issue right now then thanks!
Scrivens! It's the 200th birthday of Pride and Prejudice. Can you let this act of desecration stand on such a day?
No Sir I cannot! Pray, I am distinctly astounded that I have forgotten such a mark in my journal! I am fair blushed to my boots (topical, topical..). No indeed, romance shall remain after each of us is gone. Sigh...
I would reply in kind, but the shock of you forgetting such a date has left me bereft of speech.You, Lynn? Of all people!Hee hee.Tis scant compensation but pray accept the token gift of my favourite quotation from the book:"It has been many years since I had such an exemplary vegetable."I so wanted to use that for a 500 Words assignment but the results would have been all too distressing so I refrained.
Haha! Oh yes, how wonderful. Oh the books are full of them. Ha.I agree with you Dive, I am deep in shame! I cannot believe it and pass blame to the inclement weather and freezing snow affecting my brain somewhat... Well reply to me in kind then in pen and ink. Remember our deal?!
I've got the paper and the pen ready, Lynn. Now all I need is to get snowed in so I have time to write … er …
Striking photo! Reminds me of an argyle design. (The snow would make for wet socks, tho....)
Heehee indeed, Lynn. Afraid I've still not put pen to paper as last night I was reading Catullus and then fell asleep in front of Borgen.Keep reminding me …You're right, Ms.M. Definitely an Argyle gate.
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