To bring photos from my minds eye - to the public through the lens of my Nikon D90 ∧ D80
I hope you and DW have a wonderful trip, (and take lots of pictures). It's summertime - enjoy. I on the other hand am staying in doors as much as possible due to 115 degree weather the past week. I'm melting.
Have a great time and I know you will take some AMAZING photoss.
Nice shot and do come back from Norway with a lot of great shots.
Oh sounds exciting iMac!!Have a great time a cruisin'. Bet the camera will be red hot when you come back!Love Granny
Have fun. And if you get a chance, pop in and leave your mark. It will count towards making history. Tell your friend too.Thank you very much for visiting my blog and for the comment you left me there. With your help and visit, we are making some history. Pick a Peck of Pixels
Enjoy your cruise and the fjords. Gail and I are going to be away next Friday. Dubai again. Hopefully will still be able to blog whilst there.
hmm, the mailbox seems a bit empty. I must add my two cents to help fill it up. Enjoy your travels!
Have a great trip, say hello to the norse gods and hope they send you good weather.
Nice post ... have a great trip and we'll want to see pictures:~)
Have a wonderful trip and get lots of great pictures to share with us.
I imagine that one might leave a note in that box? For instance:"Have a nice trip and see you around!"
have a safe and wonderful time and use those nikon's so we can come with you:)HUGS Laura
Mac: Have a great time visiting a beautiful country.
Have a great trip my friend. I'm sure you will return with a great collection of awesome images.It does look like your mailbox could stand a little repair :)
Wow, you go to Norway ? take a fur coat along, lol ! I heard it's quite cool there. Do you know Tor he writes about Norway, he lives in Oslo. He wanted to meet me in Waterloo end July, on his way to the south of France, unfortunately I am not there.
That's a neat little mailbox, but I almost expected to see a little bird peeking out of it.
Great image and Glad Reisinger! According to Babelfish that is supposed to mean Happy Travels in Norwegian.
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