Monday, August 29, 2011

KANJI

Tronbo= dragonfly
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15 comments:

  1. Tracey, that is beautiful.xxx

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  2. Gorgeous photos Tracey. Aren't dragon flies lovely. Jacinta

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  3. Love the inkwell and nifty pen!!

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  4. Everything about your photos are in perfect harmony. Down to using Kanji to depict the simple beauty of your dragonfly. Wow again... you are so classy!

    Blessings, Debbie

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  5. I love dragonflies. I agree with Spring Chicken about the harmony here... beautiful!

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  6. so lovely! you are a bubbling fount of diversity...i love it! i’m doing the bread today and will let you know how it works out. i usually use a combination of flours...white,ww, spelt,rye....what works best for you?

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  7. Beautiful! You are a woman of many talents.

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  8. oh how beautiful, i love your dragonfly and especially the fountain pen. and your lovely writing. how did you learn to make the symbols tracey? i want to get out my fountain pens and ink too, i've been collecting them for years.
    have a wonderful day, creative one!

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  9. stunning Tracey, the dragonfly photos and the kanji!

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  10. Oh learning all kinds of interesting things about you - do you write this written language a lot or just trying it out?

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  11. Will have to show this post to my son who will be starting Japanese 3 this school year and is looking forward to going to Japan on exchange in the winter. Very cool!

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  12. The color chart is for the quince & co yarn. It's on their website. I just decided to get one since it does make knitting easier.

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  13. Lovely photos! (What kind of camera do you use?) I've never dabbled in the Asian languages...even though they're so beautiful!)

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