Sunday, November 05, 2006



Blogger Inconsequential said...

Nice set of tracks...

6:00 PM  
Blogger Inconsequential said...

sorry, that was a bit silly.

Still, nice pic :)

6:01 PM  
Blogger edwin s said...

love the rebecca series. more?

5:20 AM  
Blogger Molly Bloom said...

This is so lovely Podster. It reminds me of freedom and youth.

8:08 AM  
Blogger ramblingwoman said...

Hmm, not sure what I think of this one. IN fact it makes me feel a bit uneasy to be honest. Women in high heels near a railway track? Long grass? Something dodgy happening. Was that the idea?

Nice arty shot though. Made me think so that's a SUCCESS then! Yeah!

8:08 AM  
Blogger ramblingwoman said...

oh look Molly and I posted at the same time - hi molly!

8:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I like it - I like her calves and ankles and those high heels. She looks vulnerable.

It makes me a bit sad though, that piccie.

8:58 AM  
Blogger Inconsequential said...

Pod - just to let you know, I have started a campaign of animalcide of aussie beasties.

got me a dingo, yabby and platypus so far, shall continue hunting 'em down.

still a nice set of pins :)

9:10 AM  
Anonymous James said...

wow. this is the first time i've been able to see your last two posts. great shots!

11:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pod - I always look forward to your photographs. It is nice to be able to get caught up on what I have missed when I was traveling. Isn't it funny how quickly ones blogging buddies can become a soothing and fun part of a person's life? Oh, and to reply to your question from a few days ago on my blog - I think Mr. Reed needs to post a few body shots of his own (since he reminded us that his bod is "not so bad" and since I know he goes to the gym), and/or get a tattoo!

1:46 PM  
Blogger rockmother said...

Something about this photo makes me think of Dusty Springfield and how sad she was.

Podster - I love your street photo's of Sydney - it's making me homesick for Aus - even though I'm not from there I know it very well and have friends there who I miss sooo much. I stayed there for two months 5 years in a row so it sort of feels like my second home in a way. xx

5:57 PM  
Blogger Pod said...

INC - no it wasn't silly, i am sure bex would be flattered. lookin forward to the ozzie kill!!

ED - thanks...yes, watch out!

MOLLY - thanks love. i love hearing what it makes folk think of...

RAMBLER - i know what you mean. there is potential for something sinister going on. whatever that may be.......

WEND - thansk, but why sad? i suppose it is a bit of a lonely pic?

JAMES - dont know hat is happening. i couldnt see you this morning either?? thanks though!

JD - welcome back! your comment made me smile and feel a bit contented. it is interesting how we come to mean something so quickly and without really knowing . i like that. and yes....hassle mr reed!

ROMO - hello again! i love that it makes you think of dusty. thats great. i am flattered. i kinda see what you mean. as i sadi to moll, i am really fascinated as to what a photo can provoke. glad you like dthe street shots. there will be more! it is very easy to feel at home here. i did almost instantly. so when you coming back? toodle x

9:34 PM  
Blogger Eleuktra Starsoft said...

I find this sexy and yet slightly sinister. Ankles and danger. You can beat a pretty ankle.

Oooh! Romo has namechecked the lovely Dusty!

Did I tell you that I've found myself walking along railway tracks myself on numerous occasions. They're always a safe bet when you're bladdered on sherry and utterly lost because they always lead somewhere. You just have to watch out a bit.

3:59 AM  
Blogger Pod said...

ES - did you mean you cant beat a pretty ankle?

10:20 PM  
Blogger Eleuktra Starsoft said...

I flippin well did, Pod!

Must've been the sherry! Hic!

5:09 AM  

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