Friday, October 26, 2012

Project 366 Rewind {Week 40 &41}

I want to start this post with an apology to my followers and those I visit regularly. As you can see, I am almost a month behind in my Project 366 Rewind. I have been struggling severely healthwise which has affected my ability to process images, blog as I once did and even take at least one photo a day.
I really appreciate your visits and comments and I am trying so hard to catch up on all your blogs. My aim has always been to reply to every comment I receive by visiting your blogs and reading & commenting on all your recent posts. I know many bloggers don't do that but, that's my view of what I call "blog etiquette".
So please bear with me, I am trying hard to return to all your blogs and I will get there... thank you all kindly as I love this blogging community. It has been my saving grace throughout my journey with chronic illness. And your lovely comments never go unnoticed. :)

Day 274 (30 September) - Snap Dragons in Roma Street Parklands.

Day 275 (1 October) - Brisbane City Hall clock tower.

Day 276 (2 October) - The old & the new. The Cathedral of St Stephen.

Day 277 (3 October) - Rose Tea from T2.

Day 278 (4 October) - Follow the leader. Minnippi Parklands sunset.

Day 279 (5 October) - South Bank Parklands from Victoria Bridge.

Day 280 (6 October) - Customs House dome

Day 281 (7 October) - Brisbane GPO.

Day 282 (8 October) - Backyard sunset.

Day 283 (9 October) - Pale-headed Rosella. New visitors to our garden.

Day 284 (10 October) - Bar-tailed Godwit at King Island Conservation Park.

Day 285 (11 October) - Sailboats & blue skies at Wellington Point.

Day 286 (12 October) - Lesser Sand Plover at King Island Conservation Park

Day 287 (13 October) - Sunset silhouette.

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Naptime Momtog


Bas. said...

hele mooie foto,s maar ik vind de luchten en wolken foto,s er wel uitspringen.geweldig mooi.

Brian King said...

What gorgeous shots, Liz! The clock tower, sunset, and Rosella are among my favorites! I do hope you get to feeling better soon. It's not necessary to visit my blog. Use that time for something more important. No apologies needed!

Carole M. said...

take care of you Liz; we all understand that health and family matters over-ride all else. Lovely photos and my favourite is the colourful snappies!

Mary Howell Cromer said...

Dear Liz, just take care of yourself!!! That is paramount, above all things, for I so understand that after falling ill much of this past year. Your image shares are wonderful and I loved the architecture, and nature shares...lovely entry.
Blessings from KY, USA~

Buttons Thoughts said...

Gorgeous Liz I love everyone of them you are a truly amazing talented photographer.
You do not have to visit my blog I am happy just coming here to see your beautiful work.
I DO understand as you know; take care of you. I wish things would calm down for you. I know blogging gets me through those bad days too. Bloggers are amazing and caring. I am sending big hugs to you. I am happy that I found you. Take care. HUGS again. B

GOOSE said...

Beautiful photos. MOM really like the one with the ducks on the water. The important thing here is that you take care of yourself first. Prayers lifted up for you.

Mary Gene Atwood said...

Oh how Ilove looking at your photos. They are stunning, and such a sharp contrast to my view at home. We are in the gray days and pelting rain. Thanks for taking me away for a few minutes. Have a fabulous weekend!

♥ Łucja-Maria ♥ said...

Hi Liz!
All your images are stunning. Each admire.
They are wonderful, lovely.

Bob Bushell said...

Wonderful images, everyone is a winner.

Graham Edwards said...

No need for apologies Liz. Life's to short and there are so many things to do. True Blogland friends will still be there. They just need to know from time to time that you are ok.

Joop Zand said...

Hi Liz

Thanks for this wonderful post,
i like these pictures very much.

Greetings, Joop

TexWisGirl said...

you take such great photos! i'm just sorry you've been struggling.

as you can tell, google finally just delivered the past few of your posts to my reader today so i'm playing catch-up at your place again. but i truly hope you feel better soon!

Carletta said...

These are all wonderful shots on their own and together I beautiful feast for the eyes!
Sincerely hope you will be feeling better soon. I have stints of chronic illness myself so I know what it can mean to everyday life and doing what you love. Take Care.

Ross said...

I really love day 282! I know what your talking about health wise, I've been having a lot of trouble this month myself! I'm really behind in my editing as well. Hope your feeling a bit better these days!

Karen @ Pieces of Contentment said...

Each one of these is wonderful Liz. My very favourite is the first - love those bright snapdragons!

I totally understand if/when you can't make it to my blog. Sometimes I find trying to return all visit ends up being too much and can rob you of joy and creativity.....

FilipBlog said...

An excellent serie. Congratulations.


federica said...

Lovely the shot of Pale-headed Rosella. F.

Seeing Each Day said...

Day 278 photo is my favourite - to me you always manage to capture the 'essence' in your sunset photos, like this one for example with the rays and even down to the line of ducks. Along with all the commenters above, I am sorry you're experiencing even more of a struggle with your health. Your comments are beautifully encouraging, so much so that they are sustainable and always last for a long time so please don't feel you're letting us down by not being able to do return visits. It's just enjoyable coming to your site.

Michael S-B said...

Beautiful photos as always:)
It's hard watching your pain, wishing I could take it away.
Maybe that's partly why I love so much to take you out and see you lose yourself in the joy of the world around us with your camera.

Gina Kleinworth said...

You have some of the most amazing sights around you! I love seeing them all.

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