Monday, September 17, 2018

Wordless Wednesday - Mermaids



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27 comments:

  1. You went to Copenhagen?

    Robin
    Rusty Ring: Reflections of an Old-Timey Hermit

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    1. One day. My grandfather was from Odense.
      It is definitely on my bucket list!

      - Lisa

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  2. I like the little mermaid, have visited her twice!

    Happy ww, best Joana

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    1. Some day I will visit her too.

      Thank you for stopping by :)

      - Lisa

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  3. Lovely mermaid statue - looking forward to the post!

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  4. The creator of mermaid also had given several mermaid statues to several countries, include to USA.
    Have a great day.

    # I saw mermaid in Copenhagen and California

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    1. I have seen the one in Solvang!
      One day I will visit Denmark.

      Thank you for visiting!

      - Lisa

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  5. Ah ha. I didn't know that. Sort of like Portlandia, I guess.

    Robin
    Rusty Ring: Reflections of an Old-Timey Hermit

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    1. I have not seen Portlandia, but I think I will check it out as Oregon is where I would like to retire :)

      - Lisa

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    2. That's the name of the giant statue that reaches down to passersby on 5th Avenue in Portland. I understand that there are similar statues in other cities, though that particular one is apparently copyrighted by the sculptor. (Possibly interesting trivia: she's the second largest of her construction type in the US. The first is the Statue of Liberty.)

      Portlanders call her "Pull My Finger". If you Google "Portlandia" and "statue", you'll see why.

      Robin
      Rusty Ring: Reflections of an Old-Timey Hermit

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    3. You teach me something new every time! I had to google it. Beautiful sculpture, and I can see where the pun comes from!! LOL

      Thank you again for stopping by!

      - Lisa

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  6. Aaah my fave! Mermaids are always captivating.. will wait for more stories

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    1. I think you will find next weeks post amusing.

      Thanks for visiting!

      - Lisa

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  7. I love this necklace. It's simple. It's pretty for a lunch or dinner.

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  8. Mermaids are especially intriguing. They long for what they do not have, yet they are saddened if they attain what they think they want.

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    1. Similar to humans, I dare say. ;)

      Thanks for stopping by!

      - Lisa

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  9. Thanks for a marvelous posting! I really enjoyed reading
    it, you could be a great author.I will make certain to bookmark
    your blog and definitely will come back at some point.
    I want to encourage that you continue your great work,
    have a nice evening!

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    1. I am glad you enjoyed the post.

      Thank you for stopping by!

      - Lisa

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  10. Beautiful statue :)
    I love mermaids. Have a great week!

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  11. Great statue shot . Black nice . Keep commenting on my blog because I love your comments.

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    1. Hi Aditya! I am glad you liked it. I am heading your way in a few!

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  12. A month ago I have seen her in real and I have nearly the same photo ! We were all disappointed she is so small you have to look twice to see her in the crowd !

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    1. Someday I hope to see her in person. Is there really such a crowd?

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  13. What a nice statue good capture :-)

    Have a mermaidtastic weekend :-)

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