Like The Queen
Whatever happens to strike my fancy, but surely some sort of fiber content.


Lovely description, both in word and in photograph. I wish I could find my old software disc that came with that camera -- it comes with something called "Photostitch", where you can stitch together pictures, like the ones you show here, into one long panoramic image. It's pretty cool. You can order it from Canon, if you're interested.

By Blogger Mary, at 2:36 PM  

Hi Bess,
I thought I would respond to Mary's post. You can get the Photostitch Program or one simular to it from CNET is a very safe site that carries downloads and consumer reports for past and current technology. I never ever buy any Electronic device or download any program until I have gone to CNET to check it out. Give it a try!

By Anonymous Patti, at 3:52 PM will find several Free Downloads there, that are completely safe. I lay my name on it!

By Anonymous Patti, at 3:53 PM  

I concur - I trust CNET too, right up there w/ Consumer Reports. Nice to know that Photostitch can be downloaded from there.

By Blogger Mary, at 12:40 PM  

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Monday, November 27, 2006  

The days have been so warm and the nights so cool we have thick great fog banks covering the world every morning. When it finally gets light you have to wait till past 10 to find out if it will be a sunshiny day or a cloudy one. On a sleepy Sunday morning that doesn’t matter. You can crawl back into bed and wait for a heavenly decision. On a slightly bloated Monday after the Holidays you have to pay attention, because you are going to have to drive in that stuff. Best to leave a little early today.

But yesterday - ahh yesterday was a glorious beautiful day - a perfect last day of a holiday day. Made me wish I was retired so I could stay home all the time - and then wonder if I savor and appreciate and notice all the sweet things about being home just because I’m still working and have to leave it 5 times a week. One of those circular ponderings that get you nowhere, I realize. Fortunately, I don’t delve into that sort of question very often. Since there is no solution, there can be no point in devoting precious time to it.

What I did devote time to was a stroll with BD out to Robert’s Landing - and this time I took the camera. So, without further ado here is a 3/4 panorama of one of our magical places.

posted by Bess | 7:50 AM