Ugh. Sorry everyone…Spent literally whole day trying all method options to upload photos with only frustrating results. Culprit is very likely the pooptastic internet service here. Must now retire attempts for today to save my sanity. (shaking fist at the heavens): "Technology….ARRRRGHHH!"

A couple blog jam photos here will have to do:

Thanks to everyone for your kind and generous and beautiful mail! Hopefull more to come...

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Comment by stripygoose on February 1, 2016 at 4:06pm

Terrific collection.

With technology the only approach can be "Smile, breathe and go slowly", ― Thích Nhất Hạnh. (well, slowly is decided for us with the bad wifi connection, but at least we can smile and breathe of our own volition...)

Comment by Thom Courcelle on February 1, 2016 at 3:29pm
Glad to know I'm not alone, stipy-g! Some days…I tell ya…it just feels like I'm in a big technology whirlpool, sucking me farther and farther down into a watery grave of slow-wifi oblivion. I sort of hope heaven is a place with only paper and pencils and an endless supply of postage stamps.

I should have been much better about crediting these artists… Top photo cascading down from the top right:
Jack Latteman at Cascadia Artpost and his diaroma photography,
David Stafford drew a cow with extra "Christmassy" udders,
Ti Ar Raden's colorful treescape
Angie Cope's zebra,
2 postcards from Jay Block,
and Borderline Grafix's collage using an image from Fortunio Licenti (1577-1657)

Bottom photo:
Trey Moore cut-up panel art,
Katerina Nikoltsou hole-y stars,
Fleur Helsinger photo art
Comment by Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) on February 1, 2016 at 3:21pm

Excellent blog jam and glad to see the green stars arrived !

Comment by stripygoose on February 1, 2016 at 7:29am
Oh yea technology. I had a similar day but after 40 minutes on the phone to tech support I think I'm ok again - for now anyway!
Nice photos here though - who did the zebra?



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