Saturday, March 2, 2013

FSO - Happy Anniversary

Happy 4th Anniversary to FMTSO.  I hoped to make a special effort this week but it hasn't been the best week for me.  I've had no internet connection at home for days and yesterday I had minor surgery which has left me a little  worse for wear.
 
I'm now at my daughter's home in Auckland and just want to quickly say thank you, FMTSO for the fun I've had since I joined in June or July (can't remember which) 2009. Thanks to those who have encouraged me in my efforts to improve my photography and for the tutorials.
I appreciate that this forum has allowed me to share a little of what it is like to live in a rural community in New Zealand.






Happy Anniversary!

13 comments:

  1. It is because of your photos that I have fallen in love with New Zealand. Your photos and your commentary always make me feel happy.

    I also had some surgery earlier this week. I hope you are doing well.

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  2. Hello Pauline,

    I have so enjoyed the 4 years of Green paddocks hills churches and grandies etc. Hope you are resting and recovering well.

    Happy days.
    Bev.xoxo

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  3. FMTSO is certainly broadening all of our horizons... Letting us get familiar with many places we'd never otherwise get to visit. Hope you recover speedily from your surgery.

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  4. first feel better soon.
    I have seen all of these photos, even though I haven't commented I follow you quite religously. love the countryside, and your photos. behave. hugs from Houston.

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  5. I can't wait to see the Uppity Downity mountains again soon. Your photos are always a wonderful reminder of Northland.

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  6. Week by week, I always look forward to your entry to see the beautiful New Zealand I once visited. Love their natural scenery so much. Being in a compact little island, there's no room for farm life or countryside, just more and more skyscrappers. FMTSO give me a chance to escape the town life I've lived all my life.

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  7. I hope you are feeling better soon Pauline!

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  8. Your homeland is just gorgeous.

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  9. Hope you get over the surgery very quickly.
    I've always loved your crinkly mountains and the way they change with every view of tehm!

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  11. So good of you to visit my blog. Hope you are well - sorry to hear about the surgery. Love the photos, especially the pastural scene and cow. Nice to hear from you!

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  12. everyday, my husband says, poor farmers. The grass in Auckland is brown. You ok?

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