Monday, March 17, 2008

In Search Of Blue





*** Translation: One ocean ... One color ... The Atlantic Blue!! Visit Sailor Girl for more Blue! ***

1) Shoppers at the Celebration Farmer's Market, March 16, 2008.
2) I really asked them to point at the lake for me! They were so pleasant. Thank you ladies ... if you happen to stumble upon this post. (The lake is substituting for the ocean today, I wasn't able to go to the beach, lol.)
3) Three beauties! They were wonderful! And I thank them too for being so kind. I always run into beautiful women in this city! (Have I mentioned that before?)




HAPPY SAINT PATRICK'S DAY!!

34 comments:

Annie said...

Oh, you're so cute!

George Townboy said...

Annie: Careful, I could hurt myself laughing! LOL

Small City Scenes said...

Of course yu always run into beautiful women--because you are SO cute. At least all the OLD ladies---oops I mean all the ladies think so. We have the blue pacific out thissa way. MB

Carletta said...

You asked those nice ladies to point to a lake pretending it was the Atlantic Ocean and they did...how cute are you? ;)

George Townboy said...

Small city Scenes: LOL ... thanks for the laugh.

Carletta: Is that, "how cute ARE you?" or "how cute are YOU?"

LOL ... I'm always amazed at the reaction I get when I ask if I can get a photo of someone, especially an interactive one! I've only had one refuse, lately, and he said it was because his photo was already in the lobby at the Post Office.

Sailor Girl said...

Thank you, George the Cute Townboy! You managed to make me laugh! Thanks for making my day and to put a smile on my face again!!! Oh how I loved this!!!

George Townboy said...

Sailor Girl: You are welcome! I'm glad it made you smile.

Marguerite-Marie said...

I come here already smiling and I leave still smiling.
thank you.
But I can say that now it's better to find atlantic'grey...in Britanny (france) particularly.

George Townboy said...

Marguerite-Marie: Thank you for the compliment!

I just visited your blog and loved the photos in today's post, and yesterday's as well. I will have to spend more time translating though, as my French lessons have not helped yet!

Kate said...

Hey cutie! You choose your subjects very well!

Clueless in boston said...

Very funny George. This is like when I was a boy and spent all my money on comic books.

quintarantino said...

Great photos with quite relaxed people ... but now you let me curious ... was it Sailor Girl who helped you or can you speak my language?

Daniel J Santos said...

Excellent done in Portuguese.

Do you accept a challenge ?

Gosto deste blogue, uma forma excelente de tratar a fotografia, parabéns, muito bem feito.

Sailor Girl said...

LOLLL!!! Ainda não consegui parar de rir com o post de hoje!!!

LOOOLLL! I can´t stop laughing with your today's post, George!!!

George Townboy said...

Kate: Thank you! And you do too!

Clueless: Thanks! Good thing Blogger is free, lol!

Quintarantino: Thank you! I got the quote right off of Sailor Girl's sidebar. I can't speak Portuguese, but I do understand, "feche a porta and parabéns a você."

Daniel: Thank you very much! I'm not sure what you mean by, "Do you accept a challenge?" ... but I appreciate your compliment.

Sailor Girl: It makes me happy to make you happy!!!

Sailor Girl said...

Go check the fishi-fishi!!!!

Daniel J Santos said...

My challenge was for you to respond in Portuguese to my Portuguese.

George Townboy said...

Daniel: Ampère-hora, meu amigo, há um provérbio em Brasil, "um necessita mas uma palavra compreender." Assim, neste caso, eu sou um manequim, lol.

Seu trabalho é assim que as palavras bonitas, de Daniel, e de carol assim poéticas!

Agora, eu usei peixes de Babel... ele aprovo?

Uma por Dia said...

What a great confusion that goes here!
Dont use babel fish, use google translate: http://www.google.com/translate_t?langpair=en|pt
However I'm sick of laughing with the proverb that doesnt has any sense :)

George Townboy said...

Daniel: Here's what I was trying to say:

Ah, my friend, there is a saying in Brazil, "One needs but a word to understand." So, in this case, I am a dummy, lol.

Your work is so beautiful, Daniel, and Carol's words so poetic!

Now, I used Babel Fish ... did it do okay?

Uma por Dia: Me too!!! Brazilian proverbs, lol!!!! I was just trying to be cute. Thanks for the link to Google, I've been so confused trying to understand the Babel translation, not only of Portuguese but also Chinese. OMG!!!!

Uma por Dia said...

The portuguese proverb: "para bom entendedor meia palavra basta!"

George Townboy said...

Uma por Dia: That's better!

But it seems there really is no good translation software! Why don't you design the perfect software!!!

Uma por Dia said...

Because I dont know other languages that much!
Go and see what I did said about Abraham wig :)

George Townboy said...

LOL, Uma por Dia I already saw ... and my eyes popped out of my head!!

He does look kind of cute in that wig. I cracked up when I saw it. Being able to make fun of one's self like that, in front of the world, is a sign of true maturity!

Sailor Girl said...

LOOL!!! LOOOOOLLLL!!! SUPER-LOOOOOLLLL!!!!

I must go check Uma por Dia's comment!!

LOOOLL Your translation of the brazilian proverb is so funny!!!

Uma por Dia said...

But I will be even more famous that Abraham if my orangebikini doesnt arrive in time.

George Townboy said...

You will have eternal fame!! Your beautiful picture posted in BLOGLAND for all to see!!!

Uma por Dia said...

Why is beautiful in italic?

George Townboy said...

To call more attention to the fact that you are beautiful!!

It is meant as a compliment!

Uma por Dia said...

Ok, now I can go to sleep relaxed ;)

Neva said...

OMG I just love your blog and blog commentors....truly like buying a comic book ....ooops I mean finding one on the street and really enjoying it....your ladies are so cute..I am sure no one turns you down...except for those that have their picture up at the post office!!!nice...hope your Saint Patrick's day was at least green somewhere!

Rich said...

Is this blog an AARP affiliate?

George Townboy said...

Neva: Thank you so much!! Comments like this are what motivates me to work so hard on this blog, going out every day taking pictures, finding willing subjects (women), and brainstorming conversations, even between inanimate objects! LOL ... I joke, of course ... hope your St Pat's was green as well!

Rich: You see what fun you have to look forward to when you retire?!

Daniel J Santos said...

Thank you,

Your photos work is excellent and it's a pleasure to me to visit this interesting and excellent place.