‘The Moving Finger writes; and, having writ…’

Over the past few of months I have found it increasingly difficult to come up with suitable posts for this blog. While it has been very useful to have a tight focus for most of the content I think I have now just about run out of sufficiently good home pictures to show. In addition the visual style of the pictures has been getting rather repetitive. Unfortunately I have not been able to find a different topic and style that works well enough to replace them.

So, sadly, I have decided it is time to put the blog gently to rest. However I will leave the account open in case at some future time some new possibilities emerge. I also hope to still look in occasionally to see what everyone is doing. I have greatly appreciated all your kind comments and the fascinating posts and pictures you have shared. It has been a very great pleasure to see, read (and learn from) them. Thank you!



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19 Responses to ‘The Moving Finger writes; and, having writ…’

  1. Maria F. says:

    I can’t say that I like this but hope that you return with another series of Reflections soon.

    • Maria F. says:

      I mean I love this image but hope to hear from you again. The image is so symbolic to me and full of suspense with that little tiny bit of the window that’s left open…

      • Trifocal says:

        Very kind of you Maria; apologies for delay in replying. And I will be looking in to your blog from time to time, so not completely out of touch 🙂

  2. Too bad; I hope you’ll find inspiration. All the best.

  3. Lavinia Ross says:

    We will be here when you return. Thank you for many lovely images. Hope to see more in the future.

  4. Meanderer says:

    Ah – that’s sad. I have very much enjoyed your images of your lovely home here – particularly the light and unusual angles!

    Hope you will return at some point. All the best.

    • Trifocal says:

      So pleased you enjoyed the pictures- discovering the complexity of light and shadow has been a great pleasure for me while taking them. On your last point- see below 🙂

  5. Clanmother says:

    All the very very best…

  6. Thank you for all you have shared. I will sincerely miss your posts, but I respect your decision. Wishing you and your family a great summer.

  7. Oh no, please don’t! I haven’t been around online much lately, but I always enjoy a visit to your blog. And the current picture is beautiful.

    I’m sure spring and summer will afford you with many new sights, so please reconsider.

    • Trifocal says:

      Very touched that you have enjoyed the pictures- thank you. While I do not think I can really continue the home sequence, for the reasons I mentioned, your post suggested one idea- see reply to Maria’s post below 🙂

  8. Maria F. says:

    You may want to give it a thought. Your images are really surreal and symbolic. There’s no end to creativity.

    • Trifocal says:

      While I do not think the home sequence can continue, reflecting on everyone’s comments I think the way I ended it was abrupt and lacking in style. So in a few days I will put up a final post, in which many of the items featured in the series will take a final bow 🙂
      (And I agree very much with your last point!)

  9. ninamishkin says:

    Very sorry to see you go. All the very best to you and Mrs. T.

  10. Trifocal says:

    Very good of you to say that Nina- thank you. Best wishes from us both, and I hope things go well for you 🙂

  11. kirizar says:

    Enjoy the respite. If you are as much a shutter bug as I am, no doubt you will find plentiful sources for inspiration outside your home. I recently visited a new exhibit at my own hometown Japanese Gardens and I easily took thirty photos just using my iPhone. (Gasp – an iPhone photo! I know, sacrilege, but I haven’t found my camera since I moved.)

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