Our view of the Eddies, Autumn 2015
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I love comments and will attempt to reply to each one. However, lately I have been getting "Unknown" comments that are linked to some sort of web page. I will never open this sort of comment and will immediately mark as spam. I am not interested in opening something that could be detrimental to my blog security etc. Never have enjoyed hackers! Thanks!
Borrowing pictures on the web can be a problem. I try and use my own pictures whenever I can.ReplyDelete
Such lovely shots.ReplyDelete
Thanks Stephen- after enduring some folks cranky attitudes and comments on my blog I will only use my images. Plus I have gone back to moderating comments- as tiresome as it is.ReplyDelete
Wishing everyone a lovely day today and everyday!
I am so glad I missed that post in question.....or...I did see it, I am glad I missed the comments. so sorry you had to go through that. Knowing you as I do, there isn't a chance you would have deliberately "stolen" a photo. I have visited those "free" sites too and am always afraid to use something. catchatwithcarenandcodyReplyDelete
The shadowy flowers make the staircase feel alive (that simian pot is great too :) I avoid anything 'free' as a cost is always extracted from me. When I use a modern photo in a meme, it was taken by me and/or Patti (and I always ask her first, and she always say yes :)ReplyDelete
Of course, I have used many a photo taken by my grandfather - of the 7,500+ old family pics he took and I inherited. He was so
cool that he would have been happy to use is pics without my asking. It is a far different (and perhaps meaner world of the internet too...)
Oh love the monkey ~ great shot for Shadow Shot Sunday ~ thanks for visiting ~ ^_^ReplyDelete
Happy Week to you ~ ^_^
The plant's shadows are drooping. The monkey is cute.ReplyDelete