Porthole View


Grrr... the automatic posting feature of Blogger did me wrong! Hopefully, you'll still enjoy these photos this week. This is a porthole-style window looking out of the Mississippi Craft Center. Hope everyone had a wonderful fourth of July weekend! I got plenty of sun in Destin and some nice pics as well. I'll show some of the fireworks show tomorrow.

11 comments:

Jacob said...

I like this, Halcyon. But I'm really looking forward to seeing your Destin photos!

Glad you had fun! And welcome home!

Jim K said...

I gave up using the auto post. It never works for me. This looks like the window to a good times van....remember them?

Halcyon said...

The good times van... vague memories of that. :)

Olivier said...

une belle vue, et puis cela fait un beau cadre

Vogon Poet said...

Welcome home, you're not the only one angry at scheduled posting...
Intersting view, the wire are some kind of structure outside?

Hilda said...

No wonder you missed a few days. Seems you're not the only one Blogger's giving a hard time. I've been very lucky then (knock on wood!). No problem with scheduled posts but it's been iffy opening some blogs and/or comment boxes.

Looking forward to your fireworks and vacation pics!

Per Stromsjo said...

Scheduling was shaky when released but has been pretty stable for us over the last year. Until recently. We've had a couple of glitches as well. That's just software.

I like the view you're presenting today. Food for the imagination.

Halcyon said...

I was actually using scheduled posting for almost all my posts until last week or so. I find it convenient to set it all up at night and then post itself tomorrow.

Anyway it appears that blogger knows about the prob and is trying to do something.

B SQUARED said...

A lot of geometry in this shot. Welcome back.

Leif Hagen said...

I'm glad you've become interested in Rotary! If your local club is on the ball, they'll contact you soon! Keep me posted. Next year's international Rotary meeting is in Montreal! As a Rotarian, you could go - meet you there!

Leif Hagen said...

Another look thru your window at Rotary: check the www.Rotary.org website - then find the "club locator" in the upper right hand corner and enter your city - that will give you all the Rotary clubs in your area, meeting times and contact names w/ phones. Their club president must not be as good a leader as the Eagan Rotary president.......
: - ) Bonne chance!