20 thoughts on “THE MISSING LINKS

  1. Hi there,
    Thank you for taking the time to stop by and check out my little corner of the blogosphere and the follow, your support is greatly appreciated. Looking forward to seeing more from you 🙂

    Have a great day,

    Eddie

  2. So I assume you’re the son of Sigfrid. I very much thought your shots of almond trees in bloom were well-composed and lighted. Digital?

    Are you from the state of Georgia?

    Thank you for visiting my online writing studio, and opting to follow my work. I am always looking for sources to illustrate what I write. Would you entertain that?

    Skip Marsden

    • I am the Father and son of Sigfrid. I am from the state of Sweden.

      I sure can supply you with some digital almond trees in bloom. I have hundreds of photos of that. Some are pretty good.

      • Ha! When I write a poem/story about almonds, I’ll know where to come!

        What I had in mind, since you know your portfolio, was to inquire from time to time if you had a shot you felt would match up with my writing.

        I’d link you to the unpublished poem or story, and let you respond whether or not you had a pic that would work.

        My American narrow-mindedness thinks only the state of Georgia, USA, produces almonds. 🙂

  3. Thank you so much for visiting and following our adventures from the other end of the world. Your photography is varied, artistic and inspiring. We like the way you have organised your portfolio in themes.

  4. Thank you for not only visiting my blog, put placing a follow too. Greatly appreciated and I hope to see much more of you. Just been trying to find an about page to learn more, but got disappointed at not being able tho find one 😦 Your subjects resonate and I look forward to seeing more – where are you based? MM

    • I spam follows for blogs on poetry and writing. It rarely means that I have visited the blog. I will look at yours now. BTW I have been based in Sweden and Hellas the last seven years.

  5. I received a follow from you which I assumed was spam; your comment above confirmed that. I have written other pieces tagged as poetry so I wonder what your spam picked up on this time? I’m curious what tag it was? How does ‘spam following’ work? Please point me in the right direction for more info and thanks for the follow…spam or not 🙂

    • It is not spam as such. I follow blogs that have similar themes to mine. Some I read a little on, if they write back I usually get in there and look around. Well, how could you assume that a follow is spam? I get followers every day, knowing full well that more than half of them are just interested in getting a follow from me, or a read, having little interest in what I am doing on this blog. This is internet, I have got used to it by now…ATB.

  6. Please don’t mistake me – I like follows no matter how they come in. I did not realize, until I read your comment, that an automatic follow-type-of-spam was even possible and I was curious. I have gotten follows from sites that were clearly selling something and, as I’m new to blogging, lumped them into the same type of “spam category” I would something coming into my email. When you used the word spam I made an assumption. I see now this type of thing is different from that and I will learn more. Sorry if I offended in anyway.

    • I started following other blogs some months ago. I had about 750 followers and wanted to reach 1000 quickly. It is a little humouring when some of those stop by leaving a self-promotion comment, like; Thank you for following and loving my blog so very much. Fine. I, on the other hand, do not write any comments on other blogs. I just looked at your blog and it seems OK to me. Nothing fantastic, but I have seen worse.

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