Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Monochrome Monday on Wednesday

In real life, I assure you, there is no such thing as algebra.
- Fran Lebowitz




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Did I take this photo a couple of weeks ago or is it from years ago?

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theteach

13 comments:

Aileni said...

Whenever - it is a charming picture.

michael bird said...

Well, I would say just recently since you posed the question but it really could be from fifty years ago. Neat b&w.

Carletta said...

"Why The Boys Are"...... :)

Tink *~*~* said...

And to the quote on algebra, I say - THANK GAWD! :D

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Dianne said...

carletta is right - it looks like a still from an old 50s/60s movie

beautiful Mary, just beautiful!

Carver said...

I couldn't guess when you took it but it's a lovely shot.

Queen-Size funny bone said...

I say recent.

♥ Kathy said...

Wow beautiful :) I'm going to cheat and say it was taken 1-26-2009...of course that could just have been the date you saved it...but yeah, I'm going to stay with my cheatin' answer :p I really, really like it though no matter when it was taken :D

magiceye said...

whenever! a classic!

Heart of Rachel said...

It's a lovely photo. Summer has started here and I'm so eager to go to the beach with my family. This year Yohan might start having swimming lessons.

carol g said...

I would say recent because of the tire track marks in the sand.

As for the Algebra quote... I really liked Algebra... Am I weird or what??

Catherine said...

No references of time. I just can tell you that the weather was fine !
No matter the time, it's a wonderful light in B&W.

Terry said...

Dear Mary T
You know how much I love black and white pictures and this one is a charmer!
Just look at the way the sun is ever so little making the fluffy grey clouds glisten!
This beach reminds me of the few beaches that we had in my beloved Manitoba...minus the palm trees of course!
Love it Teach!...Love Terry