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Miscellaneous Mondays #1

DarylE has wondered up this great theme for Mondays (monochrome or not) for all those photos we've taken and they don't seem to fit into any obvious category. Thus, here commences a 'mish mash' of the miscellaneous!


'Leaning on a lamp-post.....'
Midnight Regent Street, London

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  1. Saz, this is so reminiscent of those wonderfully atmospheric photos of Paris - I love this.

    I too hope that Johnny gets better very soon - What a turn of fate this is, non?!

    Love to you, my pal, hope you're not running yourself reckless - Rest well, take care, Fhi xxx

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  2. This is a wonderful photo, Saz. I just love it!

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  3. Very atmospheric, Sazzie. Do you wonder, as I do, at the hustle and bustle of London at midnight? I always feel so provincial, staring open-mouthed at the Capital at play.

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  4. What a wonderful shot! It too makes me thinks of those photos of Paris ...

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  5. Isn't this fun? Now you've got a niche for all those oh so fascinating shots you snap but then don't know what to do with! Love this .. its ominous and involving .. thanks for joining in ..

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  6. Hey Saz,

    I don't have an eye for taking photos, but I love this one. It almost takes my breath away, as if I can just step into it from here. There's something almost mysterious about it.

    I like it.

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  7. It's perfect. I love the color of the headlights reflected in the street.

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  8. Very moody. I love street scenes at night.

    Merry Christmas to you and yours, Saz!

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  9. oooh i like it. kind of film noirish. so moody.

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  10. Hi found your blog via BMB and a very funny comment which you left on someones blog re: teenagers and going out. It made me laugh out loud!
    Beautiful photo.

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  11. I wonder how long that bicycle was there before someone nicked it?!

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  12. Okay...so this one MUST be destined for Red Bubble!!!!!!!! Simply fabulous!!! Love it!!!! Merry Christmas, dearest Saz!!! Love you~Janine XO

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  13. Janine....I didnt think it was good enough for redbubble, perhaps l should reconsider!
    congrats on your book win from Eddie...

    love you too

    saz x

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  14. That's lovely.

    Merry Christmas by the way......

    x

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  15. Happy Christmas and all the best for 2010 FFF and all your family! Have a good one! Hadriana xx

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  16. Oh, I love this picture. It is so beautiful! It totally speaks to me! And clearly, so many other people as well! Perfect! Merry Christmas!

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  17. That is simple and beautiful. Gives a real sense of peace and yet wonderment. I like it!

    Saz, have yourself a wonderful holiday, k. Let's make some awesome memories and spoon up some fabulous eats. Then we'll return to table to exchange stories.

    much love,
    erin

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  18. Oh lovely. Very interesting light effects, and the subjects together seem incongruous--all that to say, what a great shot.

    Here from Hilary's site at The Smitten Image.

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  19. I would hang this in my house! Lovely. Happy Holidays, Saz.

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  20. I'm back to say congrats darling, a POTW mention...cheers!

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