tagged B

Hi bloggers,
for our last B-story challenge we talked about Brazil (3rd Culture Children) and Boston (Myra GB), about “Bad examples” (timkeen40) and a bug story (Imelda), about bulls, bears, billionaires and Bill Gates (keerthikasingaravel) or Bears (Ineke), Berlin (Frizz) or the Bellinger river (Nellibell49); Cardinal Guzman wrote about a beach, a bar, a bartender & a babe in a black & white bikini, melouisef about birds, Isadora about blues, canoe & communications wrote about ballgames and cocomino in Japan about breakfast with bacon, rondomtaliedraai gave me a flashback to the bridge over the river Kwai, Beer, Budgie and Bandolier were thrown in the discussion by 2e0mca, Buddha was mentioned by Stephen Kelly and a homemade blueberry pancake by peters154, Julie Dawn Fox drinks Beirão in Portugal and ledrakenoir is the black sheep of his family in Denmark; deepa219 talked about Bombay and Jane about beer, Fergiemoto wrote about bees and Madhu about The BIRD’S NEST, the centerpiece of the Beijing Olympics, the National Stadium; catbirdinoman mentioned bicycles and a bakery girl etc. – I’m sure you’ll find again an own story or a short reflection tagged with “B”! Feel free to add in the comments the link to your personal interpretation of the letter “B”!!!

Buffalo with Balloons

StandardBuffalo-don't get too close!
title=”Standard Buffalo – don’t get too close!” [The Standard Examiner Balloon Stampede at Antelope Island, USA] photo by Steven Ford / snowbasinbumps, click on the picture to enter his galleries on Flickr…
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P.S.:
what I played on guitar this morning
(BAD rhythm):

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64 responses to “tagged B

  1. What a weird combination. :)

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  2. Well THAT’S quite the shot, isn’t it?!

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  4. Hi Frizz! That buffalo sure looks handsome. I love the juxtaposition of unlikely elements here – it works! :) Here’s my contribution for your B challenge. Mine is slightly more commonplace: Bridge :)

    http://gatheringbooks.wordpress.com/2013/01/08/photo-journal-a-z-photo-challenge-b-is-for-bridge/

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    • hello Myra, I like your metaphorical reflection on the topic BRIDGES very much! Thanks for the quotation: “I want my words to build bridges strong enough to walk on. I want them to tower over the world so I can stand up on them and walk to the other side.” (by Markus Zusak, Getting the Girl)

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  5. HI Frizz,
    That’s an amazing shot! The gold and blue transports me immediately to the Western United States. Thank you for this alphabet challenge! I would like to submit a short reflection called “Befriend the Ides of March.” http://naomibaltuck.wordpress.com/2012/03/09/befriend-the-ides-of-march/

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    • surprising party, Naomi!
      “… Ides of March party. If you’ve read Shakespeare, you know a soothsayer forewarned Julius Caesar about his assassination on March 15th, telling him to “Beware the Ides of March.” So we will have to commemorate the event: We’ll eat Roman fare, and I am fortunate enough to have musician and storytelling friends who will tell stories (Roman myths) and sing for their supper. I might even rent a temple for the day…”

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  6. Love your alphabet challenge.

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  9. Here is mine. The leaning barn http://wp.me/p23TG1-1Yv
    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

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    • hi Francine, I like your metaphorical point of view related to the term BARN:
      “Like a barn, I store many things in the recesses of my heart. They keep me upright and stable…”

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  10. I have a ton of photos that I have taken over the last year and I am in the middle of reorganizing them then I will back everything up on an external hard drive. I was thinking and thinking what I could do with the B challenge when I came across a black and white of a Bison so I thought I would just go with it and use them because it was easy. In the meantime I am already focusing on photos that have a C connection for next week.

    Lisa
    http://wp.me/2QyqS

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  12. Amy

    I’m working on it, Frizz!

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  14. no doubt i did bhutan last time too frizz … here it is again! http://wp.me/p296YA-fl

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  15. kz

    love the balloons and buffalo..an unusual, interesting combination ^^ here’s mine http://theeclecticeccentricshopaholic.wordpress.com/2013/01/09/tagged-b-b-is-for-bonsai/ ^^

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  18. Well, I may B a little late, but not so much as usual…here is my entry http://angelinem.wordpress.com/2013/01/08/the-letter-b/

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  20. hi frizz, i hope you’re having a pleasant day.. here’s my entry for Tagged B
    Bread Sculpture http://starlight427.wordpress.com/2013/01/10/tagged-b-bread-sculpture/

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  25. http://roosdoring.wordpress.com/2013/01/13/b-is-tagged/

    this was a difficult post for me to write, but I still felt that I wanted to say it as I feel it

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  28. Buffalo with balloons? A very interestin combination

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