Friday, September 30, 2011

Action replay


Sorting out the photographs after a vacation is an action replay of the holiday but without the exhaustion of gallivanting. One does end up seeing more while discussing specific images and the whole experience is enriched. 
The best part is just when one has done with it, it is time to plan the next one!




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10 comments:

  1. Truer words were never spoken!
    I've done that myself.
    Loved your 55 My Friend
    Thanks for playing, and have a Kick Ass Week-End

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  2. iam always ready for the next vacation...smiles...but it is a lot of fun to look at the pics...

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  3. Action replay indeed! But why is the font so small on the post?

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  4. I usually leave it for too long and don't have enough labels and end up not knowing what I'm looking at. Unless I blog it right away.

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  5. I always end up wondering why I'm not in any of the pictures!

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  6. Ya.. that is so true.. how I never realized that! a nice and neat work of 55 fiction.. keep writing!

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  7. reflective.

    plan for October one, have fun.

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  8. You're so right! I especially see more when I'm editing the photos because I often don't accompany my husband on tours and excursions, depending upon the state of my health at any given moment.
    I like your title "Action replay" — very apt.
    Skritch Bozo on the head from me. Lindy sends a woof.

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  9. I agree so much, but sadly my vaccations are not so frequent that by the time i sort out the pics, i can start planning the next one. I wish though it was true for me too!
    But i also like writing a line or two behind the pics, so that next time i see the pics, and read the notes those memories become more fresh and vivid!

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  10. Well said! Very true... esp the last line in our case too :)

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