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Wordless Wednesday no.4

Doing a Wordless Wednesday after long.


This picture was clicked by me, in London, when we were waiting to get into the Millenium Wheel, also called the 'London Eye'. It had just stopped raining.When I looked up, this is what I saw.

I just loved this picture.

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  1. That was a great shot. Thanks for sharing. Happy WW!

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  2. Thanks for dropping by, I breed those birds. It was clicked from their nest box. If you have time, here's the link to the article I've posted about them http://mlizcochico.blogspot.com/2007/10/lovely-birds.html
    Thanks again ;)

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  3. what a visually interesting shot!!

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  4. Wow that's a great shot!

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  5. So clear! What a grey day. This is beautifully done.

    God bless, and happy WW!

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  6. Great photo, I can feel the damp, and get a sense of what the day was like from this. It truly is a neat picture.
    xo
    Gillian

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  7. What a wonderful photograph. I had to stare at it for a moment to realise what it was.London rain has something going for it afterall!

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  8. I loved it too...and such a beautiful shot.

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  9. Neat pic.... The raindrops look like they've been added digitally!

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  10. Lovely pic!!.....n u know i luv the rains, so i like dis pic a lot!!! keep clicking!!!

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  11. Neat one. the monochromatic color really suits the pic. the way you made the axix offset makes teh frame catchy.

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  12. Good one. Monochromatic pictures have an air of mystery around them. This one too captures it nicely.

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  13. great shot!

    Keshi.

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  14. Love the little puddles.Amazing!!

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  15. woww...amazing! i can actually feel the weaher tht day...
    and for a rain lover like me, thats a greaaatttt feeling :)

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  16. Wow! cool pic :-)

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  17. It looks crazy! I thought it was a painting or something :)

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  18. I loved it, too! Beautiful...

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  19. wow, thts a beautiful picture...do u realize that the first time i started reading ur blog, u had posted pics of ur road after a rain...

    i love rain...

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  20. yes, it's a beautiful photo. very expressionistic. I loved riding the Millenium wheel. Still there huh? I wonder for how long.

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  21. Thank you all for your kind words.Sorry I am not responding individually.If I did, it would be the same message--thank you, thank you and thank you!

    Tys: I didn't know that--rather I hadn't noticed.I like the rain too.

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  22. HOW YOU BEEN LATELY?

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  23. what a fantastic shot! I'm a regular rider on the Eye, and have heaps of pictures of it, but not one like this!

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  24. so did i, :)...its (for want of a better word), simply beautiful :)

    the magic of rain!!!

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  25. that is SUCH an amazing perspective. you have a good eye for photography!

    really good blog btw. stop by and say hi sometime!

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  26. Very cool picture. Come see my gobbler.

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  27. That's funny, because when I first saw this amazing picture, I thought it might be of a merry-go-round or ferris wheel. Beautiful. So YOU.

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  28. Kaylee; i have been okay.How are you?

    Keith,Thinking aloud: Thank you!

    Palm springs savant,Nessa :Thank you!

    Gawpo:A big hug. Shall try and catch you on skype one of these days.

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  29. Hi PS.

    I completed your tag on my blog. :)

    Thank you.:D

    Cheeries!

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  30. I HAVE BEEN NOT VERY GOOD BEEN IN ER :( HAVE A DEADLY STOMACHE INFECTION!

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  31. ps will do your tag tomorrow :P

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  32. I thought of a lot of things while trying to figure out what that really was! :P only later realised that u had to look UP to see this.. :) lovely pic
    I have a surprise for u!! :D
    click on my name :D :D

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  33. Wow, I love it too!

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  34. great shot. it almost look like glass pieces

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  35. ur viewpoint captured on camera :-). lovely shot.

    Hi, i am Nancy. i visit ur page regularly & find ur blogs thot-provoking. Would u mind if i add ur page on my page? I ofcourse will not add it without ur consent.

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  36. Nancy: hi! Thanks for finally leaving a comment! :-) I did not understand what you mean by adding my page to your page. Do you mean you will give a link? Or do you want to reproduce some stuff here?Please clarify. Also I do not have access to your page.I would appreciate if you add me--would like to read what you say.My email is in my blog profile.Looking forward to hearing from you.

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