Down by the river – lines and patterns. I think the fishing shack probably also qualifies for Ailsa’s “Through” Challenge this week.
Hi everyone – I’ve got a permanent internet connection at last, so I hope to catch up with you again, somewhere out there in the blogosphere. 🙂
PS – Apologies in advance about the advertisements – hope you’re not receiving them, but if you are, I’m sorry – I don’t know how to get rid of them. I’m quite upset about them in fact, especially as I’ve just lashed out and bought a premium theme 😦
I really like the theme, AND the post … this slatted fishing shack is terrific! … and the wave lines on the sand are some of my best-loved pattern 🙂 Strange about the advertising … I just paid $30 a year to not have advertising, but I don’t have a premium theme … 😦 We will be in Brisbane for two days 10-11 Oct … no car though so won’t pop up and see you … unless you are coming down …
Wouldn’t that be great! If I have my license by then, and a car, I’ll find a reason to pop down!
Christine, were you getting ads, or did you pre-empt them by purchasing an exemption? It’s either the premium theme or no ads, eh? I can’t imagine why ” Paradise” has been targeted, with half a dozen followers I’d have thought I would have slipped under their wire!
Sand patterns are terrific, aren’t they? I must try to get in tune with the tides so I can see more of them.
Gosh how amazing that its still standng! I think it willbecome more and more interesting with time.
I think I get ads now but haven’t thought about what to do, I guess I should.
Well, if you’re being made to host ads they’re not aimed at Australia, Gilly! I think the warning box is just that – a warning.
I think the fishing shack was designed to offer no resistance to the wind. I’m not sure why, we’re not really in the cyclone belt this far south. 🙂
No ads, lovely theme, and great images. Good to see you are settled 🙂
I’d hardly called it ‘settled’, EllaDee – urban camping is more like it, though things are a little more comfortable now I’ve got a sofa and the internet 🙂 The ship with my things arrived in Brisbane on the weekend, I think, so hopefully customs and quarantine will swing into action more quickly than the two weeks the agents quoted.
Don’t see any ads. Don’t think it’s my eyes 🙂
No, your eyes are fine, Jo – it seems the warning box is just that, a warning that they might appear – well, I hope it’s more of a warning than a scare tactic to make me go scrambling to buy an immunity! Now I’m posting from Australia the same warning box appeared on TWLG – so all I can do is hope I escape!
I have the same box on mine! (for the past week or so) Have just been ignoring it in my usual head in the sand fashion 😦
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Lovely images, and I just wanted to say that I do not see any ads either 🙂
Thanks for that! Great news. Perhaps they won’t materialize after all – fingers crossed because I can’t afford a premium theme and paying to keep myself ad-free!
At least here I do not see any add….I am glad you have a good conexion….:) 🙂
What a lovely set of shots. I think Gilly is right…this will age beautifully. No ads popped up for me.
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Great photos, how does that shed balance there? It looks as though a good wave will sweep it away.
I wonder about that ad thing too. No ads on this post but I think WP will annoy a lot of bloggers if it does start putting unsolicited ads on our posts. I will be angry and the worst of it is they don’t really give us any option or say in it. GRRRRRRRRRR.
I’ve discovered that my Wanderlust Gene blog is now subject to the possibility of ads, now that it’s being published from Australia – I guess it’s a lottery and since I can’t afford to buy insurance against them, I just have to cross my fingers – or grrrrrr, as you say 🙂
So far I haven’t noticed any ads appearing on blogs I follow, maybe they are just forewarning us of the possibility hoping we will cough up to prevent them.
Yeah – I think you’re right! Lets hope it stays that way though a couple of blogs I follow from the States have them. 😦
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I love these shots of Queensland. I’ve been away a long time but haven’t forgotten. (I don’t see ads but we have an ad blocker in our house.)