Thursday, December 31, 2009

The Grand Palais

Happy New Year!

We're back...sort of. While we have moved "successfully" across town, we're still inundated by "stuff" and the trials and tribulations (and joys) of moving into a new place, along with the various responsibilities of selling an "old" house.

So, posting will be sporadic at best for awhile.

But, we wanted to thank all of our special friends in the photoblogging world for wishing us well at Christmas and giving us such great support during our move. We deeply appreciate your concern and your kind words.

In return and in gratitude, we send our best wishes to each of you for a wonderful New Year!

[We'll repeat this message on our other blogs. If you check Ocala Daily Photo, you'll find a photo of the entrance to our new community - Stone Creek, in Ocala.]


tapirgal said...

You found a romantic vista here - as usual, it looks like a postcard. Beautiful colors, etc. Happy New Year!!!

Louis la Vache said...

'bout day-um tahm yew showed up agin! We wuz fixin' t'send th' posse out lookin' fer ya!

Happy New Year!

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

Another lovely photo from "gay Paree" (I mean gay in the old-fashioned sense of the word) they always look picture perfect.
What building is that with the glassed domes with the flag pole in between?

Happy New Year and best wishes for 2010.
Melbourne Daily Photo

Jacob said...

@ Blossom Flower Girl - As I recall, that is is Grand Palais, an exhibition hall of some note.

VP said...

You're posting the Grand Palais for the end of the year while I'm posting the Petit Palais for the first day of the New Year. I'm very happy with this, I love our coincidences!
Happy New Year from your friends in Tuscany!

Starman said...

Bonne Année, Jacob. Congratulations on the move.

Trillian said...

I'm glad you're back! Happy New Year to you and your family and...nice shot!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

What a lovely bridge!!! Nice capture of it.

Hope things are getting straightened out--I've behind becasue we went to NY, 400 miles away--and were busy with family and away from reliable internet--and the trip back--2 feet of snow and howling winds--- well, lets not go there . . . once was enough

Hope everything works out!

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

Thanks for that Jacob. That was the buildig for the great exhibition of 1900.