A little late, but that’s my M.O. Here’s a little more about me brought to you by Cee’s blog @ ceephotography.com. Four questions. Four answers. Here goes nothin’…
If you could live in any OTHER time, when would it be and why?
Definitely during the wild west days. Of course, I would be a rough and tumblin’ cowgirl, rustling cattle and riding into the sunset.
If you were given a yacht today, what would you name it?
Like most things that I tack a name onto, it would be “ONEGEM”.
Tell how you are feeling today in the form of a weather report. (For example, partly cloudy, sunny with a chance for showers, etc.)
Sunny. With a chance of more sunshine. 🙂
List at least two things in nature do you find most beautiful?
Flowers, of any kind, and water, in any natural form.
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A chance of more sunshine – you’ve cheered my day. And water: yes, give it to me too. Oceans of it.
And you put a smile on my face. Thanks. I wish you waves of sunshine. 🙂
Hi Gemma, I love your forecast….flowers and water works well for me. Thanks so much for continuing to have fun here at share your world. I know I enjoy it.
I didn’t mean to copy. It’s all true.:-) thanks for the challenge, Cee.
I love it – cowgirl and all! You could name your horse Onegem. 🙂
You know me better than most. ❤️
The last photograph is just perfect!
Thanks. Love it there. You’ll need to visit. 😉
I KNOW : ))))
I love your cowgirl one,,and you trying to avoid capture by the marshal or sheriff. riding off into the sunset..[as fast as you can go]
I don’t think I could even get a horse up to a canter these days, gerry, but I’d be willing to try. ;-). Good ‘seeing’ you. Hope you’re well.
Flowers, of any kind, and water, in any natural form, love it 🙂 The last one is breathtaking!
Thanks, Amy. I love that beach. 😉
Daisies and sunsets; you’re my kind of gal!
Haha. I think we’d get along famously. 😉
Oh yes, flowers and water for me too … any time Gemma! Great shots and post hon. 😀 *big hugs*
Wow! That picture is beautiful!
OK, oh Freaked Out One! I’d like to be a well-heeled gent in Victorian England, about 1860 or so, because that was an exciting time in many scientific and other ways. The yacht – I’d name her Hester, after my artistic raver of a grandmother.
Weather: yesterday’s surfeit of Cinzano has left a little overcast, which is rapidly dissipating to leave delighted sunlight. Two beautiful natural things – skies, certainly, especially those at the days’ starts and ends; and backlit misty landscapes, especially if in Somerset or Dorset.
And I like the top right picture, Gem – my eye gets drawn into it. Cheers! Adrian
Oh lover of all things ‘nature’, I suppose I’m getting to know you because none of the above surprises me. I suppose we’d be living during the same times, just ATP! Funny.
Be well and watch out for the vino. It will come back and bite you. I know. My husband makes it!
great post, love learning more about you 🙂 I agree with all your answers, as far as the yacht,
Hard to even imagine being on one, let alone owning. 😀
A beautiful radiant world of warm sunsets and vibrant blooms.
I think you’d make a great cowgirl, Gemma. You’d need the ten gallon hat though. 🙂 Love your flowers, and that last shot is so beautiful.
Thanks all around, ad. 🙂 xxx