21 comments on “Weekly Photo Callenge: From Lines to Patterns by Freeda Baker Nichols

  1. dotlatjohn says:

    I love the picture. It made me smile!

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  2. I WIlkerson. says:

    Freeda–I came across another blog that I wanted to share with you. Made me think of you with the photos and poetry… http://aspiritofsimplicity.blogspot.com/

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  3. cynthiamc1 says:

    I could spend a weekend there.

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    • We spent a couple days in Rockport and stayed at the wonderful, historic bed and breakfast, The Emerson Inn by the Sea. One of the rooms was the Ralph Waldo Emerson room and that was interesting! The lovely sight of the sea brought much inspiration to me, as a poet, and I penned a poem from my experience there. However, I’m still working on it. 🙂

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  4. mhdriver says:

    I like your photo of the house.

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  5. mithriluna says:

    What a wonderful spot! Great image!

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  6. I WIlkerson. says:

    Very nice–almost whimsical with all the color against the gray!

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  7. dotlatjohn says:

    Hi Freeda, I tried to comment on your blog via my phone today and my friend’s net book and couldn’t complete it. Not sure why . I’m in Springdale helping a friend pack for a move. I’m reading, just can’t comment!

    Sent from my iPhone

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    • This message came through. I’m waiting for your next blog post. And, I received the nice birthday card today. Thank you so much for thinking of me. Enjoy being with your friend. You have traveled a lot the last month or so.

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  8. Catherine Johnson says:

    I love that image, Freeda. That would make a great painting.

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  9. Ginger Kemp Pruett says:

    Perfect picture, it looks like a weather worn house one might see beside the sea.

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