Sunday, November 22, 2009

Cherub

Some of my faithful readers have commented that they enjoy a little chatter from me regarding my photos each day. I suspect that there are multitudes out there that are begging for some silence but are too polite to suggest it. I'm usually able to write a little or a lot with not much effort. At other times, there are photos about which I have nothing meaningful or even mildly interesting to say. Today's one of 'em. Well would you look! I've managed to blather on about NOTHING! Anyone surprised? Maybe I've made everyone happy today!

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23 comments:

Judy - So California said...

Honee........they don't have to read it. As for me - I LOVE it!

Jilly said...

Love the photo and fell about at the commentary! Your new header is beautiful but I can't work out what is in the background?

Adored the perspective on yesterday's train rails. Great shot.

Bibi said...

Go right on rambling, as far as I'm concerned! I love to read what you write.

This little guy looks like he's waiting for you to say something about him.

Aileni said...

Cherub looks a little concerned that you might say nothing. And did...:)

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

It is still a nice post with or without...

I always feel like some words are required and don't know why I feel that way.

altadenahiker said...

You charmer, you. I like how you're able to write with a drawl.

Kitty said...

ha. I know the feeling! You can't force such things.

I like this photo, how the sculpture could have been forgotten in a corner of a garden, where vines are growing like mad. I have to wonder though what this fellow is carrying?

Oh to have a garden! I'm jealous!

Char said...

beautiful shot

cieldequimper said...

Cherubs in gardens can be very pretty! This one is!

roentarre said...

Seriously a classic view. Beautiful capture in deed.

Paula said...

That's as perfectly composed as it gets, V. The vines, the branches, the bricks, and the cherub is, well, a cherub. Oh, and talk away, I wish I had the gift.

Jacob said...

Hi V - you can never make everyone happy!

But, it's nice that you tried. Sort of, you blatherer, you!

Just for that I'm not going to say anything more about this whatchamacallit, either. Because if I said anymore I'd probably bore you to tears, therefore I'm going to quit now and write some comments on other blogs, if that's all right with you because you know I wouldn't want to go and on and then bore you to tears because I'd hate to see you cry for really no reason that I can think of, just a few words here and there and how bad can that be? Therefore I refuse to say another word, and I plan to keep this promise, too. You don't have to worry about me, 'cause when I say I'm going to do something, I do it.

Oops!

Bye, now!

Virginia said...

Jacob,
Blatherers' Anonymous here we come. Let's sit together so we can talk! :) You crack me up.
V

Quasi Serendipita said...

This is lovely. Quite mysterious, somehow.

Thérèse said...

Make him smile Virginia, make him smile... :-)

Bob Crowe said...

I'm out here somewhere, punching through to the end of our season of discontent. I like this one. Putti and brick usually don't go together. Gets my interest.

Now, being a lawyer, I can blather on about nothing indefinitely upon request. Sometimes I even get paid for it.

Virginia said...

Oh Bob, where did I go wrong on my career path??? If I could turn my rambling into a moneymaker like you lawyers, I'd be in a gorgeous apartment in Paris by now sipping champagne!!
V

Petrea said...

I can hear your sweet voice, honey chile. You go on, now.

Virginia said...

Petrea,
Hush now. You know I need to get a grip on my mouth!! Lord have mercy I can't stop it!! :)
V

Petrea said...

Well, then, y'all c'mon over to mah place and chat. And don't you be stoppin', now. Your voice is lak buttah. Lawd have mercy Ah jes luv it.

bettyl said...

Great subject. Love the contrasts.

Daryl said...

It looks mah-vel-ous .. good choice .. ;-}

awarewriter said...

Excellent photo. And you aren't blathering. I enjoy it when people take the time to write about their photos.