Sunday, May 29, 2011

i 'shutter' to think of it

but in the last 30 minutes i've lost 200 images
and found that the comment problem plaguing so many of you has now spread to brattleboro
(update: the images have been retrieved and the comment problem resolved...yeah!)

23 comments:

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Hello from Perth, Australia. Love your shabby chic shutters, lick of paint and they'll be good as new. Hope you get your missing images back real soon. It's such a drag when blogger goes daft!!

Birdman said...

Yikes! Hopefully they'll find their way home. This is a wonderful image. Summer work ahead for someone?... maybe.

Irina said...

I hope everything will back to normal soon in Brattleboro and other nicest places. Cloudia (Hawaii) offered to use Firefox - maybe?

cieldequimper said...

Glad it's over. It's ridiculously stressful stuff, we shouldn't be stressing over that kind of thing...

That's a book cover photo.

Kate said...

Now how did that repair from Google happen so quickly for you? Part of each of my blogs is totally ... dare I say the word???

Shutters always dress up a window; someone should give these a chance!

Cezar and Léia said...

Great image, I hope you can get your pictures back!
Blog looks different here as well. I also had some problems and now I'm crossing fingers here to work well again.
hugs and a nice week!
Léia

Sharon Creech said...

Whew! Lost and found. Wonder what the fate of the shutters will be . . .

Jack said...

Those aren't very old shutters. It didn't take them very long to get beaten up. I have most blogger functionality back now, except that I still can't comment on folks who use the "embedded comments" setting, like our buddy Birdman.

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

There is a compelling attraction to this photo with its striking colors and haphazard arrangement of the shabby shutters... bien vu!

Bises,
Genie

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

On a Greek Island, these would all be deep blue.

Doug Hickok said...

I love the shutter image. Great color! I agree, it would make a nice book cover.

JM said...

Very nice! Love the stone wall, it makes me think of the old villages in NE Portugal.

Sharon said...

What a great image this is! I see that my followers are back today so maybe there is hope. I'll know soon when I try to comment on Birdman's site.

Sharon said...

Nope, comment problem not fixed yet on this end of the country. Darn.

RedPat said...

Goes well with Jilly's post for the day.
I have changed my comment page to pop-up to see if that works any better.

Malyss said...

So may problems those last days .. Now it's impossible for me to comment by Sharon! could you tell her it's not my fault?..
Oh, hidding behind those shutters and forget all problems..

Jacob said...

Blogger has had several meltdowns recently. Nice that you got things fixed up.

Sometimes I want to just shutter my house and keep the cold, cruel world out! Do you ever feel that way?

We don't have many of those kinds of shutters on most of our new houses. We have hurricane shutters. And I really shudder to think that hurricane season is almost here again!

Hilda said...

Eek. But glad to hear that everything is fine now.

Butch said...

Glad all is not lost ;-)

Small City Scenes said...

Whew!!! MB

Virginia said...

All this tomfoolery on Blogger is making me SHUTTER too! I'm one the lucky ones, but I"m backing up my blog occasionally, now.

Nice shutters! :)
V

Joan Perry; Sidewalk Curator said...

The blogger things leave you very uneasy. I lost four years of postings on a previous blog platform that completely crashed. I have mine fixes for the time being as well! Fingers crossed.

FOLKWAYS NOTEBOOK said...

Great vintage shutters. The old colors are wonderful. Good photo -- barbara