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Everything appearing here is my own work written or photographed in Cornwall where the beautiful landscape continues to inspire me.
Over here in Canada, lots of us watched. I also liked the ceremonies, especially the focus on history,song, literature and children.I'm of English descent so I felt very much at home watching the show. Well done!
I didn't, but I am glad that London put on a good show!
Just saw some bits and pieces, lots of fun to be around.
I did, I did, and I enjoyed it very much, too. Quite spectacular and imaginative. ~karen
Jenny:It was a surprise to me that it was so good.
The Owl Wood: It was reassuringly good!
Out on the prairie: It certainly looked a lot of fun.
KaHolly: Glad you found it fun too. Claire :)
I wasn't expecting it to be so enthralling but it was and I loved every moment! Definitely proud to be British.Your poem for Bernard was very moving and I loved the one before it. What a strange Summer it is, so very disappointing for Nature lovers!
I am so sorry I missed it. I was away but when I saw highlights in the news I wished I had recorded it! It looked like so much fun!
Yes, I did. I loved it!
ShySongbird: It is raining yet again. I am sure the butterfly population is suffering, bumblebees seem to much fewer in the garden too. Very worrying.
Kathie Brown: You're right it was so much fun.
Welshcakes: I have only found one person who didn't like it!
I did and I thought it was wonderful :-)I am not into sport at all, but this year I seem to be caught up in it all. The atmosphere, the tension, the fun and the way the British spirit seems to have won through on its home ground.I love it :-)
CherryPie: It is all so much fun.
Hi again! I am not very interested in sports on TV, but I did watch the opening, it was amazing!! I just loved it! :)and I did follow some handball games.. :) and some swimming..
Viola: I have relatives who got tickets for the handball not a sport here in the UK but I once saw a game in Denmark so I am sure they must have had a great time.
It was pretty special Claire, although I fail to see the significance of the 'Ban the Bomb' sign, other than a political statement which was neither the place nor the time for such.
Roy: There is a time and a place for everything and this was ill timed and not necessary at this event. Silly.
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