Sunday, 8 March 2015

For those who doubted ...

See, sometimes I do real, proper work!

The ship is P&O Cruises' latest addition - Britannia. It's huge. I know because I carried tripods all over it.  And yes, it was windy up there on the top deck, though I can't think why you'd ask. You can see the results of our efforts here.

How about you, have you been working? If you have either a short story or novel ready to submit, you might be interested in this.

If you're a blogger, or thinking of becoming one, then this competition might appeal.

You'll have realised by now that I'm a blogger, but here's something you might not have been aware of.

21 comments:

  1. I bet it was a workout carrying those tripods.

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  2. Good to hear you're taking over the womag blog Patsy - it'll be in good hands x

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    1. You've made me worry I'll break it now, Wendy!

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  3. Wow, lots of links to check out!
    Here is a free flash fiction contest:
    shenandoahliterary.org

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  4. Congratulations on the new role over at Womagblog, Patsy. You'll do a fantastic job. Look forward to reading the new posts :)

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    1. Thanks for the vote of confidence, Tracy.

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  5. Congratulations on the new blogging gig! Very cool!

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  6. ...and I thought you just photographed flowers *wink* Nice shots. Even with the wind in your face.

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    1. I sometimes do castles too, Mac ... not that you'd really notice though.

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  7. Mighty photography of the elegant furnishings on the new ship. Ship looks top-heavy to me with that high superstructure. Thanks for the links..

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    1. There's a lot of her sticking out the water, Oscar but I imagine she'll be stable enough.

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  8. That should read mighty fine photography.

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  9. The ship was on the news last night as the Queen is launching it today. It does look very grand, palatial, enormous, fascinating; but it's not for me. Well done for being Gary's right hand lady in getting those fabulous shots.

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    1. We were there today too, Maggie. Gary has some great pictures of the Queen and the bottle smashing (and of scantily clad female dancers too, for some reason)

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  10. Ooh, congratulations on taking over Womag blog - its a great resource and its good to know that its continuing in good hands! Good luck with it :)

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  11. Hi Patsy - how lucky you got to go over the ship - must have been amazing .. it was extraordinary to see ...

    Good luck with the Womag blog too .. cheers Hilary

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    1. Lucky, Hilary? Lucky? Maybe I didn't make it clear how hard I was working???

      You're right of course, it was interesting to see it and I do get to do things and go places that not everyone has the chance to experience.

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