Friday, October 31, 2008

The fifties (II)

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Today I was honored with another Kreativ Blogger award, this time from Steven, Cavite Daily Photo.
My ''6 things that make me happy'' are here.
The list of the new 6 awardees is the following:


Thank you so much, Steven! :-)

21 comments:

the donG said...

thank you very much jm! im surprised to receive this award. it's actually my first time to receive this award.

thank you! thank you!

Tanya said...

That does look very 50's! Congrats on the award, AGAIN lol!! Have a great weekend :)

Kelly said...

Congratulations again! I really love the lines of this building, and the black and white really calls attention to the details!

MurciaDailyPhoto and www.asthes.tk said...

É uma bela casa, e as perspectivas com que você receber esse tiro é grande.
It's a beautiful house, and the perspective with which you get this shot is great.

Steven (Cavite DP) said...

Your welcome my friend JM! You totally deserve it! More Power to our blogs and Congratulations to the awardees!

Steven^^

Marcel said...

Yes, it very much looks like the 50's but I like it. Hey maybe that is becasue I'm from the 50's.

Saretta said...

Hi jm, thanks so much for the award! To tell you the truth, I had already received it from Nobu, but I can't figure out how to copy the little photo and paste it into my blog...any advice?

Saretta said...

By the way, I love 50s architecture...nice photo!

Joy said...

Hi JM! That is very kind of you. Thank you very much. I'm touched.

The award given to you is very much deserved!

The black and white shot is quite apt. I feel the 50's!

Thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comments. Happy Halloween!

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Eric Salsbery said...

Thanks for the award. I appreciate that.

Marie-Noyale said...

Congratulations for all those awards!!

The rooms in that house are full of light and must enjoy a beautiful view, the sea may be?..
Have a nice WE

marie6 said...

Well done again, you deserve it!

ken mac said...

great ship, I mean house! love that, just love that.

Greg Dimitriadis said...

What a crazy building! I am not sure I would like to live in it.

gogouci said...

Great B&W image. The rooftop satellite dish is my favorite detail.

Hope said...

Oh..I like this building...it does look very 50's! I'm a great fan of 40's,50's,60's style! Wonderful photo and love the B & W.

Jules said...

Wow JM - many thanks for the award - my new blog is struggling along and can do with the publicity!!!!

I love the architecture and furniture of the 50's. This reminds me of my grandmother's house.

BTW - I was born in the 50's - does that blow the twin theory????

Hilda said...

JM, thank you for your continued visits while I've been busy with my sister and nieces! I really appreciate it. I have just arrived from bringing them to the airport so I'll have time to be a virtual tourist again — maybe it'll arrest the depression I can feel beginning to kick in.

Congratulations on the new award, twice! I think you deserve it, both for this blog and the other two.

Love the beach and fortress photo! And your favorite fish is something I've never seen before — it's cute, in a weird kind of way. It immediately reminded me of a ballet dancer in a tutu!

Mary Jo said...

Parabens por mais um prémio :)

Não é o meu estilo perferido mas sempre é melhor que os "caixotes". Julgo ter visto várias desse estilo na Parede.

JM said...

the dong, Saretta, Joy, Eric and Jules, you are very wellcome! :-)

Thanks for the congratulations and all your comments.

Eki Akhwan said...

I love the straight and simple lines and geometry of this building. The angle and black and white rendition make a perfect choice for this building.