A picture a day...

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R. Laban

This is such a great idea, i love it. It's inspiring me to try it. Wish I had seen it before the start of the new year so I could've started on 1/1/07. Being the procrastinator that i am i think i will start right after the Bar Mitzvah Sat. or that day since i will have some pics of the pahty. hell, why not start rite now, tho i would like to figure out how to do it on flicker- rite after the big event maybe. Hell, why not start rite now. That picture on yesterdays post is day one.
But i guess technically that is cheating as that is an old picture. The one above i took about a year ago in Fla. - wish i was there now. ok tmrrw. is another day. Since i can't quit my day job this chick is headin to bed. ciao.

8 comments:

Don Iannone said...

R. Laban...thanks for stopping by Conscious Living. Also, I like your poetry--poked around your two poetry blogs. Women is a great one. You stopped posting poems a couple months ago...

Marewheeee said...

Is that Naples pier. Sure looks like it.
Great Idea. Write some more poems too ;)
XO, m

Paul said...

...and you are the No. 6 commenter on my current post. Thanks for stopping in.

rdl said...

Don - Thanks. yes you are right, i should put some more up, mostly they live in my journals.

Mare - nope we never made it to Naples pier, remember, maybe next time. It's Ft. Myers pier.

Paul - thanks for stopping by here.

Matt said...

That's a great photo -- the octagonal building portion of the pier is very reminiscent of Middle Bay Lighthouse in Mobile Bay (Alabama). Sunset photos are great. I can also sympathize with you on the photo project; I've been trying to do it every day, but either I don't have my camera when I'm out and about, or (as was the case last week) I lose four days with a dead computer!

Amishlaw said...

Great picture. Thanks for the comment on my blog. Have a good bar mitzvah.

ipanema said...

That's a lovely photo rdl. What a lovely sunset!

Lorna said...

I only evr want to take photos of people; my husband only wants pictures of things---he owns the camera. I do not have a picture-a-day wish, although I'm glad you do.