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Tuesday, 20 November 2012

S is for...

Ideas for S's are SLOWLY developing in my SLUGGISH brain, but my SYNAPSES are not SENDING SIGNALS throughout my nervous SYSTEM as SWIFTLY as I'd like.  Instead of pondering this SAD SITUATION, I invite y'all to SEND and post SUBSTANTIAL and SUPERIOR SNAPSHOTS for this week's theme.  No doubt, you will all rise to the challenge and post SINGULAR and SIGNIFICANT images and SCENES.  Treat the rest of us to SOMETHING SPECIAL!  SO STEP- RIGHT up and dazzle us with your SELECTION! I'll START by SELECTING this SHOT of a STEAM engine in Cuba.






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25 comments:

  1. I love the old trains. They give me a feeling I'm part of history!

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    1. I don't get just the feeling, I was a kid during it!

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  2. What is it about the old steam engines...they're so majestic! I went on one a few years ago in Scotland. Loads of fun! Thanks for hosting and to all my fellow "Yanks" have a happy Thanksgiving.

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  3. pics of the streasteam engine

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  4. Sorry something went wrong with the last comment. Lovely pics of the steam engine

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  6. S is for Train?!?

    You had me worried I'd been working on the wrong letter all day.

    S is for my Second Sleep.

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  7. Super job with the letter S. I love trains of all kinds.

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  8. Whoa...what a beautiful steam engine and in Cuba to boot!

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  9. I had to stop and think....is it the week for T. Oh No. Then I saw the many S words and all was well in blog world again. Whew.

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  10. A grand old locomotive complete with the red stars.

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  11. Great post for 'S' and wonderful photography ~ Thanks for 'hostin' ~ (A Creative Harbor)

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  12. What great S picture! Beautiful...and I would love to go to Cuba to see it.

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  13. my son loves trains, so I learned to appreciate them , too!

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  14. Super snaps of Steam engines.

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  15. Love the light through the steam in that top shot!

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  16. Is the beautiful steam engine still in service in Cuba? I like it. Bonne journée to all the participants.

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  17. love seeing the steam engine! I can't remember the first time I saw a diesel engine. I'm wondering why the diesel was favored over the steam.

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  18. Love all your 's' words, Kate, and great pictures to go with them. Some of us will always be kids when it comes to trains...:)

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  19. Steam Engines - such fun to ride!

    Happy Wednesday!

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  20. Come check out The Answer to this week's quiz.

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  21. Steam Engines are always fascinating but to ride one in Cuba must have been wonderful.

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  22. Scintillating shots of the steam engine, Carver. What an adventure you had in Cuba, and I have to say, you found a great assortment of "S" words to get us in the spirit of things.

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