Mid-Summers Dusk

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HOUSEKEEPING

I’ve rated this Blog ‘G’. At the moment I’m being spammed by sites that most definitely aren’t. Some of my younger cousins say they read this. Therefore I’m requiring that Name and a valid mail a/c be inserted to comment. This, just in case the scum get behind my spam filter, which is actually quite good.

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16 Responses to Mid-Summers Dusk

  1. Sage says:

    The long days will now slowly fade away….

  2. Kimberly says:

    Be still my heart…it’s beautiful! Love those sunsets. With the shadowed landscape the light behind the clouds just glows.

    • Vince says:

      I must make it smaller. I hadn’t realized it was opening so big. What I don’t understand is how that touch of light is on that wisp at the top. But it was lovely and I wasn’t expecting it that evening at all.

  3. Kelly says:

    I love when sunbeams are captured like that. I love the long days – I’m a warm weather person.

    • Vince says:

      I actually wondered if I could catch those rays that came from the corona on the edge of the cloud.

  4. So very beautiful. Stunning.

  5. Michele says:

    Lovely sunset. We don’t get to see too many sunsets at this time of year, much too hot and humid. Sunrises? That is another subject. That is the only time Nessa and I can take our walk.

    • Vince says:

      A problem with my sunrises is I’ll need to drive to get a good frame. I’m in something of a dish, geographically speaking, towards the east. I wouldn’t have far to drive but the engine doesn’t start so readily at that early hour. Mind you I might hit a few graveyards for the B&W.

      • Michele says:

        Ooohhhh…graveyards! One of my favorite places. The old ones are the best. I love the art on the headstones.

        • Vince says:

          We used to have lots of downright scarey ones. Even in broad daylight, since they were filled with head high weeds they could put the willies up you when the slightest breeze would rustle a section of dried stems.

  6. Rebecca S. says:

    Lovely photo! Too bad about the spam, and best of luck with solving the problem. By the way, I’ve decided not to argue about gardening tools with you – because you are a ‘BIG G’ and I am a mere ‘small g’ 🙂

    • Vince says:

      Thanks Rebecca. I thought it would stand on its own.

      I’m not so bothered about it for myself. The spam that is. At a point there really isn’t much one can do about it. But I have changed all my p-words’s to single use.

      On the gardening stuff, no worries. You get to a point when learning about a subject spins on itself and you pick up knowledge without noticing it. I bet you are the same with piano.

  7. Ed says:

    I would be surprised if the valid email address works. My spam filter gets lots of spam from people with valid email addresses.

    • Vince says:

      True, but I can see it. ALL commenters have to be approved for the first time here. That’s why if you use a different mail a/c you won’t show ’til I approve it.
      This new thing is to prevent them getting that far since worms can then sit within the blogs code and if I open a mail a/c like google mail can suck into the list. Twitter and the tweetdeck is a right bastard at this going the other way. Watch your system if if they are open when you open anything security related.
      Of course it won’t halt them entirely, but it will hobble the simple ones.

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