Reflections of a Child Psychiatrist
More perfection!Anna :o]
We are right by a lake in Finland and it is one of the most beautiful places I have been. with a long lens one can see details that one would otherwise miss. Don't you just love the light on the lake?
Yes (although the first pic really appeals to me).I must get into the habit of carrying my camera in my bag at all times as there are so many occasions I wish it was - but of course it isn't...Are you in Finland now?Anna :o]
Oh so sweetly serendipitous. I was trying to explain perch reeds to one of my students this morning - I teach EFL in Finland - and thishttp://1.bp.blogspot.com/-YSnEjqmVdp4/UFoqBU2XbkI/AAAAAAAADiw/0Yo7ubdtu2Q/s1600/Reeds.JPGwas in the top 10 google search results. It is a far better example than minehttps://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-PTpDhfaMsYU/S96SJXXnvJI/AAAAAAAAAVU/MPYg2OgTLpQ/s800/AurinkolaskeeTutjussa.jpgbut that's beside the point.My mum died of Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma 10 years ago after being treated for four years at Medway hospital by the most amazing, caring, professional group of doctors, consultants, nurses - every single person involved in her treatment that my family came into contact with was damn near faultless. Not one of them had a good word to say about the system but they all did their jobs - and more - so well. This has turned into a long-winded ramble, I'm sorry. Bottom line, I'm stuck reading your blog and I'm ordering your book today. Quick question - as if anyone would read this far - is there a collection of your photography anywhere?Phil
Thank you Helsinki. I do have a Flickr account by the name of Cockroach Catcher although I do not load all Blog pictures on.Hope you enjoy the book, let me know.
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