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03/06/2017 § 21 Comments
It’s either the end of the world, Maple, or the sun is going soft on us.
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What’s going soft is that Pine. He’s such a sap for Fake doom & gloom News,…. and he calls himself Evergreen. Shouldn’t be that surprised, in the last election he voted for that spongy Stump with the orange lichen. “Going to make the Forest Great Again” – now everything is gone squirrelly . This Maple is heading to the True North, strong & free.
Hopefully, the Maple won’t feel too uprooted. Mind you he has to walk across the border. The Oak that did it last week, complained of aching acorns.
Sorry John, couldn’t stop. My allegories are acting up, and the metaphors just extended & branched out. 🙂
It’s a SCRIPT!
Is this the bark of the doomsayers?
Or a branch of pessimists?
That’s a beautiful photo. I love the effect of mist, sun and trees. It gives an unparalleled beauty.
Thanks. I nearly broke my neck running for my camera when I saw this fleeting scene.
I can imagine.
I know I’m supposed to laugh, but all I could think of was, ‘beautiful!’
You bring up a problem, Sheri, that has bothered me since the beginning. Mine is a photoblog, but all “likes” I get are based on how funny the caption was, not on how good the photo is.
Not so sure all likes are about the caption. I sometimes like the title, sometimes the caption, and sometimes the photo. ‘likes’ are fickle things and definitely undefined. The only way to guess why people responded is if they comment, I think. Your format clearly highlights the images the most, and that’s probably what draws me to look first.
Thanks, that makes me feel better.
I look at the photo first and the caption second. In the last few months, my sense of humour has diminished as has my ability to make puns. This will always be one of my favourite blogs to stop by though as John takes some of the most innocuous things and makes something magnificent out of it. Look at the toilet the other day. The lighting on that was fantastic.
I think I have a handle on what you’re trying to tell me. 🙂
I used to have a handle on life.
But it broke
It’s probably not the beginning of the end. It looks more like the end of the beginning. It looks like the morn of opportunities.
So, a New Dawn is not necessarily an unopened bottle of dish soap.
You may be barking up the wrong tree on both explanifications.
Or going out on a limb.
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