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Spring on Gozo, March 2019

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Thanks to everyone who gave us opposite(s)  last week. It was probably the highest number of entries in a week, and I had great company for my morning coffee break.
Special thanks go to Celeste for her opposite generations; to Janet for a great spot and sharp; to Marie for some great geographic opposites; and, to David for some delightful colour opposition that certainly prepared us for this week’s theme.

If you didn’t have chance to check out everyone’s offerings, the links are below. Why not grab a coffee now and go blog exploring.


Next week’s theme will be six – an important number here in England as from Monday we will be allowed to meet in groups of six outdoors.

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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 28 March 2021

Posted as part of  One Word Sunday

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  2. Not sure what happened to my comment, so I’ll try again. Gozo certainly a beautiful place and it would have fit well with Jude’s yellows last month. 🙂 I was happy to read about your reason for choosing “six” for next week and thanks for enjoying my “opposite” photo last week. Today it’s all about the light on blossom, an always welcome sign of spring.




  3. Went to Gozo once back in the 70’s when I was in the Navy – stayed there for 2 or 3 days when we were allowed shore leave for the Easter weekend holiday – whichever year it was. I remember it was very peaceful.


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  5. Lovely views. But stoppit! We’re all stuck with our back yards and local streets and sometimes knowing another world it out there is quite hard to take! (On balance though, keep ’em coming)

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    • I keep using things I planned for squares too. We are promised good weather on Tuesday so I think that might be time to boost my bright photo collection.
      And I loved your Itchen post, Becky


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