Sunday, March 10, 2013

Mag 159

Meal Beach, Burra Isles, Shetland by Robin Gosnall 

36 comments:

  1. Back after a break.....did this one as an epigram of sorts, over the photo. Cheers!

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  2. Lovely shot. Makes me want summer...

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  3. I did feel a little sea-sick with the slope! lol

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    1. I read you, JInksy. But a seascape with a slope is great for water-skiing.

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  4. Lovely picture...makes me miss the beach..

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  5. Am longing for the summer now, that is just cruel:-)
    martine

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  6. Close to home with this prompt Tess - we've had some fearsome storms lately here in Lanzarote!

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  7. I know that's not Canada in the background, but this did remind me of a rather nasty story I wrote a year and a half ago. Thanks for the prompt, Tess.

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  8. Sunshine ! and so I am inclined to be positive today- thanks !

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  9. I liked riding that wave..thanks...

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  10. I'm on a roll... two days in a row! Never mind I've been absent for weeks.

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  11. this was lovely to write to.....a postcard of sorts...Thanks Tess! Have a wonderful week!

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  12. Tough one, as it calls to mind so much. Narrowing things down is tough ...

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  13. Calm seas and prosperous voyage.

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  14. What a beautiful pic...took me far far away!!
    Thanks
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  15. Kept wanting to level it out. But finally got around to writing something after a week off.

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  16. This is great! So many good poetic offerings! As for my own: I know this is probably obvious... but having read "the great gatsby" is very helpful is reading my poem.

    Enjoy! Please comment!

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  17. I just finished reading "The Life of Pi"...water, water everywhere!

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    1. See comment 2 below. Maybe it was a tiger got them?

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  18. Hello, all! I made it back to shore! My Magpie is up for your edification and delight.

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  19. I think sharks got all the swimmers, surfers, toddlers paddling . . . sad, sad, sad.

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  20. I'm a day late b/c I've been out of town... and I bet you'll be able to guess where when you read my poem.

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  21. Dear sweet kitty sounds much like a real baby! Your delicious words were so tender with his reading today, and I especially liked the random meshing of his expression, one point completely point on! Excellent read!

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  22. Thank you for the prompt Tess. It fitted a piece I wrote Saturday and posted, but I'm glad I wrote something new. I'm behind in my reading and commenting, so off to do some now.

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  23. Oh for summer! Love the prompt - thanks Tess.

    Anna :o]

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  24. I've turned the big light out, turned ont eh little one...
    Thanks for hosting, Tess.

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  25. I love waves and ripples and the many vast colors the water reflects! Sigh. Thank you Tess, as always, for this weekly challenge.

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  26. if this poem is anything to go by, I'm losing my pebbles

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  27. Ah, the beach...can't live well without it :)

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  28. Nothing like the sea to inspire a poem...thanks Tess!!

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  29. A stunning photo and still at the tail end of our summer I long for a little bit more.

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  30. took me awhile, but let the record show I made it before the next sunday struck 12

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  31. The Mag has proven to be an outstanding success!

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