tagged F

Hi bloggers,
for our last F-story challenge we talked about Food (Myra GB) or Fear (me), Flickr (Gemma) or “feathered friends” (scrapydo), about fishing buddies (canoecommunications) and feelings (Sarah Harris), about family (dadirri) or “fooling around” (Marina Kanavaki), about facades (belle chance) or fountains (Francine), about frames (Stephen) and feasts (beyondpaisley), about fossils (Fergiemoto) or fair ladies (Imelda), about freight (2e0mca) or Fernmount (nellibell), about fallingwater (catbird) etc. – I’m sure you’ll find again an own story or a short reflection tagged with “F”! Feel free to add in the comments the link to your personal interpretation of the letter “F”!!!


The photographer Rosmarie Wirz (below) comments: “Ducks are transported to the market. Maximum load in minimum space! On the road near HMC, Vietnam”:
On the road
photo by Rosmarie Wirz, click on the picture to enter her galleries on Flickr
F-story challenge

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88 responses to “tagged F

  1. I am surprised they all don’t jump out of the basket!


  2. I had to laugh aloud when I saw that photo! It’s amazing! What a capture!


  3. Okay, Frizz. I have an ‘F’ story for you. As in ‘F’ is for Ford, Harrison Ford.


  4. Pat

    Hi Frizz. I thought you had already done this so I posted my entry about two hours before you. Must be difference in time zones! 🙂 Anyway here it is.


    • hi Pat,
      you made me smile with
      “What is your weight, please?
      I think the flight today will be a bit rough…”
      no problem, if it is earlier on Tuesday –
      we are living in different time zones –
      you are out off bed so much earlier than we!


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  6. Greetings FT! Was thinking of your “f” blog when I did my last post “Flowers” 🙂 I’m sure I wont be the only one but I do think I made a “unique” twist on the subject 🙂 http://travelsandtrifles.wordpress.com/2013/02/01/weekly-photo-challengeuniquewild-weekly-photo-challengeflowers/


  7. Brilliant photo. Wow.
    Question: how does that woman not fall over? All those ducks in the baskets must be kicking with their little feet which would make me lose my balance (and I can just imagine the noise!)


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  9. kz

    hi frizz that’s a really cute photo! ^^ this scheduled post of mine went off earlier than it should’ve. here’s Fishes ^^ http://theeclecticeccentricshopaholic.wordpress.com/2013/02/05/tagged-f/


  10. Hi Frizz, this made me smile today. Very nice! Here’s my contribution for this week’s photo challenge: F is for Food in Finland. 🙂


    • hi Myra in Singapore,
      “Fate is like a strange, unpopular restaurant
      filled with odd little waiters
      who bring you things you never asked for
      and don’t always like.” – Lemony Snicket
      you amused me with this quotation,
      bringing back some memories to me
      (not Finland but Spain):
      once my daughter said in Madrid (Lavapies ~ Lavapiece?):
      “Let’s visit a famous old time restaurant,
      organized by two very old brothers,
      they are looking like twins of your father Erwin R.I.P.
      – and they are serving there
      in a shabby kitchen with an old radio
      only bad tasting meals,
      but with the prices from 1933…”


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  12. Similar public transport in Copenhagen… 🙂 😉


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  14. I love it!!!
    Here my post!!
    Hugs from sunny Spain (today!)


  15. Superb shot Frizz!


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  17. Amy

    Too full… poor ducks. Great shot, Frizz!


  18. F: funny, fearful, flight:
    you made me smile with

    “What is your weight, please?
    I think the flight today will be a bit rough…”


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  20. laura@eljaygee

    why do they not flee or even fly? found an F in a wasteland carpark entrance


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  22. I’m headed to HCMC in March…I hope to see some funny sights like your photo also.


  23. Lisa made come to this blog…very cool…now following….this photo is Funky


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  26. I really hope that person is going to sell those ducks, and isn’t coming from having bought all of them! Too many ducks! 🙂


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  28. love the photo, Frizz!
    i hope this finds your favor for this week’s tagged F: http://alwaysbobswife.wordpress.com/2013/02/06/tagged-f-favorable-fruits/


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  30. Morning from my end of the planet. Thanks Frizz for the week’s letter http://angelinem.wordpress.com/2013/02/06/the-letter-f/


  31. My first idea was rated PG and so shall appear in next week’s Cee’s Photography Challenge but I did manage to come up with a little something even your grandsons might appreciate – please have a look at


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  33. It’s amazing what kind of load people can put on bicycles.

    Here is my submission:


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  38. I am a little late, but here are my furry people: http://wp.me/p23TG1-2bv



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  41. cocoaupnorth

    Love those ducks! The feet must be bound together for them to sit still like that:-)
    Well, a bit late but here’s my contribution for the challenge


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