17 thoughts on “Freedom is a man`s natural power

  1. Hi there :)! Thank you som much for the nomination, it`s so nice to hear that you like my blog 🙂 I have visited your blog as well many times, and wow, you really know how to quilt I must say, I`m so impressed!!

  2. I just took a look – the header photo is awesome, BTW. I’m tickled that you liked the blog suggestion and it looks g-r-e-a-t! 🙂
    Couldn’t find a reply button to your earlier comment – on my WP notifications or even under your last comment. Too wordy perhaps? 😉

  3. Dear Jenn 🙂
    Thank you so much for the tip about the blissful blog theme, I love it in combi with my photos, how generous of you to stop by and tell me :)!!
    Very best from Vibeke,
    have a great weekend!

  4. I couldn’t find an email address on your blog – hope you don’t mind me dropping by here to tell you of another theme, Simfo it’s premium theme though – header photo and gallery look to it. Not bad. ?

  5. I was nosing around in the WordPress themes and saw the “blissful blog” theme. It allows (at least) two photos in the header – didn’t check out much else . . . but those two large photos as a header are a neat idea for photographers – thought I’d mention it to you.

  6. A wow.., and a humble thank you Jenn :), that`s so very kind of you! I really, really appreciate the time you have taken to comment on my little glimts, – it sure made a difference to me. Been visiting your blog again of course.., lots of love to find there :).
    Best,
    Vibeke

  7. I see you were by on a post – thank you. I was thinking about your blog the other day . . . seems I never quite figure out how to get posting done w/browsing other blogs. I trickle through other blogs …
    Then, I was scrolling and liking a bunch of your posts, thinking there was no place to make a comment. Duh – I just missed the comment tag on the post!
    Anyway – beautiful composition and subject matters. I wish I had a “chuckle” option on the like of no more blogging (cat on the keyboard). I still love the spoonful of rose, is that the name – the B&W bloom in a spoon. Great photos all! Oh, love your hometown – USA has younger old settings – always love to see the really really old settings. Thanks! Jenn

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