Over the next few weeks I am taking my usual post Squares break so I can catch up at home, in the garden and also with the charity. However I also need some thinking time for the July theme. I really have no idea what it is going to be yet!! It is impossible though for me to leave my blog bereft of posts so expect a few short posts, like this one, to pop up.

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      1. I have lots of photos so I should be able to make them work. It occurred to me with many of them that “change” would be a good theme one day. There are lots of changes in the areas we’ve been in.

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    1. thank you πŸ™‚ knowing me though I suspect my odd posts will turn into a regular schedule. Can’t resist!

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  1. That expression makes me think of the James Thurber story, “The Owl Who Was God.” Enjoy your well-earned blogging break.

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  2. I love that owl – Great Horned Owl? Glad you will do the occasional post. Maybe have time to wander about the followers blogs for some happy photos, stories and fun xx

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  3. A beautiful owl. Strange that we rarely hear any down here, though I almost ran over a Tawny owl that was sitting in the middle of the road one evening. Don’t worry, I braked in time, just glad no-one was behind me. I hope you do find time to relax, though perhaps you can find one purple post for me. No rush.

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    1. oh my thank goodness you were alert enough, you must have been a bit shocked though at the time

      And I am sure I can find some purple specially for you πŸ˜€

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  4. I love seeing this one, Becky. I had to take my cropping spot off of “square” because I was using that to make it easy. πŸ™‚ But I’ll be ready next time. In the meantime, enjoy your time off and we’ll be happy to see you whenever you pop in.

    janet

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  5. Hope you enjoy your well-deserved rest. Lovely to see the owl close up and I am super impressed you got the grid lined up in the background. I can never manage to do that. P.S. Please don’t pick grids for July!

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    1. awww thank you – and I’ve recently learnt (by observation) it is essential to take the shots straight on with grids, any slightly angle and they simply won’t disappear!

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