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02 February 2014

Sunday Scenes

Laziness encouraged me to show a few scenes, or maybe it's because I have nothing to write about!
Whatever ... enjoy!

A collection of shots taken in Dublin, Ireland
A few stitched photographs of a palace (or whatever) in Seville, Spain
Several stitched shots of rural Hereford in the UK



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21 comments:

David Oliver said...

I would like to see some of these images bigger. Hope all is well with you and Joe.

Valerie said...

David, you can enlarge by pressing CTRL and moving the mouse wheel up (down to return to normal. Thank you for your good wishes.

A Cuban In London said...

Well, after all your blog is called Mixed Bag, isn't it? :-) I loved this random post. I have to say that I found your photos of Dublin fascinating, as I've always wanted to go to Ireland. A few years ago we toyed with the idea of flying to Dublin, doing a couple of days there and then hiring a caravan to go west. I've seen the landscape there in photos and it looks breathtaking.

Thanks for such a nice post. I appreciated it even more as I have been sick since last night.

Greetings from London.

Brian Miller said...

that last shot is really cool...it makes for a meandering river...i really like the art too in the little statues, its interesting....

Valerie said...

Brian, those statues were quite big... they were hovering over us in the dining area of a Dublin hotel.

Montanagirl said...

A nice look at places I'll never visit! Yes, best wishes to you and Joe. How's he doing anyway?

Ron said...

Valerie, GREAT photo collage. I would love to go to that wine cellar!

And that last photo is WAY COOL. What a beautiful river!

Hope you're having a super Sunday!

X to you and Joe!

Valerie said...

Hi Ron. Apart from battling with the washing machine (again) our Sunday is pretty good. The sun is shining although it is COLD without actually freezing. No snow, though. So pleased you liked the pictures.

Valerie said...

Mona, taking everything into account Joe is doing okay. A few shocks along the way but on the whole he is very philosophical.

Valerie said...

Hi Cuban, there is a lot to see and enjoy in Dublin and the atmosphere is great as well as the Irish scenery.

Hope that by now you are feeling better.

Mersad said...

That stitched shot is phenomenal. Never thought about a vertical "panorama".

Valerie said...

Thank you, Mersad. I hope to see a vertical display of some of your lovely pictures.

HermanTurnip said...

Love the pics, but what's with that statue and those crazy arms? That's nightmare fuel, right there! ;-)

faye said...

You do the best 'stitched' shots !!

Nice post Val .. hope Joe is doing well.

Nathaniel C. Oliver said...

After seeing these pictures, I had a feeling that my fiancee would love them. I showed them to her, and that feeling was confirmed. Good job!

Valerie said...

Hi Nathanial, thank you for popping in to my blog. I'm pleased you and your fiancee enjoyed the pictures.

Faye, I wish I could do more... the programme I used has disappeared into thin air.

Valerie said...

Herman, I believe they are leprechauns ... you must have heard of them. Yes?

Akelamalu said...

Loved the shots you shared. Hope you and Joe are doing well. xx

Valerie said...

Hi Pearl. Thank you. Joe and I are doing quite well under the circumstances.

DeniseinVA said...

Now those are lovely, really enjoyed looking at those. Thanks for visiting and your comment about making a book. I have often thought of looking into it. One of these days :)

Mel said...

Okay.......the vertical one is a work of art that ought to be hanging in a small space so it can capture the eye. Very nicely done--it reminds me of a tapestry.

I'm hopeful your world has been as calm as mine. I didn't say 'void of stuff'....just calm...at least for a couple days. LOL