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Sunday, 5 August 2012

Silent Sunday #silentsunday


34 comments:

  1. It always surprises me that paper boats don't immediately sink

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    1. It did eventually. In fact it's still out there in the vase. Lazy, moi?

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  2. Love the black and white for that picture - really makes it I think.

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  3. You have just reminded me I was supposed to show big man how to make paper boats.

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    1. I had to look up on the internet how to do it as I had forgotten. Have fun.

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  4. Lovely photo - think I might have to look it up too!

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  5. I love this picture, very creative :)

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  6. You are clever that is a really good shot. Clever person who made the boat.

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  7. I wouldn't say clever... well, okay, yes I would. Thank you :)

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  8. Lovely picture. Must make paper boats with my two some time!

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  9. It's been years since I made a paper boat! Clever photo, very artistic :)

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    1. Thank you. It had been a while for me too.

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  10. Yeah! It all about the marathon and boat races today. I've forgotten how to make paper boats and planes, I keep meaning to check YouTube so I can refresh my memory and make a few for my son.

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    1. Oh, I didn't realise there was boat racing on today. I don't really pay much attentio to the Olympics.

      Have fun with the boats.

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  11. Absolutely LOVE that photo! Looks fantastic.

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    1. Only just! I was caught by a deliveryman trying it out in the birdbath on the front law at first.

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  13. Great picture :) (ps, you have a graveyard blog?! Am proper intrigued on that one!)

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    1. Thank you. Yes, yes I do. You should stop by, it's dead interesting.

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  14. Fabulous photo! Next step a lifesize one for you to sail in!

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  15. Amazing photo - very clever - the photo and the paper boat. I wouldn't have a clue how to make one!

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  16. Paper boats, I've not made these since childhood!

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    1. Thank you. Took a couple of goes to get right.

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  18. What a fascinating photo. Really made me look hard, to see what else I could see in it x.

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