Merry Christmas and God Bless.
Will miss you and your posts.
Assuming you get back to civilized parts once in a while, please leave a post so we will know you are doing well.
Pop Photo - 2014 Annual Readers' Photo Contest Winners
All the best with your new life. Hope you can find a way to keep in touch. Your amazing art and beautiful heart has been awesome. Please try to keep in touch. I would miss you so much if you vanished. You are such a large part of this site. I will never forget your beautiful story with Duckie. Where I live the ducks are everywhere. I always think of your story when I see them.
Great and loyal Turdites. I thought Ferd was gone. So nice to see him back. The laughs from the old days were so much fun. Happy new year to all.
Comet C/2014Q2 Lovejoy
Taken by Gerald Rhemann on December 23, 2014 @ Farm Tivoli, Namibia, SW-Africa
THE INCREDIBLE TAIL OF COMET LOVEJOY:
Warning: Looking at this picture might cause you to buy a telescope. Ready? Here is bright Comet Lovejoy (C/2014 Q2), photographed by amateur astronomer Gerald Rhemann on Dec. 23rd:
To capture the image, Rhemann used a 12-inch remotely controlled telescope in Namibia. Lovejoy's sinuous blue tail was so long (more than 6 degrees of arc) he couldn't fit it into a single field of view. "I had to combine six frames,"
Taken by Rayann Elzein on January 1, 2015 @ Kaamanen, Finland
I hope you can drop in sometime...You will be missed...
B.o.g. is the rocket (stove) girl. Rocket stoves are pretty much state of the art survival stoves. Makes a lot of sense. No gas cannisters or empty fuel cans - it's all good living with nature stuff. Smart people are going back to a time when nature was our provider, not corporations. Life is a wonderful gift.
It would be good to keep these sites alive. Turd is with us. This site is for any people who are keen to express themselves in a creative way. Just recognition of the fact that we are all individual people. Not a number in the system.I just hope that 'Dot's' and all the free sites can work with Turd as a gateway. Turd is a great guy. Long live all of the awesome people who frequent this place.
Apologies for off topic, but these are quite beautiful to me
Even the whales get into it
Just thinking about you, hope all is well...
Toroidal bubbles are interesting to watch. One thing that occurred to me it the last one, it broke the buoyancy of the water almost as a tornado top pulling the water within its-self.
That's strange I thought a.i.m. was closed down but it seems to be running again.
I hope all here feel at home and are of course very welcome here. Silvery Blue was wondering if his last post may be off topic. Not at all. Bog's a.i.m. is for any good natured posts with a slant towards fun, creativity, wonder, art, poetry and anything in between. So come on in any new and old punters and get posting - DON'T BE SHY !
This place is lost without you. Lots of love and hope to hear from you soon.