Thursday, October 25, 2007

greenery scenery






still raining here. Can you tell?
I have wet rocks too, but I should give us a break and do something else tomorrow.

6 comments:

gayƩ said...

I like greenery scenery. Lovely photos. I need to learn to take close up photos I think, I have seen so many of them in different blogs and on flickr.
I would comment under each post you have written but it will take years to click click click, so one of those comments I will type here if thats ok: It is about writing on little pieces of paper. I used to do that a lot too but unlike you I used to lose them before typing them into the computer. So here is my solution, I bought a notepad and I write everything on it, from phone numbers to ideas to movies people recommend, even doodling. :) It seemed to have made me look much more organized to myself. Wu wu :) I shall be back.
Gx
PS: I will probably be back sooner than later as I am the biggest procrastinator when it comes to work. I should really be working but ehm, oh well!

Taffiny said...

Gaye,

Glad you liked the scenery.

I don't know if I have learned to take close-up photos, sometimes mine turn out, sometimes they don't.

Comment where you like :)

I do have notebooks- big ones, medium ones, little ones to tuck in little purses, and I do take one with me wherever I go. But those little pieces of paper, those are from when I am on the treadmill (if I leave to get paper, I might get distracted and not come back and work-out) or when I get up to use the loo in the middle of the night (and I am too tired to get real paper). I guess what I need to do is keep a notebook with the treadmill, and another in the loo (for little thought lines that come at inopportune times).

I am a horrible procrastinator, or a great one, depending on one's point of view. I am typing up my pages right now, busy doing my work, can't you tell?

Absolute Vanilla (and Atyllah) said...

What I want to know is why are there no snails? When it rains like that here the snails come out in abundance and proceed to get downright amorous - that's aside from eating all my plants!

Taffiny said...

Vanilla,
Good question, no I haven't seen them. In the spring I had some sea shells around my hydrangeas, but soon found, the snails thought I put them there just for them. So I have moved away the shells, and haven't see the snails since.

Really? Boldy amorous, right in front of you? Maybe since you were providing them with dinner, they felt they ought to provide you with a show.

Sameera said...

That was a sight for sore eyes!

Taffiny said...

Sameera,
Glad your eyes enjoyed swimming in such a sea of green.