CDP Theme Day: Best of 2008

January 1, 2009 at 12:59 | Posted in Uncategorized | 9 Comments


It’s a warm, still, October evening and the sun drops lazily over the Irish Sea behind Walney, as seen from Barrow Island. A perfect moment captured.

With this generous glass of Highland Park I wish all the followers of the Pie ‘n’ Mushies Blog a very happy and prosperous 2009, and may all your photographs be imbued with memories.

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  1. The same to you Rosie hope your health improves and that you are able to continue your wonerful site, it is greatly appreciated.


  2. Outstanding. Thoroughly enjoyed your blog since finding you.

    Happy New Year.

  3. Glorious!

  4. What’s wrong with Old Pulteney, pray tell?

  5. Stunning!
    Happy New Year!

  6. Beautiful shot. Happy theme day! And happy new year too. Wishing you peace and prosperity in 2009.

  7. Happy New Year!

    Merry New Year?

    This is a stunning image. I just love the tones.

  8. You could have put that “a perfect image” captured PERFECTLY. It is a stunning shot, as Kris and JM have said. It just pulls me in and I’d like to just sit here and gaze at it for awhile.
    I’m wishing you good health and lots of good fun in 2009. And, would you pour me a bit of what you have in your glass there, and lets toast to lots of beautiful scenes to share in this new year!
    Seattle Daily Photo

  9. A beautiful image. Great choice for today. So soft that light and beautiful reflection.

    Wishing you a very Happy New Year.

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