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Picking Blueberrys at the Cottage

Blueberrys we picked the first morning at the cottage last weekend. :)

PP: None.

Picking Blueberrys at the Cottage

Blueberrys we picked the first morning at the cottage last weekend. :)

PP: None.

comments (10)

  • Barbara
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 14 Aug 2006, 09:55
Yum...lovely breakfast shot..with the bright early morning light on the cup.
Very nice ! Just arriving to taste them ! smile

A question : How did you manage to have a link to your blogspot adress ?

Have a nice week !
Cool, loving this and with that shutterspeed, it must have been a very bright day
Iain Myrans: There is so much light reflected off the water so I guess that added to it. It was a bright and sunny morning. I took it at around 9:15 am or so. Plus the narrow depth of field sped things up a bit too smile
  • AP
  • Beyond the realms of space and time
  • 14 Aug 2006, 13:37
Man it looks gorgeous there. When can I come and visit.grin You should this one to the National Council for the Promotion of all Things Blueberry.
Iain Myrans: lol. I'll go look them up on Wikipedia wink
I love this shot. very nicely done!
  • AP
  • United States
  • 14 Aug 2006, 19:04
I believe the NCPTB is a division of the GCCCCC as blueberries go well with cream. I am sure that VV (Earth's ambassador to the GCCCCC) would have the definitive answer.
  • Visual Vault
  • the aliens took me there once...
  • 14 Aug 2006, 20:55
The NCPTB is actually a division of the BPC (Blueberry Protectorate Comission) which is a wholy owned subsidiary of BBBBDC (Big Bob's Bulk Blueberry Distribution Conglomerate), which was origionaly a government controled division of the GCCCCC who sold it off to private interests (namely BBBPL - Big Bob's Bulk Products Limited) to raise money for the purchase of new military grade blenders and smoothie ingredients (specifically the carrot flavour). A portion of the terms of the sale were that the BPC be created to protect the galactic image of the blueberry as a wholesome food. The BPC decided that in order to acomplish this goal, they needed a strong marketing division, so they created the NCPTB to deal with all promotional aspects of the blueberry.

Sparklite may want to watch out however, as the NCPTB doesn't like to promote things that may be dangerous in connections with the blueberrys, so they may come after you for the combined image of blueberrys and powerboats....

-V V-
Iain Myrans: oh dear. But the powerboat is at least at dock? Will that save me from their wrath?
  • Visual Vault
  • beyond the great blue yonder
  • 14 Aug 2006, 21:16
First I would recomend you hire a very good lawyer (speak to a Mr. Puff Daddy.. he should have a few recomendations for you). Then claim temporary insanity...

Or, Plan B.. We'll claim that due to the nature of the image, and the fact that this is your first offense.. that this is really a lovley shot of a coffee mug... the strange coincidence that a powerboat and blueberries ended up in the shot were really because you were so focused on capturing the mug that you totally overlooked the water, the boat, the dock, and the blueberries... maybe throwing something in about how someone saved your life at the last second by grabbig your shirt collar to stop you falling into the lake would be good too...

-V V-
Iain Myrans: That IS what happened. But the guy who came running actually came BOATING in ... they saw me on the hill, raced to the dock in their boat to save my life. wink
  • e etomi
  • Nigeria
  • 14 Aug 2006, 23:14
Different from what I usally see on your blog. A refreshing change smile
  • Suby
  • Milton Keynes, UK
  • 14 Aug 2006, 23:43
Yup, definitely different.

Nice,

Suby

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