Saturday, February 10, 2007

photo hunt: broken




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...and I remember they spoke broken English in this place...Theater in Athens, Greece, picture taken two years ago. Emergency shot (decorated thanks to flickr toys) since I had the wrong theme until I visited Barbara, (thank you, my blogfriend!! )
Update: the confusion was because of the following, found here: The theme was RED till mid-January. Since Red was in December I changed it by request. No other themes have been changed… so if you have the themes copied - no worries on future themes.

37 comments:

  1. Hehe, nice take on the theme :)
    Mine's up, too.

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  2. Broken english, I can tell this is going to be a fun photo hunt.

    Glad my absent-mindedness helped you out. Now - what's next week's theme?

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  3. Well done to pick out that one!

    Hm... I have a shitty photo with another kind of emergency ;-)

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  4. Next week is Antique... Should I put out a photo of myself then? *giggles*

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  5. I like your choice for the theme. We have a lot of those broken english signs in my country. never crossed my mind to use it for this week's theme.

    Cheers!

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  6. Broken English reminds me of my grandma who was a Japanese and spoke broken english. It makes us smile when we hear it.
    Mine is up too.

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  7. Very interesting, my dear...It just goes to show you there are many things that one could post to illustrate the theme "broken"....Very clever, My Dear Mar.

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  8. Good call on the theme!

    http://photogfrog.livejournal.com

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  9. Great take on the theme!!!

    Glad you are back, missed you!!

    Happy Saturday!

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  10. I think you did a splendid recovery on the theme :) - I think it is an awesome take on this week's theme :)

    Have a wonderful weekend and happy hunting.

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  11. Oh I never thought of Broken English. Wonderful twist. Love your photo.

    Take care,
    Connie
    My photo is up

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  12. Glad you were able to get the right photo up this week! :-) Great take on the theme!

    Hope you had a great trip and are getting over your jet lag!

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  13. He, he you looked at the only one who made a mistake, lol ! Next time look at the list, but it's very nice to see a broken red !

    ave a ot weaken (french english !)

    Couldn't write "nice", because there is no H in ! My french friend after more than 30 years of marriage and two english speaking sons, still cannot pronounce the H !

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  14. Awesome take on the theme and it works for both red and broken.

    Have a good weekend and I'm up too.

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  15. That's a great idea on the broken theme!

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  16. Way cool idea mar!!! Broken English. Very very clever.

    Mine's posted. Hope to see you drop by

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  17. broken english hurts the ears at times ... hehe ...

    mine's up! do drop by!

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  18. What an interesting take on the "broken" theme. I love how you did that. Great idea to use broken english, lol.

    Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend,
    Biker Betty :)

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  19. I think, if you travel to any country you will find people who speak broken English. The most prevalent example is here in the UK! LOL!

    Love your take on 'broken'.

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  20. That sure looks Greek to me!
    I love Greece - have been to Samos many times!
    Super photo, brings back memories.
    Happy Weekend
    Mine's up too
    L

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  21. Hi! Thanks for stopping by.
    I like the picture though I'll never figure out what it says. I have to check out flickr toys - looks like they have some new stuff.

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  22. Hello, I just stopped by to view your site and say God Bless You.

    Here are my sites.

    http://www.freewebs.com/friendsareagift

    http://www.freewebs.com/friendsareagift2

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  23. I love the fun frame! Im gonna have to check out those toys! Im playing too!

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  24. Yea... a few people have posted RED today -- and that works for me too! Your entry today works for EITHER theme! BROKEN English -- that was verrrrrry creative, outside the box thinking Mar! You must have had some really GOOD caffeine this morning!

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  25. Great take on todays theme.

    Thanks for stopping by.

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  26. I saw my brother perform in the opera house in Linz, Austria. The little usher worked there constantly and was overwhelmed with admiration for Stephen. He just kept smiling and bowing and clasping his hands together and saying "You...broth...wonder....love." I got it.

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  27. Good save! I guess she originally chose red for Valentines Day but then changed it when it was pointed out that we just did that in December~

    I played on my photo-meme blog
    ICL is at Home

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  28. My my, aren't we clever? Well played.

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  29. I did the same thing as you no doubt saw when you visited. THANKS. Great photo.

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  30. what a different change for this theme. Love that you've tied in the travels. :)

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  31. That's great! Amazing that you thought of the little Greek theater tat used broken English! lol What a great job! :)

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  32. Great interpretation. Yes a couple of bloggers have gone with the red theme. Happy weekend.

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  33. Nice twist on the theme!

    Mine's up too :)

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  34. Are you curious of what I say in my new post about A-Team Cruisers? *lol*

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  35. As usual, you have the coolest photos! I'm forever intoxicated by the neat things you guys have over there.

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