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45 comments:

  1. Hi,

    it looks that you had a wonderful day...

    Greetings
    Yvi

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  2. What a fantastic capture, Daryl!!! Love your blue sky and the tree silhouetted against it, but the colorful kite is the crowning touch! I love it! Enjoy your evening and a great weekend!

    Sylvia

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  3. Very nice. This one is loaded with curvy lines; the prior post was a myriad of straight lines. (I tried commenting on the straight lines but blogger gave me a rude error message.)

    wv: rethings. I'd tell you rethings but I can only think of two.

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  4. Uh oh...

    wv: shickedi It scared the shickedi out of me!

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  5. That should have read:

    It scared the shickedi me!

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  6. Love this Daryl - makes me think there are better things to come!

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  7. I hate when that happens. We use fishing rods when we fly kites at the beach!
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  8. Charlie Brown's Kite-Eating Tree I presume?

    Classic!

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  9. Haha> You made me smile, Daryl. I is a beautiful day today so maybe I really should be flying a kite instead of sitting at my computer. :-)

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  10. Looks like spring... not even close here in Norway! :)

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  11. Uh oh! Boy, does that take me back! I left lots of kites in trees back in the good old days. We used to make our own kites out of sticks and newspaper - couldn't afford those "expensive" store-bought ones!

    Thanks for the memories!

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  12. Really, I hope you don't get sick of me saying "LOVE this"...because I mean it. These sky shots are just SO...pretty. Love that kite tucked in the bare tree. Early promise of spring to come! :)

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  13. I hope there isn't any little kid crying over this unreachable kite. Lovely image.

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  14. Awww.... the same way my kites always ended up. Great picture!

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  15. Blue skies and kites...perfect sky shot for spring. My sky was a beautiful blue this afternoon. I spent the lunch hour in my car enjoying looking out the window at the birds in the trees.

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  16. It's Charlie Brown's kite-eating tree! Beautiful shot, filled with color and stories.

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  17. Since March has arrived for us, the winds are so strong they would probably tare a kit up. You shared a lovely scene of this one.

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  18. Momma (Kite) said there'd be days like this!


    Aloha from Hawaii Sistah Dar


    Comfort Spiral

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  19. You found my kite--thanks! (Seriously, great shot & very clever placement of your 'signature')Happy Friday!

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  20. Hmm, who had to climb up there to get it out again?

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  21. Where is the small boy that lost that Kite?
    Good capture.

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  22. Wow, refreshes my childhood memories when we used to run after the kites... and climb just about anywhere to get hold of them :-)

    Pixellicious Photos

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  23. I like it. It reminds me to get a kite ready for when my grandson comes to visit.

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  24. This is a wonderful shot--even in 'jail' the kite is so beautifully magical. Wow!

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  25. Awwww...I feel for the kite's owner, however great capture. Love the deep blue sky.

    Creativity--Bits and Pieces

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  26. charlie brown's kite never looked so lovely...nor did his kite eating tree against the sky look so benevolent embracing his tired looking kite.

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  27. Beauty and order in the chaos. I wonder if it can still fly.

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  28. What a capture ! And I meant the kite too ..:P

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  29. Woopsie!!!!! Hate it when that happens!

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