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Tuesday, 2 March 2010

Stare at the Horizon

My dear friends, I want to apologies for the last week, I have no time to comment.
First was the Internet, after we are still running to stabilize our life after our return.
Now it looks we are finaly in the right direction and I will have much more time for bloging:)

Lighthouse

9 comments:

RuneE said...

A lighthouse is always a nice subject, and that road leading up to it gave the photo a nice depth.

Tunes Photo said...

I understand you have a lot of work to do.

This photo is really great! I like the path, too.

Meret ® said...

Un paisaje precioso, amigo mío...
Tu trabajo siempre excelente.

¡Mis felicitaciones!...siempre...

Un abrazo.

Anne said...

Oh, dear Robert, you on`t have to apologies to anyone, you allways are one of my faightful and favourite watchers, my friend.

Ans somtimes time run so fast, and so many ther things to do, ask me I know. Dark days days eith trouble with my son, housework, tired after work, we al have been there and know of course.

Wintertime wintertime and I hate it tooday, snow again..., waiting for the springtime you know :-( but... still just mars...

In your blog its allways nice pictures, and so this very day.

Hugs from Anne

Hege said...

Robert, we all know that you will visit all blogs when you have settled in! :)

A beautiful photo - great perspective!

Hugs,
Hege

SILVIA said...

Con saber que sigues estando, es suficiente querido amigo.
Un fuerte abrazo y beso enorme!!!

R.Ferrari said...

Belissimo cartão postal. Enriquecido pela estrada de pedras e a cerca de madeira.
Abraços.

Scott (AKA Bull Rhino) said...

Another lovely scene. I get so jealous when I see these seaside scenes, but then I do have my mountains. I guess we always want what we don't have.

Light and Voices said...

Beautiful seascape scene! I don't think it could get better than this photograph.
Joyce M

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