Monday, August 1, 2016

The Northern Sphinx

The Northern Sphinx has some burning questions to ask anyone who cares to respond.


First, have you missed the invoice image spoilers?  Do you want to see more of them revealed here on the blog or keep them as a surprise when your package arrives? 

Second, do you want me to go back in time to the photos I took during the spring, or just forget about them and go on from here?  There are some good ones, but they are totally out of season at this point so I don't know if I should prepare and share them or not.  

Here's a golden opportunity to help shape the nonsense that gets posted here for the next little while. 


6 comments:

Baqash said...

All of the above

Webfoot said...

Hmmmm.... I'm not sure I *can* do all of the above. How would I keep the invoice images secret *and* publish them? I'm also not sure I can both go back in time to the photos I took during the spring *and* just forget about them and go on from here. Does that mean that the sphinx has to swallow you? Chipmunk cheeks are pretty stretchy, but.... (evil grin)

I think I take your meaning, though. :)

Noydb Noydb said...

Pictures of nature are appreciated no matter the season!

Noydb Noydb said...

Pictures of nature are appreciated no matter the season!

Webfoot said...

Thanks for the comments, Baqash and Noydb Noydb - I appreciate the feedback (tease to Baqash notwithstanding). Since nobody else has voiced an opinion, I guess I will go ahead and choose some of the earlier photos to mix in with current stuff. And I may post a spoiler from time to time, too. :)

Lately, I've been spending most of my time out in the gardens or in the woods with Baloo - but it's getting too hot out again, so maybe it's time to do a little thinking about the blog.

Bon Echo said...

What about posting the invoice images but as links instead of embedded photos? Maybe host them on flickr or something like that? Those that want to see them can click the link, while others who prefer the surprise will just have to fight the urge to click the link.