Before I go, here are the blogs I had the honour of reading and following. pt. 2

Before I go, here are the blogs I had the honour of reading and following. pt. 2

For the most productive Ron and his cheerful blog:

This is the second installment (and last for the time being),  of the blogs I follow. All real people, with unique ideas about art and life and a kind spirit to help and share both joys and sorrows! Some of them have stopped posting new things, but their blogs are up there and deserve the time to go through them! For the regulars in my blog, the ones with the asterisk * , have or will have, up until the 17th of February,  their one dedicated post, so probably you have visited their blog, or will find them further up on the blog. The rest I am really sorry that I didn’t have the time to prepare a unique tribute dedication. You deserve it.  Maybe next time around!  *  * *  *  *  *  *  *  *  * *  *  *
Αυτό είναι ένα από τα καλύτερα ελληνικά μπλόγκ που έχω συναντήσει. Η ποικιλία των θεμάτων είναι το Α και το Ω. Και βεβαίως υπάρχουν και τα θέματα για την Κάσο, αλλά μιάς και έχουμε γίνει μιά γειτονιά, τα περισσότερα θέματα μας αφορούν όλους.

vg 287 col 24 London 2004

vg 287 col 27 London 2004

34 thoughts on “Before I go, here are the blogs I had the honour of reading and following. pt. 2

    • Hey no need to be dramatic! I really have some more days of posting, And you can always consider the time you will save from visiting my blog 😉 You will thank me later! 😉 Thank you man!

  1. Not happy to hear that… however no ‘goodbyes’: a, there’s still time and b, you may change your mind. There is a c, actually… you will return sooner or later hihihihihihihiiiiiiiiii [IsNoGood laughter] 🙂
    Seriously though, thank you for all the great work you shared.

    • Hey Marina! Thank you but no. No surprises there. Of course there is still time until the 17th! Who knows, maybe the world will end before that, and I won’t be able to fulfill my promise! 😉

  2. I am sad to no longer see posts from a beautiful place I’ve always wanted to visit. Your photos are wonderful, thanks for all the beauty you have brought into my life. Success in whatever you choose to do next. Blessings to you and your family and the community I got to know through your photos. Hugs, Brenda

  3. you know Vass – I feel like by letting us know that you were leaving allows us to being closure and prep for it – but it is still not easy. and thanks for the list of blogs – I will be echoing them out later – oh and dude – you rock – thankless for putting mine in there. 🙂 muchas gracias amigo.

    • Bahhh. I really didn’t do anything. If I didn’t value time so much (and that is why I decided to stop) it would have been a very selfish act. At least for my standards.

  4. also – regarding the photos – wow – that is one ornate piece of architecture. – and then int he second picture – the mood is warmed and inviting with that foreground soft focus fence (not sure if you would call that soft focus or blurred or what) but the shape of the fence tips are similar to the shape of the building (or whatever that is) – and there is all this harmony going on. The viewer gets the feeling of being able to peek into the distance and it is just a very cool angle.

    • Thank you for your comments on the photos. I think these are a bit playful, one liners. Meaning that you get the whole picture in one view, can’t delve much deeper for any other meanings. But they are fun to see in a 10 year old film. To watch were your aesthetic values were at that moment. And I guess I would have taken the same photos today as well, because I still like one -liners. 😉

    • Thank you for your wishes! The journey is not over! How could it. It is after all only blogging. All the best for you, too, and keep up the fine work! Χαίρετε! (by the way the phrase Namaste by itself, in Greek means “Here we are”)

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